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Main presenter
Dr. Alvin, Min Han AUH
IPG KAMPUS GAYA (kota kinabalu, Malaysia)
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Presentation title
Sink or Swim: An investigation in the implementation of online learning by teacher trainees in the new norm.
Presentation abstract
This is a case study conducted at a teacher training institution in Sabah, Malaysia. The study aims to investigate the issues and different methods used by the teacher trainees to meaningfully integrate technology in an online learning setting to increase engagement and improve the students’ learning experience. This study was conducted because the teacher trainees had to adapt very quickly to the transition from teaching in a physical class to teaching online as a result of the Covid-19 lockdown. The study utilized the SAMR model to investigate how the teacher trainees integrated the use of technologies in online learning during the pandemic. The study investigated three of the teacher trainees for 6 months. This duration is the full duration of their practicum program. Data was collected via interviews and the teacher trainees’ reflective journals. The data collected indicated a gap in the teacher trainees’ knowledge. Specifically, the implementation of online tools to encourage engagement among the students. In addition, the results also showed the process and constraints faced by the teacher trainees as they adapted current, readily available applications into their teaching. These applications include enhancing the learning experience on integrating third party applications into Google Meet sessions.
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teacher training, online learning
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lindsay wong
Submitted: Thursday, 9 September 2021, 10:22 AM [JST]
Modified: Thursday, 9 September 2021, 10:22 AM [JST]
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