Effects of Portfolio Use as a Learning Tool on HML Students' Achievements and Reflective Practice

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Project Type: Practitioner Inquiry
Discipline: Higher Malay
Duration: 07/2016 - 12/2016
Domain: Pedagogical Approaches

Abstract:

This project seeks to investigate the effect of portfolios as an alternative assessment in the Higher Malay Language (HML) Curriculum. From 2015 onwards, the Year 2 and Year 4 cohort of Higher Malay students had to submit a graded portfolio with writing, grammar and oral components. This portfolio included a rubric and checklist for self-assessment and a reflective practice model for reflection at the end of each unit or skill. Teachers would then monitor the portfolio at the end of each unit or skill and evaluate students’ attitudes towards the portfolio and the effectiveness of this assessment on student achievement, using a pre-test survey, students’ test scores and students’ reflections.

Research Personnel:


Role
Name
Department
InvestigatorNuraini Abdul GaporLanguages
 InvestigatorNurashikin Hanafi Languages 
 InvestigatorFadhilah Ramli Languages

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