Kamariah isa professor of Science Education. Her research interests include teaching and learning of science and chemistry education, computer in teaching and learning, and issues in education especially higher education.


Publications:
An Exploratory Investigation of Children Learning Science in a Web-Based Learning Environment

The study aims to unravel the learning processes that Year 5 children underwent in a web-based learning environment. The children were involved in learning primary science particularly in acquiring integrated science process of controlling variables. The study adopts the use of a specially-designed Web-based instructional material

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Adjunct Mode of Online Learning: Perspectives for Teacher Education Course

This research seeks to determine teacher trainees' perceptions of their computer knowledge, skills; readiness and attitudes towards an adjunct mode online learning; adequacy and quality of support and materials provided.

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Necessary Skills For Success in Higher Learning

The study focuses on identifying whether other factors, apart from academic qualification, are needed to ensure success in higher learning.

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Critical Thinking: Are Malaysian University Students Engaged?

Critical thinking was measured using four constructs vis-à-vis logical reasoning, visual thinking, inference making, and argumentation. Overall findings indicated that Malaysian students’ critical thinking ability was found to be moderate.

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