Leading Teachers’ Towards the Needs of Pedagogical and Technological Skills Acquisition in the Next Generation Learning Spaces (NGLS)

  • Sanura Jaya Universiti Sains Malaysia, MALAYSIA
  • Rozniza Zaharudin Universiti Sains Malaysia, MALAYSIA
  • Sukor Beram Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Tanjong Malim, Perak, MALAYSIA
Keywords: Teachers’ leadership, Next Generation Learning spaces (NGLS), teachers’ pedagogy, technology tools, design and development research (DDR)

Abstract

This study was conducted to develop Next Generation Learning Spaces (NGLS) in teachers’ pedagogical and technological tools.  This is to explore new perspective in teachers’ pedagogical and technological leadership in secondary schools in Malaysia. Design and development research (DDR) approach as a research design in this study was conducted in three phases; need analysis phase, design and development phase and evaluation phase. The first phase is to identify the needs of having the NGLS pedagogical framework and managing teachers’ leadership in teachers’ pedagogical and technological tools in secondary school in Malaysia. A quantitative approach research design was conducted and the purposive sampling technique was applied to collect data from 260 samples. The overall findings of the first phase showed that the mean score for the learning spaces is the highest (mean = 4.023) followed with the teachers’ pedagogical strategies (mean =3.007).  Technological tools are the lowest mean score (mean=1.708). The main findings of this study indicated the need of Next Generation Learning Spaces among respondents. Therefore, the study provided useful evidence and potential to design and development of pedagogical framework in leading teachers’ pedagogical and technological tools.

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Published
2021-10-12
How to Cite
Jaya, S., Zaharudin, R., & Beram, S. (2021). Leading Teachers’ Towards the Needs of Pedagogical and Technological Skills Acquisition in the Next Generation Learning Spaces (NGLS). Management Research Journal, 10, 1-11. https://doi.org/10.37134/mrj.vol10.sp.1.2021