Taylor's FSLM Journals

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Impact of IR 4.0 on Assessment at Higher Education Institutes
Tharani Ramasamy* and Lee Yee Ling
Abstract: The Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR 4.0) is characterised by the advancements in automation and utilisation of data exchange technology to improve the productivity of manufacturing sectors. IR 4.0 reshapes almost every aspect of life. In the field of education…
Time Management Behaviour During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Focus on Higher Education Students
Judith Nesamalar*, Tan Poh Ling, and Nallamai Singaram
Generally, many students discover that it is hard to find an equilibrium between their academic work and their day-to-day lives. With the COVID-19 pandemic, disruptions were seen in various aspects of life including the educational world. With the implementation of online…
Achieving Graduate Capabilities Through an Online Mooting Module
Lai Mun Onn*
Mooting is a simulated court hearing in which law students argue the legal merits of a fictitious case before a panel of mock judges. When the Control Movement Order (MCO) came into force in March 2020 due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic…
Opinions of Young Adults on Digital Mourning and Public Expressions of Grief on Social Media
Tasia Khairunnisa Azzahra* and Anasuya Jegathevi Jegathesan
Mourning on social media platforms has become increasingly popular. Most studies in the past have focused on individuals who grieve or post grief-related posts instead of the average social media user who interacts with such content. In contrast…..
The Role of Safe Home in Accessing Education for the Children of Sex Workers in Bangladesh
Tasnim Jannat* and Hema Letchamanan
The children of sex workers are vulnerable because they face multiple forms of exploitation such as human trafficking, child labor including sexual exploitation and being forced into criminal activities as well as lack of access to education, and a safe…
A New Disease and a New Experience: Knowledge, Attitude and Perception of Online Learning Among Medical Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Prabal Bhargava*, Khine Pwint Phyu, Lim Yin Sear, Punithavathy Shanmuganathan, Benjamin Samraj Prakash Earnest, Anitha Ponnupillai, Joseph Jacob Panikulam, Low Bin Seng and Lim Su-Yin
The rapid transition to exclusive online teaching and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic has uncovered significant challenges to the delivery of undergraduate medical curricula. We aim to evaluate the knowledge, attitude, and experiences..
Motivations For Early English in Primary Education in Bangladesh: A Critical Dialogic Analysis
Ali Azgor Talukder, Moses Samuel & A N M Tofail Hossain
This paper attempts a dialogic analysis of dominant and oppositional discourses associated with the motivations for an Early English education policy in Bangladesh by attempting to juxtapose them and analyse points of connection or dissonance. A critical dialogic analysis was adopted drawing on the work of Freire and Bakhtin. The analysis of dominant and oppositional discourses opens up transformative…
Interlocking the Interconnection between Gender Beliefs and Capability Deprivation amongst Marginalised Communities: A Conceptual Framework
Nithiya Guna Saigaran
This paper aims to provide a conceptual framework to expand the meaning of poverty beyond income level by using the interconnection of gender beliefs and capability deprivation. The issue of poverty has always been seen and understood from a one dimensional position, and this is highly problematic, as it does not reflect the reality of everyday life of communities and people on the ground, especially the …
Effective and Communicative Domains of Colours with an Emphasis on Forces Scope and Intrinsic Effects of Yellow in the Qur’an
Faezeh Asadi & Atefeh Asadi
While color is a common phenomenon in the world, it creates the most complex domains of communication for human beings. Verse 13 of Surah Al-Nahl describes the creation of the earth in different colours for human beings. Science shows that due to the presence of cone cells in the human eye, the nature of the universe is black, white, and…
Students’ Challenges and Teaching Strategies for Virtual Science Learning in Primary Years during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Shuvra Rahman & Lee Yee Ling
Science education in the primary years is significant as it offers an aspiration for innovation and creativity. In 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic hit the whole world, educational institutes from preschool to tertiary level had to migrate to virtual teaching and learning. Most of the educators and learners were not prepared for this unprecedented…
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