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Science-Related Aspirations of Career Based on Learning Content in Upper Secondary Level

Title :
Science-Related Aspirations of Career Based on Learning Content in Upper Secondary Level
Author(s) :
Husin, Mohd Razimi; Ahmad, Hishamuddin Bin; Mustafa, Muhammad Bazlan Bin; Panessai, Ismail Yusuf; Ramlan
Source :
International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education, v9 n4 p920-925 Dec 2020. 6 pp.
Availability :
Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science. C5 Plumbon, Banguntapan, Yogyakarta, 55198, Indonesia. Tel: +62-274-4534501; Fax: +62-274-564604; e-mail: ; Web site: http://ijere.iaescore.com/
Peer Reviewed :
Y
ISSN :
2252-8822
Descriptors :
Science Careers, Occupational Aspiration, Student Experience, High School Students, Secondary School Science, Science Instruction, Instructional Effectiveness, Relevance (Education), Education Work Relationship, Science Achievement, Foreign Countries, Hands on Science, Adolescents, Career Choice
Abstractor :
As Provided
Number of References :
-1
Language :
English
Number of Pages :
6
Education Level :
High Schools; Secondary Education
Publication Type :
Journal Articles; Reports - Research
Journal Code :
JAN2021
Entry Date :
2020
Accession Number :
EJ1274769
Academic Journal
This study used qualitative approach which involves interviews that are analyze using Nvivo software. Qualitative approach which uses phenomenological design to reflect on the experience of the former students towards their experience and learning contents of secondary school upper level science core subject which impacted their career aspirations today. Twelve experience workers were selected through purposeful sampling. The results show that most respondent just got C for their Science Subject in Malaysian Certificate of Education (MCE). The certain techniques including the use of the learning aids and room were very effective; while contents of fluid and organs were much related to works. This study has revealed the effective techniques of learning experiences that beneficial to all educators.

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