Implementing PBL In Human Computer Interaction Class

Che Ku Mohd, Che Ku Nuraini and Shahbodin, Faaizah and Bakar, Norasiken (2011) Implementing PBL In Human Computer Interaction Class. In: 1st National Conference on Active Learning (NCAL 2011), 10-11 December 2011, Kampus Bandar UTeM.

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Problem Based Learning (PBL) is Increasingly used in many disciplines. PBL can be defined as a pedagogical strategy for posing significant, contextualized, real world situations. providing resources, guidance, instruction to Iearners as they develop content knowledge and problem solving skills. The purpose of this research is to evaluate effectiveness of students’ performances between self and peer assessment based on student’s preferences. The course entitled Human Computer Interaction (HCI) which constitutes a compulsory subject for students in the undergraduate Bachelor in Computer Science degree programmes. Three phases involved in this research methodology. Phase one is Analysis which includes literature survey and collection of preliminary analysis data. Second phase is Designing and Development which adopt ADDIE model as a basis for multimedia development. The last phase is Testing and Evaluation. There are three research instruments gathered to evaluate the project which are questionnaire, interview and prototype development. The prototype called PBLAssess is developed to support the effectiveness of teaching and learning. Findings of this study revealed that students prefer peer assessment than self assessment. The use of PBLAssess can increase student’s understanding towards the topic that has been taught. Results showed that assessment in PBL is significantly related to student’s performance and preferences.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: User interfaces (Computer systems), Human-computer interaction
Divisions: Faculty of Information and Communication Technology
Depositing User: Muhammad Afiz Ahmad
Date Deposited: 04 Dec 2017 00:37
Last Modified: 02 Jul 2021 12:59
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