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Empowering the Self-Efficacy of Teachers in Malaysia through the Academic Revolution 4.0

Nor Asmawati Ismail, Najihah Abd Wahid
2018 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
One of the vital elements in the dimension of teacher's self-efficacy is the teaching strategy in classrooms. However, the Malaysia Education Blueprint (2013)(2014)(2015)(2016)(2017)(2018)(2019)(2020)(2021)(2022)(2023)(2024)(2025) reported that the high standard of teaching by opting many of the best practices of pedagogy only totalled 12%, meanwhile 38% still on the satisfaction level. On the other side, 50% from the research's observation indicated that the delivered teaching considered to be
more » ... ng considered to be unsatisfied. The teaching becomes dull and unattractive whenever the teachers are depending more on the passive lecture method during delivering the content of the subject. Hence, through the content analysis, this research was trying to examine the current teaching's design that can be applied by teachers during teaching and facilitating. This research paper indicates the findings that the high-efficacy of teachers need to become skilled at the field of information technology since the current students of Z and Alpha generation are preferring to follow the learning session that is assisted by the modern telecommunication tools. The findings also summarizing that the teachers need to have a paradigm shift in the process of delivering the knowledge, hence the teachers and students are not lagging behind the stream of revolution 4.0 and the demands of education in this 21st century.
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v8-i11/4966 fatcat:kdqb52hkjjeyrp3zejkgqi34ca