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Articles by R. Sudha Nair
Total Records ( 3 ) for R. Sudha Nair
  R. Sudha Nair and Hanipah Hussin
  This is a critical review on the characteristics approach used in shaping the curriculum and its impact on teaching and learning. It analyzes 10 journals/book articles base on five characteristics of the curriculum. The terms discussed are research intensiveness, interdisciplinary, community engagement, global connectedness and academic literacy. These characteristics are compared and contrast with relevant information highlighting its impact on teaching and learning. It also further discusses the issues of concern regarding the processes on the delivery systems in learning organisations such as schools and higher learning institutions.
  Cheong KarMee , Hanipah Hussin , R. Sudha Nair , Noorzareith Sofeia , Noriati Binti Abdul Kadir and Zainuddin Bin Jusoh
  This is a review study related to seven core premises discussed by Fullan in Department of Languages, Centre of Languages and Human Development, Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM). Those premises are a focus on motivation capacity building with a focus on results; learning in context; changing context; a bias for reflective action; tri-level engagement and persistence and flexibility in staying the course. This study provides a picture for a real scenario which stresses change theory is important in driving education reform. The literature survey shows it is significant to the current scenario happened in UTeM. The suggestion is all the stakeholders need to take up challenges in ensuring the successful education system reform in the higher learning institution for the long term sustainability development goals.
  R. Sudha Nair
  This study looks at the experiences of undergraduate students moving from the traditional method of learning to a hybrid mode. In the hybrid mode, parts of the academic delivery occur using the online platform called Moodle at a private college in Malacca. The majority of students favoured moving to a hybrid mode because of the adaptability and suitability of the online component. Students, however, expressed the opinion that the interaction with peers and networking opportunities were significant aspect of undergraduate education in the business world. This is a qualitative study whereby interview and surveys were conducted to collect data. The interview was conducted with the head of program while 10 students participated in the survey which was created by the researcher. The study discusses the effectiveness and importance of the course for the college, the sustainability and ethical concern of the online learning. The outcome of the taken initiative is that it is here to stay in the college and hope to encourage more student enrolment.
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