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DOI : 10.24924/ijelt

ISSN :

  • 2289-6732

Start Year : 2016

Published Articles : 38



Volume: 3, Issue Number: 2

IMPACT OF LEARNING STYLE ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE MEDIATED BY KNOWLEDGE SHARING BEHAVIORS OF STUDENTS

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2018.11/v3.iss2/1.21
Zubair Hassan, Megha Vaenkatashyamapp

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Knowledge sharing is a key factor in the organization, the Basic advance in information securing is knowledge sharing. As per (Brown 1988) students in learning communities are relied upon to be capable of their instruction proactively by "Knwoldge sharing and academic performance both individual obligation and mutual for learning style" (Brown, 1988). ... Read More


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EFFECTS OF TEACHING METHODS AND LEARNING STYLES ON STUDENTS PERFORMANCES IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2018.11/v3.iss2/22.41
Chetan Kumar Mali, Zubair Hassan

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The purpose of this report is to examine the impact teaching methods impose on the students' performance keeping in mind their learning styles. As we explore civilisation, there are frequent changes in all fields of study like science, technology or engineering and therefore the need for supplementary education is on the rise as well (Starc, Rodica, & Konda, 2015). Students time is precious and teachers should be able to compare, examine and evaluate the teaching modes they are going to take up to bring the best out of the student and to make learning as effective as possible (Boumova, 2008). It is important to know that not all students have the same capability to capture what is being taught, it could differ. In fact, students may not be capable enough know whether the mode of teaching selected by their tutor best suits them because of the little expertise they possess (Sajjad, 2010). Therefore a lecturer must be able to adhere to this if high student performances are to be achieved. ... Read More


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FACTORS AFFECTING ENTREPRENEURSHIP INTENTION AMONG STUDENTS IN PRIVATE SECTOR OF MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2018.11/v3.iss2/42.64
Abdul Basit, Mayank Sing, Zubair Hassan

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The explanation behind this study is to take a gander at the inclination of the understudies of school and universities in Malaysia, to see a few indicates that invigorate twist up especially a business person, to see the impact of heading on business person intension, to find the impact of furtively run association on business visionary intension, to perceive chance taking slant among understudies. Entrepreneurship is in excess of a minor production of business. Business people are those with the attributes of looking for circumstances, willing to go out on a limb and create them past their solace and security zone. They have the tirelessness and abilities to push through thoughts, advance and deal with a business wander in the midst of consistently changing business and monetary conditions (Jun Hwa, 2015 ). Entrepreneurship is perceived as an imperative wellspring of occupation development and financial improvement of a nation. The rate of development for entrepreneurship fluctuates ... Read More


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DOES TEACHING QUALITY AFFECT COMMITMENT AND PERFORMANCE? MEDIATING IMPACT OF STUDENTS' COMMITMENTS

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2018.11/v3.iss2/65.87
Zubair Hassan, Venessa Perng

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In the change of market dynamic, leaders are acting a noteworthy position for the company augmentation. The primary for leaders are to craft the meaningful mission, vision and be a Limited topics in education have captured highly attention from decision makers and industry practitioners as the linking between teaching quality and student satisfaction. The research has obviously shown quality teaching has directly impact on student's satisfaction. Some of the past research carried in Malaysian context by few researchers mainly focus teachers attributes and their behaviour on students satisfaction and intention to quit or to stay ( Hassan & Ayu, 2013; Hassan, 2014). ... Read More


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SOCIAL MEDIA TOOLS IMPACT ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE MEDIATING BY INFORMATION SEARCHING AND KNOWLEDGE SHARING BEHAVIORS

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2018.11/v3.iss2/88.107
Zubair Hassan, Muhammad Al Ameen Bin Mohamed Ibrahim

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Our daily life is influenced by the development of technology. Social media tools are playing an important role in student's daily life. The technological and ideological characteristics of Web 2.0 shaped web-based application group that provide students an opportunity to create and modify the information content (Haenlein, 2010). Student's widespread use of social media tools has also revolutionized habits. For example reading, research, shopping and communication. Student's high interaction in social media tools triggered cooperativeness and the usefulness within the academicals and education process. ... Read More


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