Mohd Ali Samsudin

Mohd Ali Samsudin
Universiti Sains Malaysia | USM · School of Educational Studies

PhD

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The study investigated the effect of using a design thinking teaching method on male and female students’ achievement in some selected secondary school physics concepts in the context of STEM learning. The study was carried out in an afterschool environment which necessitated the researcher using a single group quasi experimental research design co...
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Background: This paper focuses on advances in crowd control study with an emphasis on high-density crowds, particularly Hajj crowds. Video analysis and visual surveillance have been of increasing importance in order to enhance the safety and security of pilgrimages in Makkah, Saudi Arabia. Hajj is considered to be a particularly distinctive event,...
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Since the coronavirus pandemic spread in Malaysia, there are increase discussions on the issue related to SMEs in Malaysia. These conversations have included social media users’ assistance to SMEs. The government extended assistance to SMEs either in kind or through various programs. Twitter, a popular social network site (SNS) is the leading platf...
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This study examined the effectiveness of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) integrated approach via Scratch on five subconstructs of computational thinking (CT) among 29 male and 30 female students. A quasi-experimental design was employed in the research. The participants demonstrated the application of CT in designing game...
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Background: This paper focuses on advances in crowd control study with an emphasis on high-density crowds, particularly Hajj crowds. Video analysis and visual surveillance have been of increasing importance in order to enhance the safety and security of pilgrimages in Makkah, Saudi Arabia. Hajj is considered to be a particularly distinctive event,...
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Background: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental condition that involves persistent challenges in social interaction, speech, and nonverbal communication, in addition to repetitive or restrictive behaviours. For decades, children with ASD have been familiarising themselves with information and communication technologies (ICT) i...
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This paper advances video analytics with a focus on crowd analysis for Hajj and Umrah pilgrimages. In recent years, there has been an increased interest in the advancement of video analytics and visible surveillance to improve the safety and security of pilgrims during their stay in Makkah. It is mainly because Hajj is an entirely special event tha...
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The comprehensiveness of teacher professional identity (TPI) studies conducted by African and Asian researchers highlights the importance of valid TPI indicators across Africa and Asia. Questionnaire TPI indicators are important to obtain valid direct comparisons between teachers in Africa and Asia. The process of developing a questionnaire served...
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Through a search executed on Web of Science database with general keywords pertaining to ‘teaching fractions’ or ‘understanding fractions’ and ‘representation’, this study utilized PRISMA’s procedure in analysing previously published articles. This review reveals seven articles in inclusion criteria and seventeenth articles in exclusion criteria wi...
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Scientific and innovative society can be produced by giving priorities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) as emphasized by Malaysian Higher Education Blueprint (2015-2025). STEM need to be implemented at higher education because universities need to produce competent graduates to support economy growth and sustainable devel...
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Kajian ini dijalankan bagi melihat kesan sistem web e-SOLMS (e-Student Oriented Learning Management System) terhadap tahap kesediaan pembelajaran terarah kendiri pelajar melalui pendekatan pembelajaran terarah kendiri secara atas talian di Politeknik Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi Malaysia. Kajian ini didasari oleh pembelajaran konstruktivism dan men...
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Education, research, and innovation have an impact on economic development in the world today. In a highly competitive economy, the government needs to concentrate on technologies to increase the value of production by concentrating on using innovative thinking to solve the problem. This study aimed to improve the creative thinking of students thro...
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There is a wide collection of journal articles and academic discourse on family firms’ social capital. However, the focus on the comprehensive synthesis of the collections is limited. The lack of efforts to synthesize the issue of family firms’ social capital focuses on emerging economies further limiting the utility of the literature. Despite th...
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The main aim of the presented research was to examine the interaction between student’s gender and achievements in learning concepts of electricity via STEAM integrated approach utilizing Scratch. This research was aimed to determine the gender disparity for lower-secondary school students in learning about the concepts of electricity. Quasi-experi...
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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Project-Based Learning (PjBL) is increase effectiveness, create meaningful learning and influence student attitudes in future career pursuit. There are several studies in the literature reporting different aspects of STEM into a PjBL pedagogy. However, the effect of implementing STEM PjBL in t...
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The purpose of the research is to produce the item bank to measure polytechnics students' performance in Mathematics algebra topic. Computerized Adaptive Test, an adaptive mode of testing that has the features to measure the performance of test takers based on their ability level. Computerized Adaptive Test has the ability to precisely target test...
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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Project-Based Learning (PjBL) is increase effectiveness, create meaningful learning and influence student attitudes in future career pursuit. There are several studies in the literature reporting different aspects of STEM into a PjBL pedagogy. However, the effect of implementing STEM PjBL in t...
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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Project-Based Learning (PjBL) is increase effectiveness, create meaningful learning and influence student attitudes in future career pursuit. There are several studies in the literature reporting different aspects of STEM into a PjBL pedagogy. However, the effect of implementing STEM PjBL in t...
