Hazri Jamil

Hazri Jamil
Universiti Sains Malaysia | USM · School of Educational Studies & National Higher Education Research Institute

B.A. Ed. (USM), M.Ed. (USM), PhD (Sheffield UK)

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July 2001 - February 2016
Universiti Sains Malaysia
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  • Coordinator Global Higher Education Network

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Publications (52)
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While the quality of school life is expected to be cultural and context-specific, fewer studies have been conducted to investigate the conceptualisation of quality of school life in a multi-ethnic and multicultural context. This study aims to compare Malay and Chinese primary school students’ perceptions on the quality of school life in Malaysia. T...
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The extent to which school stakeholders perceive positive school attributes remains unclear in the literature. This study seeks to provide an understanding of positive school attributes from the school leaders and teachers’ perspectives in the Malaysian school context. This study employed a qualitative case study research design with 14 informants...
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This study’s focus is on validating the second-order three-factor Australian academic managerial competency scale in the Malaysian academic context as well as checking its factorial invariance based on academic leaders’ gender. Furthermore, we performed a descriptive comparison between three samples of academic leaders from Australia, New Zealand,...
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The extent to which school stakeholders perceive positive school attributes remains unclear in the literature. This study seeks to provide an understanding of positive school attributes from the school leaders and teachers’ perspectives in the Malaysian school context. This study employed a qualitative case study research design with 14 informants...
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PLSe1 and PLSe2 methods were developed in 2013. While the performance of PLSe1 under normality and non-normality conditions has been confirmed, the performance of PLSe2, proposed to provide an avenue for the resurrection of PLS as a fully justified statistical methodology, has not yet been verified under non-normality condition. For this reason, ou...
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International education is sought after by students primarily for career development. However, very little is known about other meaningful educational outcomes of students pursuing international education in a Malaysian university system. This paper investigates how international students perceive their meaningful contributions to society upon stud...
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This report was prepared for the IIEP-UNESCO research project ‘SDG4-Flexible learning pathways in higher education’ in collaboration with Commonwealth Tertiary Education Facility (CTEF), Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) Malaysia and Malaysia Qualifications Agency (MQA). The study aimed to produce knowledge and pr...
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The internationalisation of research strategies is continuously evolving. Addressing global challenges is part of the mechanism that enhances the internationalisation of universities. With global interest in the polar regions (Antarctic and Arctic) increasing significantly, and with an extensive history of international collaboration in research, i...
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Africa as a continent is so far the fastest growing in the entire world where the projections indicted that the population of the continent would increase by 50% in the next two decades. Presently, the population of the region stands at 1.2 billion and the West African states consist of 15% of the total number while Nigeria accounts for nearly 200...
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The paper examined the relationship between the graduates' unemployment and indicators of entrepreneurship activities, such as ease of doing business, business density and new business registered.
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National Antarctic Programmes (NAPs) need to keep an open mind regarding the effective governance arrangement because they involve complex international bodies and instruments of the Antarctic, and the multiple stakeholders involved at the domestic level. Without a proper setting, country's involvement in this kind of cross-border science programme...
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The scarcity of Malaysian undergraduate students’ course experience and their overall satisfaction in higher education literature has prompted this study to examine the effects of five course experience quality factors on students’ overall satisfaction and gender difference perspective. Data were collected from 315 undergraduate students at a Malay...
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Knowledge is an essential factor in human existence. Education has been found responsible for social, economic, cultural and technological development of human society. Higher education institutions are responsible for producing required skilled human capital needed to enhance sustainable development. For these institutions to meet up with numerous...
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Unemployment among Malaysian graduates has become a grievous issue, which attracts serious debates at several intellectual forums, seminars, conferences and other intellectual platforms. The concerned parties are government, academics, non-governmental agencies, academics and others. The issue makes other countries to question the Malaysian educati...
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The situation for women in Malaysia is improving over time as much of this progress can be attributed to increased access to education for women and greater awareness of their constitutional rights. A significant increase in gender parity has framed the Malaysia higher education landscape. It can be easily seen at the tertiary level in Malaysia alo...
