Thursday, July 27, 2017

CLiPLAS

CLASSROOM IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM : LECTURER ATTACHMENT SCHEME (CLIPLAS)

Sazali Yusoff, Mohamad Nasir Othman, Auzait Shamsudin 

Institute of Teacher Education Tuanku Bainun Campus (IPGKTB) 

Penang Malaysia


Abstract

The aim of this study was to explore indigenous knowledge in learning theory. The study employs an action research approach whereby a group of lecturers of Malaysian Institute of Teacher Education were the subjects and also as researchers. The program was conducted in three phases namely school background study, lesson plan preparation and classroom teaching. Lecturers were attached to schools for about two months to conduct the study. In the first phase, lecturers were assigned to gather as much information on the school background including the pupils and teachers attributes and learning styles. Second phase was merely focusing on preparing a lesson plan with lesson study technique. Third phase of the study was teaching in the classroom conducted by lecturers themselves. The study used qualitative method in collecting the data such as interviews, observation and focused discussion.

Keywords : CLIPLAS, Indigenous knowledge, Lecturer Attachment Scheme & lesson study

This paper was presented at 4th ELLTA 2017 Conference which was held on 25 - 27 July 2017 at Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand

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