Faculty of Education
University of Malaya
Topic of Research:
Development and Evaluation of Humanism Elements in teaching and learning ‘Periodic Table of Elements’ among Form 4 students
LIM PEI LEE (PGJ 110010)
Post Graduate for Master in Education (Science Education)
Semester 2, Session 2011/2012,
Education Faculty, University of Malaya.
Table of Contents
|No. |Contents |Page(s) | |1. |Chapter 1.0: Introduction | | | |Introductory paragraphs |1-2 | | |Statement of Problem |2-4 | | |Objectives of Research |4 | | |Research Questions |4-5 | | |Operational Definitions |5 | |2. |Chapter 2.0: Research Methodology |5 | | |Phase 1 | | | |2.1 To develop Module of Humanism in Teaching and Learning “Periodic Table of | | | |Elements” among Form 4 Chemistry Students | | | |2.1.1 Framework of Humanism Module | | | |2.1.2 Needs Assessment |6 | | |2.1.3 Relevant Theory |7-8 | | |2.1.4 Construct of Alignment |8-9 | | |Phase 2 |9-12 | | |2.2 To implement Module of Humanism in teaching and learning “Periodic Table of | | | |Elements” among Form 4 Chemistry students | | | |2.2.1 Implementation of Module | | | |2.2.2 Assessment for Learners | | | |2.3 To evaluate the differences of Form 4 students in learning “Periodic Table of |12-14 | | |Elements” during and after testing the module |14-15 | | |2.3.1 Longitudinal Surveys – Form 4 students | | | |2.3.2 Nonparticipant Observation – Form 4 students | | | |2.3.3 Informal Interview – Form 4 students & teachers...
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