3nd Innovative Teaching & Learning Research Day 2021 (InTReD’21)

Pages 1-158 (December 2021)

Centre for Academic Excellence and Scholarship (CAES)

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This e-book is a compilation of papers presented at the 3nd Innovative Teaching & Learning Research Day 2021 (InTReD’21) held at Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, Malaysia on 9th December 2021.

The symposium on innovative teaching & learning is a one-day research event hosted by the Centre for Academic Excellence and Scholarship (CAES), UTeM. InTReD’21 aims to offer a unique platform for educators, scholars, researchers, engineers, technologists and students from Higher Educational Institutions, Teaching Institutions, Research Institutions and Industries to present findings of completed and ongoing original research activities on teaching and learning, hence foster research collaborations between the universities and the industries. Through this platform, solutions the best practices in teaching and learning through poster presentation and product showcase can be shared, thus bridging the gap between university and industry in Malaysia.

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Editorial
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Table of Contents
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    Track  1: Creative and Innovative Teaching and Learning              
                     
View of student performance using online final examination in semester affected due to COVID-19 pandemic: Bachelor of Electrical Engineering case study
Maaspaliza Azri, Azrita Alias
2-5
 
Insight of student’s learning preferences on project-based course: A case study on Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FKE), Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM)
Fairul Azhar Abdul Shukor, Muhammad Fahmi Miskon, Hazriq Izzuan Jaafar
6-9
 
Engaging online learning activities using Padlet in teaching mathematics for engineering students
Rahifa Ranom, Irma Wani Jamaludin
10-13
 
The impact of multimodal approach on the efficacy of artificial intelligence online course from the social constructivism perspective
Nur Zareen Zulkarnain, Noor Fazilla Abd Yusof, Sharifah Sakinah Syed Ahmad
14-17
 
The impact of ambivert personality traits and the hybrid teaching style on students’ satisfaction: A quantitative and qualitative analysis
Noor Fazilla Abd Yusof, Nur Zareen Zulkarnain, Sharifah Sakinah Syed Ahmad
18-20
 
Project-based learning in engineering education: Evaluation of the PBL implementation, students’ perception and grade attainment
Rahimah Abdul Hamid, Sayed Kushairi Sayed Nordin
21-24
 
Application of TeamViewer software to assist teaching and learning for Computer Aided Design course during Covid-19 pandemic
Sushella Edayu Mat Kamal, Fadhilah Shikh Anuar, Siti Norbaya Sahadan
25-28
     Track 2: Learning Technology  
        
Covid-19: Effects of online teaching to student attainment in Electromagnetic course
Fairul Azhar Abdul Shukor, Kyairul Azmi Baharin
30-34
 
The study on distance learning approach implementation in Data Communication and Networking course at UTeM
Erman Hamid, Norharyati Harum, Robiah Yusof, Mohd Fairuz Iskandar Othman, Nurul Akmar Emran
35-37
 
The effectiveness of online teaching and learning for sirah’s subject in SRA JAIM Limbongan Melaka during the movement control order
Erman Hamid, Norharyati Harum, Nazrulazhar Bahaman, Nor Azman Mat Ariff, Mohd Zaki Mas'ud, Noraswaliza Abdullah
38-41
 
Final Year Project (FYP) assessment using Moodle (ULearn) platform as a management system: From coordinator view
Lau Kok Tee, Norfariza Ab Wahab, Ahmad Zul Husni Che Mamat
42-45
 
Designing an ePortfolio framework for Academic Writing for technical university students
Linda Khoo Mei Sui, Subatira Balakrishnan, S. Indra Devi
46-48
 
Learning Covid-19 restaurant standard operating procedures (SOPs) through virtual reality (VR) game
Norazlin Mohammed, Soh Yi Jin, Khor Zen Di
49-52
 
The development of virtual electrolysis experiment by using augmented reality for chemistry secondary education during Covid-19 pandemic
Norazlin Mohammed, Lua Cheong Feng, Ong Hui Jie
53-55
 
The issues and challenges of Covid-19 outbreak in Malaysian higher education institutions: A preliminary study
Noraini Husin, Muliati Sedek, Fauziah Abdullah, S. Indra Devi
56-59
 
Preliminary study on automatic feedback in formative assessments
Mashanum Osman, Sazalinsyah Razali, Yogan Jaya Kumar, Halizah Basiron, Fatin Aliah Phang Abdullah
60-62
 
Utilization of ubiquitous technology among engineering undergraduates
Muliati Sedek, Nurdayana Izyan Ahmad Ahsan, Noraini Husin
63-65
    Track 3: Learning Skills  
             
The choices of thinking tools among UTeM students
Norun Najjah Ahmat, Hafzan Ariffin, Nor Fazilah Abdul Hamid
67-70
 
Exploring impact of online learning to students using machine learning
Nahvin Muthusamy, Yoong Cheng Nee, Ding Xue Wing, Sharifah Sakinah Syed Ahmad
71-74
 
