Webinar: Teaching S&T through active learning on-line delivered by UNITEN, 19/2/2021


A webinar was delivered by Universiti Tenaga Nasional on February 18, 2021. The webinar was a discussion among educators at the university on best practices related on how to cope with on-line instruction. The webinar provided valuable experiences on how engage students through diverse methods including quick quizzes using digital tools, how to promote collaboration in small groups working from a distance, how to enable experimentation and exploration through digital tools, and more, how to apply emerging active learning design, and more. The webinar was delivered on Facebook(r) live. The recording is available for review.

Speaker profiles:

Jehana Ermy Jamaluddin is a senior lecturer at the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and involved in academic and research for the past 18 years.  She teaches electronics and communication network for undergraduates at Universiti Tenaga Nasional.  Jehana is a graduate of Universiti Tenaga Nasional with BEng. in Electrical Engineering and PhD in Engineering.  She graduated from Loughborough University, UK with M.S. in Digital Communication Systems.  She is a professional technologist in ICT and a certified Huawei Academy Instructor.  Her research spans from IoT applications to adaptive learning.  She is currently seconded to the Teaching and Learning Centre.
Karmila Kamil graduated in Electrical Engineering.  Currently, she is a lecturer of Electrical & Electronic Engineering at the College of Engineering, Universiti Tenaga Nasional, Malaysia.  She started her career in teaching in 2012.  Her area of interest in research is on artificial intelligence.   She loves the creativity, tinkering and trying various approaches to teaching and learning especially when dealing with the young generation.
Rahmat Abdul Wahid is a Physics lecturer in the Department of Engineering Foundation & Diploma Studies, College of Engineering, Universiti Tenaga Nasional.  He is also a member of the Malaysian Institute of Physics, and a blended learning advocate.  He has been teaching Physics for more than six years to the foundation and diploma students in Universiti Tenaga Nasional.  He is a graduate of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia with a Master of Science (Physics) degree in 2014 and a Bachelor of Science (Physics) degree in 2010.  He has been implementing blended learning in his teaching since 2016 and active learning since 2019.
Feninferina Azman is currently with the Computing Department, College of Computing and Informatics, Universiti Tenaga Nasional.  She is with the Software Engineering Unit and she teaches Basic Programming, Problem Solving, and Web Programming.  She helps students to understand course content in a fun and creative way.  Her main goal every semester is, when she looks at the evaluation results, she feels at ease and happy to finally close the semester.
Low Loi Ming is a lecturer at the College of Computing & Informatics, Universiti Tenaga Nasional, Malaysia.  She graduated with a Master’s in Information Technology (majoring in Science and System Management) from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.  She has more than fifteen years of teaching experience in higher education institutions.  Her research interest is concerned with how ICT affects the learning patterns and styles among higher education institutions’ students.

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