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Type :article
Subject :L Education
Main Author :Zulkifley Mohamed
Additional Authors :Haniza Hanim Mohd Zain
Razak Abd. Samad Yahya
Muhd Ibrahim Muhamad Damanhuri
Title : Assessing the relationship between program education objectives and program learning outcomes in outcome-based education using partial least squares-structural equation model
Place of Production :Tanjong Malim
Publisher :Fakulti Sains dan Matematik
Year of Publication :2019
Corporate Name :Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris
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Abstract : Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris
Institution of higher learning in Malaysia has implemented an Outcome-Based Education (OBE) since 2007. Among the crucial components of OBE were the Program Education Objectives (PEOs) and Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs). The development of PEOs has to take into consideration the involvement of stakeholders, in order to address their needs and requirements and also must in line with the institutional vision and mission. PLOs, on the other hand, has to be aligned with PEOs to attain OBE. The study withal strive the relationship between PLOs and PEOs in OBE by using Partial Least Squares-Structural Equation Model (PLS-SEM) approach as the sample size was too small to utilize Structural Equation Modelling-Analysis of Moment Structure (SEM-AMOS). A simple random sampling was used to select 90 teachers throughout Malaysia. The selected teachers were a graduate of Sultan Idris Education University's (UPSI) Mathematics Education Degree (BEd Maths). From the analysis, it revealed that all the relationships in the developed model were significant at p

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