Preparing Educators Towards Educational Technology: Empirical Study of Students' and Educators' Perception in Learning Programming Languages

Hanafizan Hussain, Jamilin Jais, Zarina Abdul Rahman
InSITE 2003  •  Volume 3  •  2003
This paper wills emphasis the students’ and educators’ perception in learning programming languages between e-learning and ‘chalk & talk’ teaching method (traditional classroom) used for teaching students. The purpose of this study is to determine if students prefer learn programming languages through the use of variety electronic devices or media with multimedia features, by self-study method through text books or by attending traditional classroom lectures. It also will look in what types of multimedia elements do students and computing educators think should be included in e-learning environment for teaching and learning programming languages. This study needs to be carried on the issues and impfe-mentation on educator’s perspective towards the rapid changing in educational technology. This is needed in order to prepare Malaysian educators towards educational technology.
‘chalk & talk’, e-learning, educational technology, self-study, computer-based training
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