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Mengajar di Luar Bidang Pengkhususan: Sejauh Manakah Seriusnya Masalah ini di Malaysia?

Aini Hassan, and Wan Hasmah Wan Mamat, (2007) Mengajar di Luar Bidang Pengkhususan: Sejauh Manakah Seriusnya Masalah ini di Malaysia? Jurnal Pendidikan, 27 (1). pp. 149-163. ISSN 01265261

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University of Malaya. Faculty of Education.
University of Malaya. Faculty of Education.

Abstract

The phenomenon of out-of-field teaching is not a new problem in the local and international education scene. In view of recent discussions and research findings which linked the problem to the issue of teacher quality and the effectiveness of teaching and learning, this article will highlight the incidence of out-of-field teaching in Malaysia. For this purpose, a set of data collected under the Intensified Research in Priority Areas (IRPA) research project conducted in 2003-2005 will be analyzed to illustrate the extent of out-of-field teaching in this country. Subsequently, another set of more recent data collected from a group of students undergoing the Post Graduate Diploma in Education program in one institution of higher learning is used to demonstrate that out-of-field teaching is still prevalent today. Finally, a number of implications and suggestions are discussed.

Item Type:Journal
Additional Information:[Out of field teaching: how serious is this problem in Malaysia?]
Keywords:Out of field teaching, Teachers, Malaysia, teaching load
Subjects:L Education
ID Code:5193

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