Developing Open Educational Resources (oer) For Malaysian Classrooms: The Hots Experience

Yoon Sook Jhee, and Rajendran Nagappan, and Rosma Osman, and Seva Bala Sundaram, and , and , (2012) Developing Open Educational Resources (oer) For Malaysian Classrooms: The Hots Experience. In: Regional Symposium Of Oer: An Asian Perspective On Policy And Practices, 17-19 Sep 2012, Penang.

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The teaching of thinking skills has been emphasized in many ways in the Malaysian education system. Although efforts have been done to assist the teachers to teach HOTS, the impact to change students learning is minimal. One of the major reasons identified is the availability of resources based on Malaysian context. A study was conducted on the development of OER to host Bahasa Malaysia, English and History resources designed for Malaysian classrooms. The development of OER aimed to provide these resources to teachers. The study involved six teachers and 92 students of a suburban school in Malaysia. Observations, questionnaires and interviews were used to gauge the teachers’ use and expectations of the OER. The findings presented in this paper focus on the OER as well as the HOTS elements in the OER. Findings suggest that although teachers show positive attitude in using OER, they need to be trained to use OER in a way that suits their respective students.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Oer, Thinking Skills, Free
Subjects: Educational Technology > ICT
Divisions: Universiti Malaysia Sabah
Depositing User: @ IT Manager UTM...
Date Deposited: 22 Jul 2013 17:06
Last Modified: 23 Jul 2013 03:23

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