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Student centred learnings in UKM

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Student centred learnings in UKM

  1. 1. Student Centered Learning in UKM Riza Atiq Rahmat Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia(The National University of Malaysia)
  2. 2. Changes Surrounding Universities in Malaysia• The economic and job market are constantly changing at a very fast rate• Manufacturing and other economic activities are rapidly shifting to China and India• Internet facilities are changing students’ learning habit• The students are digital native• Universities are expected to commercialise its research products• Changing of Malaysian economic base from agriculture >> manufacturing, to high–tech >> knowledge-based >> entrepreneur-Innovation based in a very short time
  3. 3. OBE (Pembelajaran Berasaskan Hasil)• Student-centered learning• Empirically measuring student performance, which are called outcomes• It requires that students demonstrate that they have learned the required skills and content• Often incorporate a host of many progressive pedagogical models and ideas, such as block scheduling, project-based learning, problem- based learning, work-based learning …..
  4. 4. UKM VisionConstructive alignment UKM Mission UKM Educational Objective Stake Holders Program Objective Program Outcomes Educational Block 1 Educational Block 2 ‘n’ Co-curiculum Course 1 Course n1 Co-Curiculum 1 Course 2 Course n2 Co-Curiculum 2 Course 3 Course n3 Co-Curikulum 3 Course ‘n’ Course ‘nn’ Co-curikulum ‘n’ Total Student Learning Experience
  5. 5. Program Educational Objective Proram Outcomes Co-curriculum Course Outcomes OutcomesCourse Outcomes Course Outcomes
  6. 6. Graduate attributes  Program Outcomes• Complex problem solver• Knowledge producing graduate• Share, remix and capitalise on new ideas• Embrace change rather than fighting change• Innovative-Entrepreneurial• Global• Leverage and collaboration• Strong ethic
  7. 7. DeliveryOutcomes Delivery• Complex problem solver • Complicated project• Knowledge producing graduate • Research Project• Share, remix and capitalise on new ideas • Multi-disciplinary Problem• Embrace change rather than Based Learning fighting change • Case Study• Innovative-Entrepreneurial • Joint project with foreign U• Global• Leverage and collaboration • Group project• Strong ethic
  8. 8. AssessmentLecturer Intended TeachingPerpective Objective Learning Activities Evaluation OutcomesStudent Learning IntendedPerpective Evaluation Learning Activities Outcomes (Biggs 2010)
  9. 9. Assessment of Student Program Outcomes knowledge skills behaviors Generic Skills Exam. Project simmulation Co-cur.
  10. 10. Implementing Constructive Alignment in Teaching and Assessment (Biggs 2010)
  11. 11. Outcomes Delivery AssessmentComplex problem solver Complicated project Project Report, portfolioKnowledge producing Research Project Project report, portfolio,graduate presentationShare, remix and capitalise Multi-disciplinary Problemon new ideas Based LearningEmbrace change rather Case studythan fighting changeInnovative-Entrepreneurial Case study, simulation, serious gameGlobal Joint project based learningLeverage and collaboration PBL, case studyStrong ethic PBL, simulation, serious game
  12. 12. Changing UKM Curriculum 2009 Gradually change to….. Teacher centered Student centredPrescription/rigid outcomes based Beyond Learning Outcome (unexpected)Limited stake holders involvement Active stake holders involvement Individual Collaborative Timetabled Immersive collaborative environment Course based Project based Tested (eg. Examination) Exhibit (more authentic) Top down Bottom up (student initiative) Expertise led Experience led Local Global
  13. 13. Requirement• Lecturer quality and professional certificate• Digital learning environment• Student Total Learning Experience environment
  14. 14. Paradigm shift:•From teacher centered tostudent centered,•From teaching to facilitating,•From lecturer to learningexperience designer
  15. 15. Residential space Faculty space Cultural spaceLibrary Innovativespace entrepreneurship space Co- curriculum Community space space IndustrialInternationalisation space space and attitude Knowledge, skills Time Experience Student Total Learning
  16. 16. The whole campus becomeslearning space – broad bandWIFI
  17. 17. Collaborative learningProject basedEagerness to learn from each other
  18. 18. More project based learning,More presentation
  19. 19. Project basedCompetition basedSerious Game
  20. 20. Classroom without wall(three walls principle)
  21. 21. Entrepreneurship CourseSimulation and CompetitionBased learning(First Year)
  22. 22. Second year:Selling products
  23. 23. Pitching and selling their ownproduct, based on their research(Final year)
  24. 24. Living laboratoriesA traditional laboratory usually is isolatedfrom society and industrial community.Researchers usually are immersed in theirresearch without contact with the realworld. As a result, most research productsdo not immediately benefit the society
  25. 25. Living laboratories
  26. 26. Langkawi Geopark
  27. 27. Langkawi Geopark
  28. 28. Bangi Urban Transport Management System
  29. 29. Bangi Traransport Management Centre
  30. 30. Terimakasih

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