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Although much work has been done on computerized-adaptive test (CAT) in reducing anxiety towards exam, CAT in Malaysian educational setting is less explored among educational researchers. Some of the reason is due to technical difficulty in developing, maintaining the testing bank items, and insufficient hardware facilities for huge number of exami...
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Problem-based learning (PBL) is a type of student-centred educational approach where students learn a topic via their experience in solving open-ended problems. In PBL, elements of active, interactive, and collaborative learning are incorporated to allow teachers to observe their students’ learning process. The contexts of problems in PBL are in th...
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This research aims to examine the effectiveness of the Concept Cartoon approach in enhancing students' attitude towards science. A Quasi-experimental research design was employed involving 60 primary school students from two schools in Penang, Malaysia. Data was analyzed using One-Way-ANCOVA approach. Thirty students from school A were assigned as...
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This study examined the factors that influence students’ learning for machine industry courses in Malaysian Southern Region Vocational Colleges. The factors that have been studied were the students’ interest, parental involvement and teachers teaching. This study used the survey design method involving 90 randomly selected 4th year students from th...
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Japan’s continual excellent achievement in TIMSS has led to many research and discussions of the Japanese school system as a way of understanding the factors and system that underlie Japan’s success in TIMSS. However, comparative studies have focused more on cognitive skills and less on non-cognitive skills as plausible factors for the continual su...
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Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) is based on the pedagogical process of observation where students will learn progressively through active group interaction. CSCL is an emerging branch of the learning sciences concerned with studying on how people can learn together with the help of computers. Thus, this research was conducted to me...
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Due to the recent development of computer power and information technology, augmented reality (AR) is commonly found to be one of the interactive experience of a real-world environment refers to the objects are augmented by computer generated information. Previously , there is a number of studies have discussed the importance of AR technologies in...
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This study examined the factors that influence students’ learning for machine industry courses in Malaysian Southern Region Vocational Colleges. The factors that have been studied were the students’ interest, parental involvement and teachers teaching. This study used the survey design method involving 90 randomly selected 4 th year students from t...
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Abstract This concept paper discussed the development of science teacher education programs in Malaysia. The discussion encompassed the existing policies, practices and issues, arising from the science teacher education. This paper also reviewed some suggestions for the direction in pre-service training and in-service science teacher training. The...
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21st century way of learning is one of the transformations lauded by the Ministry of Education Malaysia in the Malaysian Education Blueprint (2013-2015) to equip students with communication skills, critical thinking and collaboration or recognized as Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS). This 21st century learning requires suitable teaching aids to...
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The purpose of this study is to examine the extent to which home context, classroom context and school context influence students' science achievement in Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) 2011. This study involved a total of 5733 respondents from 180 secondary schools in Malaysia based on TIMSS 2011 data. Random sampling...
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Today's learners will face increasing global competition for college entrance and jobs after graduation. They need to succeed in work, life and citizenship, as well as skills that are necessary for 21st century. Teaching and learning’s in the 21st century has to put the emphasis on the 4Cs, collaboration, critical thinking, creativity, and communic...
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This study aimed to investigate the effects of ‘science learning based on the socio-scientific issues with Islamic values (PSBIS-NI)’ on form four secondary school students’ attitudes towards the socio-scientific issues. PSBIS-NI is a learning method that focuses on the socio-scientific issues with the integration of Islamic values. A learning modu...
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The main goal of education is to prepare students for future job opportunities and civic responsibilities, and this is one of the biggest challenges in the 21st century. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Project-Based Learning (PjBL) prepare students to master their new role as a global citizen with greater responsibilities....
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The main goal of education is to prepare students for future job opportunities and civic responsibilities, and this is one of the biggest challenges in the 21st century. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Project-Based Learning (PjBL) prepare students to master their new role as a global citizen with greater responsibilities....
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Today's learners will face increasing global competition for college entrance and jobs after graduation. They need to succeed in work, life and citizenship, as well as skills that are necessary for 21st century. Teaching and learning’s in the 21st century has to put the emphasis on the 4Cs, collaboration, critical thinking, creativity, and communic...
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Teaching and learning’s main goal, preparing students for future job opportunity and civic responsibility, has become one of the 21st century’s biggest challenges. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Project Based Learning (PjBL) prepares students to learn community responsibility and master their new roles as global citizens. This sy...
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The Engineering Drawing subject develops skills in geometry drawing becoming more professional. For the concept in Engineering Drawing, students need to have good visualization skills. Visualization is needed to help students get a start before translating into a drawing. So that, Problem Based Learning (PBL) using animation mode (PBL-A) and graphi...
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This study compares the effects between free-choice learning (FCL) and problem-based learning (PBL) in a virtual science centre. It is hypothesized that effective approach to communicate virtual science centre content has a significance impact on improving visitors’ scientific literacy. Three constructs of scientific literacy identified were genera...
