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Main presenter
Dr. Najihah MAHMUD
Universiti Malaysia Kelantan (Kelantan, Malaysia)
Presenter [2]
Ms. MAHMUD Nazirah Universiti Sultan Azlan Shah
Presenter [3]
Dr. MOHAMED Amaal Fadhlini Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
Presenter [4]
Dr. AHMAD TARMIZI Siti Amirah Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
Presenter [5]
Mr. HASSAN Ariezal Afzan Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
Presentation details
Presentation title
Exploring parental engagement in supporting home-based teaching and learning (PDPR) in Malaysia
Presentation abstract
In the wake of Covid-19, government all over the world had taken drastic measures to curb the spread of this virus. In Malaysia, Movement Control Order (MCO) was introduced forcing many sectors to stop operation and that includes the education sector. Alternative learning known as PdPR (Home-based Teaching and Learning) for schools was introduced where teachers have to conduct their lessons online to ensure continued education. Parental support was reported to be an important factor to child’s development as they partially carry out the teachers’ duty when at home. Therefore, this study seeks to explore parental involvement in supporting home-based teaching and learning. In this qualitative study, five parents involved in the Jolly Phonics programme were interviewed and observed throughout the entire programme. It was found that some of the parents still relied on the teacher to carry out their duty in teaching. However, most of the parents who volunteered to join the programme showed high interest and were willing to go extra miles to support their children’s learning. It was hoped that the parents will keep the positive attitude so that the teacher’s burden could be reduced.
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parental engagement, covid 19, jolly phonics
E-learning, collaborative learning and blended learning
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Submitted by
Najihah Mahmud
Submitted: Thursday, 16 September 2021, 12:57 AM [JST]
Modified: Thursday, 16 September 2021, 1:13 AM [JST]
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