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p>This paper discussed a qualitative research findings on the case of Malaysian teachers employed their professional local knowledge for enhancing students’ thinking skills in classroom practices. In this paper, a teacher’s professional local knowledge is viewed as a teacher’s professional knowledge and skills developed through the combination of t...
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The purpose of this paper is to provide information and in depth comprehension related to the research findings on the educational choice on TVET among Malaysian polytechnics students in terms of program enrolled and their decision making behaviour. The decision making behaviour studied consists of two variables which are satisficing and maximizing...
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Moving to a new environment with rigorous academic demands and cultural differences are the main challenges for international students which can threat sustainability of higher education mobility in countries moving towards higher education internationalisation. This study was carried out to identify the most important factors related to internatio...
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The purpose of this investigation is thus to explore the perspective of policy implementers and policymakers' on issue related to institutional micro policies towards achieving equality of educational opportunities on access to university education in Nigeria. The investigation used qualitative approach for in-depth understanding of the problem usi...
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In response to the growing competition among Malaysian tertiary institutions to enrol students, education quality has become a key concern. The quality of English teacher education is critical and is a focus of the English Language Teaching profession. The current study was undertaken to explore the quality of English teacher education by measuring...
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The deteriorating performance of Filipino students in the national and international mathematics tests for the last decade has become a major challenge to Philippine education. The Department of Education attributed this problem to students’ poor reading comprehension. Previous studies showed varied findings on the association between variables in...
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The Malaysian government aims to help the bottom billion countries, which are its neighbouring countries in the South East Asian region, for their human capital development through providing university postgraduate scholarship projects. Those countries include Cambodia, Laos PDR, Burma or Myanmar, and Vietnam (CLMV), which are favourite countries f...
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Language instruction in Malaysia emphasizes the significance of the English language. This study investigates Malaysians' willingness to communicate (WTC) in English as a second language (ESL). A hypothesized model that integrates WTC in English, communication apprehension and competence, motivation, and language learning communication strategies w...
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The Cambodian government aims to promote students’ academic success in the country’s tertiary education. In order to reach this goal, it is important to explore possible potential factors that determine the educational attainment of Cambodian students. There has been no previous research on students’ academic success in Cambodian higher learning in...
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Quality is the leading goal that organization's management strives for accomplishing in its everyday performances. English language teacher education programs should be, like any other educational programs, featured with quality. Total Quality Management (TQM) is a holistic approach that has been used to achieve quality. This study was executed to...
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The purpose of the study is to investigate the institutional policies that contributed to the enhancement of students’ academic success and educational quality in a Cambodian university. In a context of knowledge-based economy, higher education plays an important role to develop the citizen physically, mentally, and spiritually as well as to enhanc...
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Purpose: This study explored the practices among secondary school Science teachers on four dimension of productive pedagogy namely: (1) Intellectual quality; (2) Connectedness of lessons with student's experiences; (3) Creating a condusive classroom environment and (4) Concern for individual differences that exist among students. Methodology: Mixed...
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Nowadays, technology application and integration has become a necessity in teaching and learning processes which demanded high technological knowledge. The aim of this study is to assess the level of competency among TVET instructors by evaluating their professional knowledge based on the TPACK model. A mixed method study on 300 TVET instructors in...
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The purpose of the study is to examine the national and institutional policies that contribute to the enhancement of educational quality in a Cambodian university. Higher education plays an important role to develop the citizen physically, mentally, and spiritually as well as to promote the social, political, cultural values and economic growth of...
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Introduction: Symbolic interaction theorists maintained that general self-esteem, defined as the way individuals assess themselves, is based on the individual's perception on the way others assess them (we are what we think other people think we are). Accordingly, studies in school settings indicated that students' perceived teachers' expectancy (P...
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Parental involvement in the schooling process of their children seems to be a neglected research area especially in primary schools of Katsina state in Nigeria. Parental involvement as envisaged by Donald, Lazarus and Lolwana (2006) for purposes of transformation cannot be overemphasized by both parents and teachers in schools. Therefore, parents h...