Virtual student mentorship: Future-proof for new learning ecosystems
Hazriq Izzuan Jaafar, Muhammad Fahmi Miskon, Fairul Azhar Abdul Shukor, Rozaimi Ghazali, Nurul Ain Mohd Said
75-78
 
Employers’ perspective on graduating student performance of mechanical engineering technology academic programme
Wan Hasrulnizzam Wan Mahmood, Umar Al-Amani Haji Azlan, Mohd Yuhazri Yaakob, Kamarul Amir Mohamed, Khairul Amri Tofrowaih
79-82
 
A pilot study on SRL awareness among electronic engineering students in the COVID-19 pandemic era
Mas Haslinda Mohamad, Mawarni Mohamed Yunus, Siti Rosmaniza Ab Rashid
83-85
 
Impact of Instructional academic advising (AA) on Student’s cumulative grade point average (CGPA) in undergraduate education
Mariam Md Ghazaly, Zulkeflee Abdullah
86-88
    Track 4: TVET Teaching and Learning
 
           
Smart plant management monitoring system (SPMMS) learning model toward greening technical and vocational education and training (TVET) sustainable development
Zanariah Jano, Ahmad Sayuthi Mohamad Shokri, Rory Padfield
90-93
 
Studies on the effectiveness of students’ technical competency using hands-on-approach in Network Analysis and Design Course at UTeM
Robiah Yusof, Erman Hamid, Suzi Iryanti Fadilah
94-97
 
Effective behaviors and courses delivery on entrepreneurship intention of TVET students
Kamarudin Abu Bakar, Mohd Fazli Mohd Sam, Albert Feisal @ Muhd Feisal Ismail, Muhammad Imran Qureshi
98-101
 
Individual performance study based on correlation between programme outcomes attainment and CGPA
Aziah Khamis, Nur Ilyana Anwar Apandi, Muhammad Suhaizan Sulong, Azrita Alias
102-104
 
Impact of working environment towards job satisfaction of teaching engineers in Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka
Pratish Mohan, Mohd Fauzi Kamarudin
105-108
 
Teaching factory as a new model For Education 4.0
Amiruddin Ahamat, Albert Feisal @ Muhd Feisal Ismail, Sabri Mohamad Sharif
109-111
 
The reliability of team-teaching dimension for evaluating the effectiveness of team-taught engineering courses in Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka
Nurdiana Nordin @ Musa, Aziah Khamis, Jariah Mohamad Juoi, Noor Baiduri Abd Halim, Anis Niza Ramani
112-115
 
Themes on issues and challenges of TVET in primary education of Malaysia: A case study in Melaka
Latifah Mohd Ali, Mohd Fauzi Kamarudin
116-120
 
Utilizing web tools for engineering projects and report writing
Abd Rahman Dullah, Faiz Redza Ramli, Mohd Azman Abdullah, Shafizal Mat, Asmida Ismail, Shamsul Anuar Shamsudin
121-124
 
English for professional interaction and graduate employability: Exploring the students’ perceptions of creating digital video CV task
Nor Lailatul Azilah Hamdzah, Noraini Husin, Nadiah Zainal Abidin, Nor Hazlen Niza Hussein, Noorsaiyidah Suradi
125-128
 
Impromptu speech as an instructional strategy in developing undergraduate engineers’ English oral proficiency
Fauziah Abdullah, Noraini Husin, S. Indra Devi
129-131
 
Impact of COVID-19 on the mechanical engineering students' academic performance: A case study of Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka
Mohd Fadzli Abdollah, Noryani Muhammad, Juffrizal Karjanto, Nadlene Razali, Faiz Redza Ramli, Nurhidayah Ismail, Faizul Akmar Abdul Kadir, Suhaimi Misha, Ruztamreen Jenal
132-135
 
English skills and competencies requirements for engineers of Industry 4.0
S. Indra Devi, Farah Shahnaz Feroz, Noraini Husin, Kenneth Sundaraj
136-140
    Track 5: STEM Education
   
   
Designing science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) competition during COVID-19 pandemic
Norharyati Harum, Erman Hamid, Nurul Azma Zakaria, Sharifah Sakinah Syed Ahmad
142-145
   
Extending the extended UTAUT2 in understanding e-learning acceptance for future STEM education research: A conceptual framework
Syuhaida Mahamud, Fam Soo Fen, Hasan Saleh, Sentot Imam Wahjono
146-150
   
Online STEM mentoring program for service-learning experience among first year engineering technology undergraduates
Aliza Che Amran, Muliati Sedek, Rozilawati Mohd Nor, Dayanasari Abdul Hadi, Saleha Mohamad Saleh
 
151-154
   
Addressing the interdependence attributes of undergraduate students through problem–based project
Shamsul Anuar Shamsudin, Mohd Azman Abdullah, Shafizal Mat, Muhd Ridzuan Mansor, Mohd Adrinata Shaharuzaman
155-158