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Dr Sallimah M. Salleh Senior Assistant Professor, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Education and Deputy Dean, Research

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Dr Sallimah M. Salleh

Senior Assistant Professor, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Education and Deputy Dean, Research sallimah.salleh@ubd.edu.bn


ABOUT ME

Dr. Hajah Sallimah Haji Mohd. Salleh is currently a Senior Assistant Professor and the Deputy Dean (Research) at the Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Education, Universiti Brunei Darussalam. Her research interests include teachers technology enriched/enhanced instruction and technological, pedagogical and content knowledge (TPACK), teachers’ context beliefs and attitudes towards technology integration, and quantitative research methods, particularly structural equation modeling analyses of data. Among her international research collaboration are as follows:
• She has headed a team of three researchers from UBD and completed two respective research collaboration with researchers from Osaka University, Japan entitled “The status quo of Bruneian and Japanese secondary school teachers’ implementation of information and communication technology in teaching: A comparative study” which was presented at the Asia-Pacific Telecommunications and ICT Development Forum in Chennai, India in July 2006 and published a book report (Sallimah & Lampoh, 2007); and Headmasters and ICT: Approaches in making the connection which was presented at the Asia-Pacific Telecommuncationas and ICT Development Forum in Tokyo, Japan in 2007.
• She participated as research team member in a project for the ASEAN Foundation entitled “Attitudes and awareness towards ASEAN: Findings of a Ten Nation Survey” in 2007-08.
• As a member of the survey conducted by Researchers of Oita University, Japan on "Comparative Study On Education For Aseanness And Citizenship EducationIn Ten Countries” for 2010 – 2014.
• In 2014, she was a member of the ASEAN Cyber University (ACU) Project in collaboration with Seoul Cyber University, Republic of Korea.
• In 2013, She was recognised as Microsoft Faculty Fellow for faculty development programme for Technology Enriched Instruction and has conducted workshops for UBD and China Normal University, Wuhan

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Technology Enriched Instruction/Implementation in Teaching and Learning
Teachers' Technological, Pedagogical and Content knowledge (TPACK)
Students' conceptions of science concepts
Teachers' beliefs and intentions
Personalized learning

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FUTURE PROJECTS

INNOVATIVE INTERDISCIPLINARY CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT (IICA)

This research project consists of five designed-based studies to inform the applicability of the proposed Innovative Inter-disciplinary Curriculum and Assessment Model (IICA) in (a) disseminating interest and motivation in students’ learning of science and mathematics, (b) instilling spiritual and social awareness embedded in the scientific and mathematical concepts, (c) promoting students’ understanding of science and mathematic concepts, and (d) improving students achievement in science and mathematics curriculum. The activities planned are: (1) Designing curriculum using a modified technological, pedagogical and content knowledge framework with personalized multi-model assessments or the Personalized Pedagogy, Assessment and Technology (PPAT) matrix; (2) Implementing and evaluating the CUP strategy for the teaching and learning (pedagogy) of the content in selected schools; (3) Investigating students’ understanding of the content through the social-semiotics and language integration; (4) Investigating the outcomes of multi-model formative assessments of students’ learning of science and mathematics concepts, and (5) Examining the effect of teacher-student interactions on students’ mathematising development. The outcome of the research project will be i) the Model for Innovative Inter-disciplinary Curriculum and Assessment for curriculum and assessment design, which can be replicated and disseminated to teachers as part of their continuous professional development. ii) innovative teaching and learning resources developed through the implementation of the IICA model. iii) books and journal articles publications on IICA model in international reputable publication houses.

Application invited for: Masters of Education (by Research) PhD in Education

Innovating Classroom Teaching and Learning: Design and Implementation

This research project aims to improve students’ achievement in Science, Mathematics and Language education. This research proposes an intervention strategy that will inform stake-holders on how an innovative classroom teaching could promote conceptual understanding, and motivate students to participate in Science, Mathematics and English education. The aim of this study is to design an innovative inter-disciplinary curriculum, develop resources using applications for a technology enhanced teaching and learning, implement the curriculum in classroom using the proto-type resource, and assess the impact of the innovative inter-disciplinary curriculum and resource application in primary and secondary school students’ achievement and attainment of conceptual understanding. It is hypothesized that the innovative inter-disciplinary curriculum will be a useful model for classroom teachers to replicate, and the application for resource development can be used to develop teaching and learning materials. Such model and applications will empower teachers to collaborate in designing their own inter-disciplinary curriculum and resources. The outcome of the research will have a significant contribution towards teaching and learning in primary and secondary Science, Mathematics and English language education, which will be indicated by the improved students’ achievement and the attainment of the concepts, and observed interest to pursue Science, Mathematics and English at higher education.

