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  • Creative and Innovative Teaching Method to Make Learning More Meaningful   [CCE 2013]
  • Author(s)
  • Rosnani Jusoh
  • ABSTRACT
  • Nowadays, faced with a rapidly changing society, innovation is necessary in life. Developing talents in creativity has become an important goal of educational reform and economic development for all countries in the world. When challenged by global competition, innovation is an assurance to enhance competitiveness, and creativity or innovation can be greatly cultivated through education. Thus, to enable students to be creative, teaching must be innovative and creative so as to improve the leaner’s innovative capability. School teaching must adjust to the need of social development, replacing teaching method that are too rigid with modern means of teaching, interactive teaching methods and customised teaching content to develop the learners’ innovative spirit and capabilities. Therefore, this study aimed to identify the teaching and learning innovation among the teachers who teaching Entrepreneurship Education in Technical School in Malaysia. The study was conducted based on a survey method using questionnaires. Questionnaires were used to get the description of the items according to the facts to be achieved in this study. The descriptive study also used to obtain quantitative data regarding students’ perceptions of teaching and learning innovation in Entrepreneur-ship Education.
  • KEYWORDS
  • Innovation in Teaching and Learning, Entrepreneurship Education
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