The Fifth Installment of EDU Scholar Webinar Series Focused on ‘Research Made Easy’

The Faculty of Education, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Cawangan Selangor, Kampus Puncak Alam was back with the fifth speaker of its EDU Scholar Webinar Series. Featuring Prof. Dr. Teoh Sian Hoon on Research Made Easy, the session could be accessed via Google Meet, streamed live as well as via Facebook live.

Prof. Dr. Teoh provided a comprehensive guide to carrying out an effective research process, right from the selection of research title, to literature review, conceptual and theoretical framework, before commencing with data analysis. Several models were presented in the discussion of the conceptual and theoretical frameworks: cause and effect, linear, cyclical, hierarchy, matrix, overlapping and layered models. The emphasis for data analysis was on a scientific method, discussing types of statistical test as well as replication particularly in the reliability and generalizability of the original findings.

Prof. Dr. Teoh Sian Hoon is a professor at the Faculty of Education. She is also the Head of Centre for the Science, Mathematics and Physical and Health Education Department. Her research interests include educational mathematics, statistics and e-learning, in particular, hybrid supervision. Visit Prof. Dr. Teoh’s website to obtain more information about her academic and research endeavors:

The EDU Scholar Webinar Series was co-organized by the Research and Innovation Division (RID), UiTM Cawangan Selangor, and the Office of Industrial Research and Networks, Faculty of Education. The series featured five professors from the Faculty of Education and two invited speakers over the course of four months from April until July 2020.  Given the different mix of expertise and experience of these professors, the series showcased topics that were wide-ranging and critical from research and publications to pedagogical strategies and techniques.

The video recording and presentation slides of the session are downloadable from the Faculty of Education’s homepage: