Wan Zah Wan Ali, Ph.D., is an associate professor of Educational Technology. Her research interests include issues in education especially higher education.


Publications:
Teachers’ Belief Towards the Principles Underlying the National Philosophy of Education in Malaysia

A study to explore teachers’ belief towards the National Philosophy of Education.

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Necessary Skills For Success in Higher Learning

The study focuses on identifying whether other factors, apart from academic qualification, are needed to ensure success in higher learning.

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Struggling Students in Low Ability Grouped Classrooms: Standardized Assessments and the Uphill Battle

This paper aims to discuss learning climates of the lower streamed classrooms and the problems teachers face teaching them, in the context of Malaysia’s highly centralized and examination oriented system.

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Metacognition and Motivation in Mathematical Problem Solving

Metacognition and motivation aspects of mathematical problem solving are identified through a study involving undergraduates. Some of the factors that influence one’s performance in mathematical problem solving are discussed.

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Critical Thinking: Are Malaysian University Students Engaged?

Critical thinking was measured using four constructs vis-à-vis logical reasoning, visual thinking, inference making, and argumentation. Overall findings indicated that Malaysian students’ critical thinking ability was found to be moderate.

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Modeling of Mathematical Beliefs of Secondary Mathematics Teachers towards their Teaching Practices: A Structural Equation Approach

Relationship between mathematical values and teachers' attitudes towards the teaching practices of mathematics teachers were investigated. A structural equation modeling applied showed that mathematical beliefs influenced practices in the classroom.

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