Authors

Ts. Dr.Tze Kiong Tee

Lecturer

Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia

Malaysia

tktee@uthm.edu.my

Issue 15

Field of expertise/main research projects:
Teaching and Learning in TVET, Higher Order Thinking Skills, Modular Approach in Teaching and Learning


Articles byTze Kiong Tee

Editorial Issue 21: The Role of Excellence in Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET)

Editorial Issue 21: The Role of Excellence in Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET)

Excellence in education can have different forms and definitions: while some understand vocational excellence as synonymous with high-quality TVET, others see excellence in providing learners with skills and abilities which guarantee employment through their labour market relevance. Excellence can also be achieved by adapting TVET programmes to current megatrends such as digitalization, Industry 4.0, artificial intelligence and environmental sustainability. Another definition might include the role of vocational excellence for achieving resilience of TVET systems vis-à-vis societal challenges, such as the demographic transition, migration or unemployment. In order for excellent TVET providers to address these challenges, one needs to find out how to identify and promote the drivers of vocational excellence.

Vocational Pedagogy Approaches Framework for Malaysian Engineering TVET Teachers

Vocational Colleges (VC) play an important role in producing a skilled and semi-skilled workforce in Malaysia. Consequently, TVET teachers must master the occupational skills required to deliver the contents of the lesson to create a harmonious and effective learning environment which enhances the quality of TVET graduates. Thus, this study was conducted to explore the practice of vocational pedagogies among the engineering TVET teachers. The vocational pedagogy approaches in this study consisted of (1) the dominant use of teaching and learning strategies (UNESCO-UNEVOC 2014), (2) the dominant practice of vocational pedagogical decisions (UNESCO-UNEVOC 2014), and (3) the dominant activities and web apps used to achieve the goal of learning outcomes (Padagogy Wheel 4.1 by Carrington 2015). A cross-sectional survey was employed as research design for this study by utilizing a set of questionnaires.

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