Application invited for: Masters of Education (by research) PhD in Education


RECENT PUBLICATIONS

1. Sallimah, S. (2016). Examining the influence of teachers’ beliefs towards technology integration in classroom. The International of Information and Learning Technology. 33(1). 17-35. (Scopus indexed: Q2 H- Index = 14; SJR (2014) :0.279; IPP (2014) = 0.833; SNIP (2014) = 1.019)

2. Sabani, N.; Hardaker, G.; Sabki, A.; & Salleh, S. (2016). Understandings of Islamic pedagogy for personalized learning. The International of Information and Learning Technology. 33(2), 78 – 90. (Scopus indexed: Q2 H- Index = 14; SJR (2014) :0.279; IPP (2014) = 0.833; SNIP (2014) = 1.019)

3. Finti, H. N. F. M. M., Shahrill, M., & Salleh, S. M. (2016). Integrating virtual manipulative with the use of iPad in the teaching and learning of fractions. Knowledge Management& E-Learning: An International Journal (KM&EL), 8(4). [Scopus-Indexed, 2015 SJR: Q3, H-Index: 10].

4. Amdan, E. & Salleh, S. (2017). e-Learning applications and computer graphics games for education: Design Framework INFORMATION, 19. (Scopus-Indexed, SJR 2015 : 0.221, Q2, H Index :13).

5. Lot, M. & Salleh, S. (2017). Game-based learning as a platform for formative assessment in Principle of Account. INFORMATION, 19. (Scopus-Indexed, SJR 2015: 0.221, Q2, H Index :13).


TOP PUBLICATIONS

1. Sallimah, S. (2016). Examining the influence of teachers’ beliefs towards technology integration in classroom. The International of Information and Learning Technology. 33(1). 17-35. (Scopus indexed: Q2 H- Index = 14; SJR (2014) :0.279; IPP (2014) = 0.833; SNIP (2014) = 1.019)

2. Sabani, N.; Hardaker, G.; Sabki, A.; & Salleh, S. (2016). Understandings of Islamic pedagogy for personalized learning. The International of Information and Learning Technology. 33(2), 78 – 90. (Scopus indexed: Q2 H- Index = 14; SJR (2014) :0.279; IPP (2014) = 0.833; SNIP (2014) = 1.019)

3. Harrisman, A.; Salleh, M.S. & Shahrill, M. (2015). Technology integration in the context of Brunei Primary schools. Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology. Special (2). 548-558. (Scopus Indexed : Q2 H Index: 16, SJR (2014): 0.486; IPP (2014) = 0.490; SNIP (2014) = 0.677)

4. Sallimah, M. S. & Laxman, K. (2014). Investigating the factors influencing teachers’ use of ICT in teaching in Bruneian secondary schools. Education and Information Technologies. 19 (4). pp. 747-762. (Scopus indexed: SJR(2015):0.528, Q2,H- Index= 23).4.

5. Amdan, E. & Salleh, S. (2017). e-Learning applications and computer graphics games for education: Design Framework INFORMATION, 19. (Scopus-Indexed, SJR 2015 : 0.221, Q2, H Index :13).


GRANT DETAILS

Grant No : BRC/12/2015
Project Title: Adaptive Portfolio for Personalize learning (APPL) e-portfolios, Islamic pedagogy learner analytics, predictive learning.
PI : Professor Glenn Hardaker
Role: Member
Stat Date: April 2016
End Date: Mar 2019


RESEARCH OUTPUTS (PATENTS, SOFTWARE, PUBLICATIONS, PRODUCTS)

1. A Book Report : Sallimah, M.S., & Lampoh, A. (2007). A comparative study of ICT: Survey of Japanese and Bruneian teachers. Bandar Seri Begawan: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka Brunei.