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Pembelajaran sains secara tidak formal telah dijalankan melalui Program Makmal Sains Bergerak. Program ini merupakan program kemasyarakatan yang dijalankan oleh pensyarah dari Pusat Pengajian Ilmu Pendidikan (PPIP) di Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) dan dibantu oleh pelajar dan staf sebagai fasilitator. Program ini mengandungi 12 stesen mini yang b...
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This research aimed to investigate whether online problem based learning (PBL) approach to teach renewable energy topic improves students' behaviour towards energy conservation. A renewable energy online problem based learning (REePBaL) instruction package was developed based on the theory of constructivism and adaptation of the online learning mod...
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This study aims to examine the factors related to students' science achievement in TIMSS 2011. This study involved a total of 5733 respondents from 180 secondary schools in Malaysia based on TIMSS 2011 data. Random sampling using a two-stage stratified cluster sampling technique was done in selecting the sample. This study also proposes a model con...
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Instrumen Motivasi Pembelajaran Pelajar (MPP) adalah merupakan instrumen yang dibangunkan bagi mengukur tahap motivasi pelajar untuk belajar. Instrumen MPP dibangunkan hasil daripada adaptasi intrumen ”Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionaire” (MSLQ) yang dibangunkan oleh Pintrich (1993). Instrumen MSLQ ini diadaptasi supaya penggunaan instru...
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Journal of Elementary Education, 26 (1), 23-38. The study was a comparative analysis of the effects of inquiry-based and non-inquiry based multiple intelligence approach on pupils’ interest in learning science. The study employed a quasi-experimental research design that used two intact classes of thirty (30) pupils each assigned to two groups, the...
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International Journal of Research in Social Science, June 2016, 6 (6). The interplay between teachers' professional identities and their contextual factors in Malaysia and Bangladesh were compared in the study. The study employed the use of a qualitative approach through structured interviews and discussion with novice teachers in the two regions i...
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The International Journal of Humanities and Social Studies, 4 (2), 324-330. This study focuses attention on a comparative analysis of teachers’ professional identities in Malaysia and Vietnam. Study employed a qualitative approach in its investigation of novice teachers’ professional identities for consequent comparison in the two countries of stud...
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Journal of Research in Social Sciences-JRSS January 2016 Vol: 4 Number 1.ISSN: (E) 2306-112X (P) 2305-6533- This study by qualitative approach investigated the impact of using a designed virtual science centre on acquisition of scientific knowledge and scientific reasoning of students. The paper highlighted the importance of virtual learning centre...
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The Social Sciences 10(7), 1645-1653, ISSN: 1818-5800, Medwell Journals. This research examined the moderating effects of gender on the structural model of innovation orientation among university undergraduates in Malaysia. This research connected the constructs' relationships to the gender moderating effect in order to explam Innovation orientatio...
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This research aims to produce innovation orientation survey items for quantitative research use in the context of undergraduates in Malaysia. The hypothesized model of innovation orientation consists of creativity, innovation motivation, entrepreneurial orientation and entrepreneurial self-efficacy constructs. These five constructs was established...
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The purpose of this study is to evaluate the rate of participation and find out the barriers of employee participation in the programs of physical education and physical activities health-related of Mobarakeh Steel Company. To design an educational physical activities program, it is necessary to explore and identify inhibitory factors for behavior...
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(2015) Journal of Science and Mathematics Education in Southeast Asia, Vol. 38 No. 1, 60 – 76 This study was undertaken to explore the effects of informal science learning outside the classroom on preschool students’ achievement in the Early Science learning topic (plant-related topics that presented concepts about tree leaves, height and roots) u...
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(2015), International Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development, Vol 4, No 3, 46-59. The purpose of this study is to compare the influence of three teaching methods, as represented by problem-based learning (PBL), the PBL with lecture method, and the conventional teaching on undergraduate physics students' group work sk...
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(2015), Sains Humanika, Vol 7, No 1, 43-51. This study is done to know whether the judges’ ratings results in the same decisions for candidates of the same ability and to show the relative severity of the different judges. The Many-facets Rasch Measuring Model (MFRM) is used in this study to determine the validity and reliability of raters’ severi...
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(2015), Journal of Education and Learning (EduLearn), Vol 9, No. 4. The paper focused attention on comparing the effect of inquiry based multiple intelligence approach and non-inquiry based multiple intelligence approach on achievement of pupils in some selected primary schools. Two primary schools were selected purposively with one intact class f...
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Malaysian Journal of Distance Education 16(2), 39−57 (2014). This study examined the effect of online project-based learning (e-PBL) on Form Four science students’ attitudes towards renewable energy (RE). The study applied a quasi-experimental method with “A Design Group Pre- and Post-Test” The sample experimental group consisted of 48 Form Four s...
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the measurement model invariance across genders for the Malaysian Undergraduates’ Innovation Orientation (MUIO) instrument scale. A sample of 2,507 participants (Male=985, Female=1,522) in Malaysian public universities gave their responses to a 24-item self-reported, 4-point scale designed to measure fiv...