Category: School of Education

ISPC 2019 provides an opportunity to create innovative leaders with new talents in the field of social sciences and humanities.

ISPC 2019 organized by the Faculty of Social Science and Humanities (FSSH) aimed to provide opportunities to create innovative leaders with new talents in the social sciences and humanities field.

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3rd International Conference of Educational Studies (ICES) 2019

This conference was the third biennial conference of ICES. The first conference was in 2015. Since it was first organised, there were more than 100 participants from local and international. The participants encompassed of students and academic staff from various institutions. For the second ICES, there were more than 20 teachers involved as presenters and participants. For the third ICES, there were more than 120 presenters and participants whom majority are local academicians and PG students from various universities.

The paper presented were under various themes ranging from educational policies and issues to ethnicity, culture and psycholinguistics. 

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Highlighting the psychological impact of smartphones on students at the 9th International Conference on Non-Ionizing Radiation (ICNIR 2019)

The organising committee approached Dr Narina to be one of the key speakers in this conference based on a publication of her research work with her PhD student. Even though the conference was highly technical conference which related to the field of pure science and engineering, yet Dr Narina was given a chance to share her research findings about relationship between stress, emotional regulation strategies and problematic smartphones among the Malaysian university students, as well as the mediating effect of smartphone use motive on these variables. Even though this is still an on-going research, Dr Narina was able to share some parts of the research findings with the audience. Dr Narina was the only none pure science key speaker in this conference.

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Multi-sensory Smart Room (MSSR) in Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) is the first multi-sensory room in Malaysia that operates with an automated monitoring system using IoT technology. It is designed as an alternative to the Snoezelen Multi-Sensory Room. MSSR is a project initiated by Ts. Dr. Dayana Farzeeha Ali and Dr. Muhammad Khair Noordin from School of Education, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, UTM.

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