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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies

Jul 11, 2019 Volume 13, Number 7

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Table of Contents

Number of papers: 9

  1. Active Learning Using Digital Smart Board to Enhance Primary School Students’ Learning

    Soh Mun, University Technology Malaysia; Abdul Abdullah, Mahani Mokhtar, Dayana Ali, Nurul Jumaat, Zakiah Ashari, Norazrena Samah & Khairul Rahman

    Digital smart board is one of interactive technology tools which has been used widely in schools to facilitate teaching and learning. Empirical evidence shows that digital smart board allows... More

    pp. 4-16

  2. The Needs of Collaborative Tool for Practicing Pair Programming in Educational Setting

    Ani Asnawi, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM); Amalina Ahmad, International Islamic University Malaysia; Nor Mohamed Azmin, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM); Kamsiah Ismail, Ahmad Jusoh, Siti Ibrahim & Huda Mohd Ramli

    Pair programming is a technique which is introduced for helping programmers to develop high quality codes. Beside technical aspects, collaboration and working in team are the important skills... More

    pp. 17-30

  3. Teaching Fundamental Programming Using Augmented Reality

    Salin Boonbrahm, Poonpong Boonbrahm, Charlee Kaewrat, Prasert Pengkaew & Prathomjit Khachorncharoenkul, Walailak University

    To learn a programming language, the students have to understand the logical flow of the commands as well as the syntax. The logical flow might be more difficult to understand when compared with a ... More

    pp. 31-43

  4. Understanding the Level of Self-Directed Learning and Decision-Making Style of Construction-Related Workers

    Norhazren Mohd, Kherun Ali, Shirin Ebrahimi & Ahmad Ahmad Fauzi, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

    Current serious game framework still lacks in fulfilling the user's requirements. This is due to the framework elements which only focus on the process of delivery. Hence, this study was carried... More

    pp. 44-53

  5. Android Application for Children to Learn Basic Solat

    Norhasyimah Hamzah, Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia; Noor Abd Halim, School of Education, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia; Mohammad Hassan & Arihasnida Ariffin, Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia

    The existence of mobile learning application has provided an opportunity for Islamic knowledge to be delivered widely. Accordingly, Muslim application developers have been developing Islamic-based ... More

    pp. 69-79

  6. Development of Jawi Spelling Skills Mobile Applications, 'Oh Jawiku'

    Noor Mohd Rashid, Shaharuddin Md Salleh & Norah Md Noor, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

    In the past, Jawi script was the main medium of intermediation in Malaya. However, since the emergence of the Roman script, the use of Jawi script has been marginalized causing less awareness among... More

    pp. 80-89

  7. Digital Game Based Learning of Stack Data Structure Using Question Prompts

    Rosni Ramle, D'oria Rosli, Shelena Soosay Nathan & Mazniha Berahim, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia

    Data structure and algorithm is an important course in computer science and information technology programs, applied in almost all courses. Failure to master it will affect student's academic... More

    pp. 90-102

  8. Vocabulary Learning Through Mobile Apps: A Phenomenological Inquiry of Student Acceptance and Desired Apps Features

    Farhana Deris, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia; Nor Shukor

    Vocabulary plays a great role in language learning as learners would face difficulties in language learning if they have insufficient vocabulary knowledge. The advent of new technologies has... More

    pp. 129-140

  9. A Rasch Model Analysis on Junior High School Students' Scientific Reasoning Ability

    Mustika Wati, Saiyidah Mahtari, Sri Hartini & Heny Amelia, Universitas Lambung Mangkurat

    Science education that emphasizes only the count is not relevant at the moment. Students must make scientific reasoning in answering the problem. This study aims to determine students' scientific... More

    pp. 141-149