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The purpose of this case study is to investigate parental involvement in the schooling process of their children through the six typologies of Parental involvement within the two selected primary schools in Katsina state of Nigeria. The study used qualitative case study method, students, parents, and teachers, of the two selected primary schools in...
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develop human capital with technical knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes for sustainable economic growth, social development, and alleviation of poverty. When the civil war in 1998 was over, the Royal Government of Cambodia considered higher education as a top priority on the list of priorities in order to be integrated into the Association of...
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Similar to other Southeast Asian countries in the world, Cambodia has established her higher education institutions to develop human capitals with high knowledge and professional ethics for serving the country in the longstanding contemporary history. Remarkably, colonization, political ideologies, and global economic development tendencies have di...
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Undoubtedly, CD-ROM dictionaries assist in removing the fear of inadequacy in language usage and ameliorating the panic of being-on-the-spot especially with the rapid development of information technology. This research was conducted to find out whether there is a relationship between pre-service TESOL teachers' attitudes towards using CD-ROM dicti...
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As the correlation of teacher professional development with student achievement has recently gamed evidence in the scientific discourse on teacher professionalism and educational development, issues related to professional development have become a crucial component of nearly every education policy. In the context of reforms aiming at the improveme...
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Rapid technological advances in communication technologies and computational power are altering the nature of knowledge, skills, talents and the know-how of individuals. A CD-ROM dictionary is an interesting and effective teaching tool, which captures pre-service teachers' interest and does much more than just translates especially with the availab...
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Undeniably, a quality teacher is the chief driving force that is capable of making changes and transformation. In light of the fact that English Language Teaching (ELT) is an enormous field that has been loomed in literature (Ballesteros, 2010), Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), as one of its areas, has not been researched ad...
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Educational and training entities exist to develop human capital with relevancies for industries whose products' changes are inevitably market driven and intensified by increased competition. To continue sustainability, manufacturers have to address three major concerns; product dissatisfaction level, additional investment required to sustain earni...
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Rapid technological advances in communication technologies and computational power are altering the nature of knowledge, skills, talents and the know-how of individuals. A CD-ROM dictionary is an interesting and effective teaching tool, which captures pre-service teachers' interest and does much more than just translates especially with the availab...
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The contested discourses of different ethnic groups in Malaysian pluralistic society are discussed in regard to their aspirations for education policies and language rights in the Malaysian educational system. Research for this discussion focused on issues in Malaysian educational policy and ethnicity. These issues are important to the Malaysian ed...
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The teaching profession is vital for the achievement of Malaysian educational aims of enhancing education quality and developing the human capital of the nation. The Malaysian government has worked to improve the quality of teachers and recruit highly-qualified people to the teaching profession by improving remuneration and opportunities for promot...
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Introduction: Between-class ability grouping practice in Malaysian Secondary Schools was studied in order to find the influence students perception on their teachers behavior on their self-esteem. Students perception on teachers behaviors were divided into two categories: controlling students behavior to avoid disciplinary matters and supporting st...
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Iraq enjoyed a long and proud reputation for its distinguished universities and the quality of its education; however, a sequence of wars and sanctions severely damaged its education system. Due to the invasion by the U.S troops in 2003 and till the time being, 84% of the infrastructure in Iraqi higher education institutions has been burnt, looted...
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This article discusses multiple perceptions and views about policy in Malaysian education policy which aims for achieving national integration in a multicultural setting. The discussion in this article is based on the policy research about Malaysian education policy and ethnicity issues that continue to be an important aspect in Malaysian education...
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International project manager training being auxiliary is not available in tertiary institutions due to further specialization within sub-specialization of individual technical domain, inconsistent training demand and irregular supply of specialty trainers. Such training may be performed in-house by professional training providers. This paper seeks...

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