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Main presenter
Prof. Sian-Hoon TEOH
Universiti Teknologi MARA (Klang, Malaysia)
Presenter [2]
Prof. Parmjit Singh APERAPAR SINGH Universiti Teknologi MARA
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Ms. Nurfarah Kam MOHD ZARUL KAM Universiti Teknologi MARA
Presenter [4]
Dr. Ah-Choo KOO Multimedia University Malaysia
Presenter [5]
Dr. Priyadarshini MUTHUKRISHNAN HELP University, Selangor
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Presentation title
Preservice Teachers' Motivation and Adoption of 21st Century Skills
Presentation abstract
Universities are urged to transform their education to produce quality education and up-to-date curriculum in line with the demand of with 21st-century skills. Teaching training are preparing preservice teachers for the cultivation of 21st century skills. The system holds prime responsibility to equip themselves with 21st-century skills. Nevertheless, recent research evidence shows the essential of examining factors related to motivation among preservice teachers in adopting 21st century skills in their teaching practice, especially through technology. Hence, this study aims to investigate Malaysian preservice teachers’ motivation in adopting 21st-century skills. Specifically, the results highlight the relationship between the two concepts of research, namely the motivation and the adoption towards 21st century skills. This study employed a sequential exploratory research design to gather data from 150 preservice teachers from two public universities and interviewed 10 participants. The findings revealed a positive relationship between the preservice teachers’ motivation and the adoption of 21st-century skills in teaching. In addition, they expressed the school mentors pitched in for the guidance of adoption of 21st-century skills. The findings imply that the schools learning community can oblige preservice teachers in furnishing 21st-century skills. They can be the catalyst of change for greater promotion of 21st century skills.
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21st-century skills, motivation, preservice teachers
Emerging technologies
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Sian-Hoon Teoh
Submitted: Monday, 30 August 2021, 9:11 PM [JST]
Modified: Thursday, 14 October 2021, 7:29 PM [JST]
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