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Online Learning-to-learn Model: Classroom Learners and Teachers Perceptions

Isa Hamzah, Mohd Amin Embi.

The purpose of this paper is to present the findings of a research study designed to examine classroom learners and teachers' perception towards an online learning-to-learn model known as (Mohamed Amin Embi et al, 2002) in terms of its, i) reliability, ii) userfriendliness, iii) interactivity, iv) attractiveness, v) usefulness, vi) suitability, and vi) content. A total of 80 learners and 15 teachers from 2 schools in the state of Negeri Sembilan responded to a self-report questionnaire consisting of 55-Likert items. A descriptive statistic using frequency count and mean score is used in the data analysis. The results show that, as a whole, the respondents indicated positive reaction toward the online learning-to-learn model.


Isa Hamzah  (United Kingdom)
Lecturer in Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and Ph.D student in Warwick University UK
Faculty of Education
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and Warwick University

I am a lecturer in University Kebangsaaan Malaysia since 1995. Previously, I was a school teacher in secondary school 1992 and a tutor in Faculty of Education 1993-1995. Currently, I am doing my Ph.D in faculty of Education Warwick University United Kingdom

Mohd Amin Embi

  • Learning-to-learn
  • Strategy learning model.
Person as Subject
  • none

(30 min Conference Paper, English)