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Paper Title :
The Implementation of Teaching History Using VLE in Miri, Sarawak

Author :Santhira Vathani D/O Sannasi, Norasmah Binti Othman

Article Citation :Santhira Vathani D/O Sannasi ,Norasmah Binti Othman , (2017 ) " The Implementation of Teaching History Using VLE in Miri, Sarawak " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 1-6, Volume-3,Issue-8

Abstract : The purpose of this study is to identify the relationship between perception of students and teachers toward the use of virtual learning (VLE) in teaching and learning history at School. The study also focus on the difference between teacher gender in frequency of using the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and relationship between teacher and student perceptions of the frequency usage of virtual learning (VLE) in teaching and learning history. Samples were randomly selected from about 80 respondents at the district of Miri, Sarawak. The instrument used to the implementation in teaching history with VLE for this study have been adapted and modified from a questionnaire by Yahya Othman, 2007. Researchers using Pearson correlation analyse and t-test to analyse the data that had been collected. The findings demonstrated that not significant relationship between teacher and student perceptions of the frequency usage in virtual learning (VLE) in teaching and learning history and the result also proved that there's no significant difference between teacher gender in frequency of use the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Index Terms- Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), Teaching History

Type : Research paper


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