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SUMMARY OF INFORMATION ON EACH COURSE (STUDENTS VERSION)

1. Name of
Course/Module

Leadership and Teacher Professional Development


Asas Kepemimpinan dan Perkembangan Profesional Guru

2. Course Code

EDU3083

3. Name(s) of academic Dr Mohd Nordin Abu Bakar


staff
4. Rationale for the
This course is offered so that students can understand basic leadership and
inclusion of the
self development professionally and be able to display leadership
course/module in the characteristics in teaching and learning.
programme
5. Semester and Year
offered

Semester 2 Year 4

6. Total Student
Learning Time (SLT)

Face to Face

L = Lecture
T = Tutorial
P = Practical
A = Assessment

30

15

2.5

30

30

20.5

128

7. Credit Value

8. Prerequisite (if any)

None

9. Course Learning
Outcomes
(CLO)

Total Guided and


Independent Learning

Non Face To Face

At the end of this course students will be able to:

1. Explain the concept of teaching as a profession and characteristics of a


teacher as a professional. (C2, LO1, LO8,EM1)
2. Discuss critically issues on teachers ethics and integrity with reference to
teacherscode of ethics, accountability and integrity. (C4, LO3, LO8,
CTPS1,EM2).
3. Interpret the teachers role as a leader who is a professional based
on the teachers development stages of and with reference to various
relevant resources.(C5, A5, LO3, LO6, LO8, CTPS2, LL1,EM1)
4. Create a self development and career plan that will enable a teacher to
become a professional in the current educational organization (C6,
LO3, LO6, LO8,CTPS3,LL2, EM1)
LEARNING TAXONOMIES

1
2
3
4
5

10. Transferable Skills:

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P
4

P
5
x
x

P
6

P
7

A
1

A
2

Internalizing values
(characterization)

P
3

Valuing

Mechanism

P
2

Organization

Guided response

P
1

Responding

Set

C
6

Receiving

Perception

C
5

Origination

Creating

C
4

AFFECTIVE
DOMAIN

Adaptation

Evaluating

C
3

Complex or overt
response

Analyzing

C
2
x

PSYCHOMOTOR
DOMAIN

Applying

C1

Understanding

CLO

Remembering

COGNITIVE
DOMAIN

A
3

A
4

A
5

x
x
x

Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CTPS2); Life Long Learning and
Information Management (LL1); Ethics and Professional Moral (EM2)

11. Teaching-learning
and assessment
strategy

Teaching-learning strategy:
1. Lecture,tutorial and discussions.
Assessment strategy:

Assessment is divided into two parts that is the Coursework (50%) and the
Final Examination (50%). The coursework is carried out throughout the course
while examination is administered at the end of the semester.
The coursework includes a critical review and also an academic writing. The
coursework is prepared based on the Course Work Guideline Manual (Buku
Panduan Penggubalan Kerja Kursus).
The examination a written test that is prepared based on the Examination
Guideline Manual
(Buku Panduan Penggubalan Kertas Peperiksaan)
Programme Learning
Outcome (PLO)

Teaching and
Learning
Strategies
Lecture
Tutorial

LO1 - Knowledge

Types of Assessment

Written test
Academic writing

LO3 Critical Thinking and


Scientific Approach

Lecture
Tutorial
Discussion

Written test
Critical Review
Academic writing

LO6 Life-long Learning


and Information Management

Lecture
Tutorial
Discussion

Written test
Critical Review
Academic writing

LO8 - Professionalism,
Values, Attitude and Ethics

Lecture
Tutorial
Discussion

Written test
Critical Review
Academic writing

12. Synopsis

This course discusses the concept of a profession; characteristics of a


teacher as a professional; ethics and accountability; stages of teachers
development; leadership and roles of a teacher; organizational structure of
the education system, and the development of teachers professional skills
in schools.

13. Mode of Delivery

Lecture, Tutorial and Discussion

14. Assessment Methods


and Types

Course Work
: 50%
Final Examination : 50%
Types of assessment

Methods of
assessment

Written Test

Final Examination

Coursework

Critical Review
Academic writing

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Percentage
50%
20%
30%

Total SLT

Tutorial

Assessment

face Interaction

Lecture

Practical

Non Face-to-

Tutorial

Assessment

Lecture

Practical

Face-to-face
Interaction

15. Content outline of the course/module and the SLT


per topic

12

16

1. Teaching As A Profession

Concept of profession and professionalism

Characteristics of a teacher as a professional


2 Code of Ethics and Accountability of

Teachers
Concept of ethics
Code of ethics for Malaysian teachers
Accountability of teachers
Teacher Integrity

3. Issues on Ethics of Teachers

Issues on Ethics and Integrity of Teachers


- Teacher politeness
- Teacher concerns
- Teacher disposition
- Business in school
- Part time jobs
- Time management
- Financial management
4. Stages of Teacher Development

Novice teacher
Competent teacher
Effective teacher
Expert teacher
Master teacher

5 Roles Of Primary School Teacher

Roles Of Primary School Teacher


-

Knowledge and skill practitioners


Guidance teacher
Reflective practitioner
Researcher
Social Agent
Change Agent
Taking over parents role
Shaping behaviour
Managing learning

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6.

Teacher Leadership
Basic concept of leadership
Types of leadership
Teacher leadership theories
School leadership
Leadership challenges
Leadership challenges in schools that
implement special education programs

7. .

19

14

Organizational Structure In Education

Organization structure of Ministry of

Education,Malaysia
Organizational structure of State Education
Department and District Education
Department
Organizational structure of school
- Tasks and responsibilities of teachers
- Teacher expectations

Teacher Professional Development and


Life Long Learning
Personal learning plan
Reading culture
Research culture
Thinking/reflective culture
- reflective journal writing
- portfolio management
Discussion (budaya Musyawarah)
Collaboration and cooperative culture
Authentic learning (hands-on)
In-service training
Information retrieval from various sources
8.

17

Course Work

13

13

7.5

7.5

Practical
Revision for examination
Examination
Total
TOTAL FACE TO FACE AND NON-FACE TO FACE
LEARNING TIME

2.5
30

15

30

20.5

30

Face to face
30 hours

30 hours

Tutorial

15 hours

30 hours

Critical Review
(1000 words)

5 hours

Academic Writing

8 hours

Final examination 2.5 hours

7.5 hours

Total

80.5 hours

Credit

47.5 hours

128

Non face to face

Lecture

Total SLT

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2.5

2.5

128 hours
3

18. Main references

Additional references

19. Other additional


information

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Danielson, C. (2006). Teacher leadership that strengthens professional


practice. Alexandria,
VA, USA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Gordon, S. P. (2004). Professional development for school improvement:
Empowering learning communiti es. USA, Boston: Pearson.
Trilling, B. & Fadel, C. (2009). 21st century skills: Learning for life in our
times. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Abdullah, S.Y., Abdul Rashid, M. & Abdul Ghani, A. (2007). Guru sebagai
pemimpin. Kuala Lumpur: PTS Profesional Sdn. Bhd.
Bahagian Pendidikan Guru, Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysi a. (2009).
Standard Guru Malaysia. Shah Alam: Giga Wise Network Sdn. Bhd.
Bahagian Pendidikan Guru, Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia. (2014).Pelan
pembangunan profesionalisme berterusan: Guru dan pemi mpin sekolah.
Putrajaya: Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia.
Bahagian Perancangan dan Penyelidikan Dasar Pendidikan. (2012).
Pendidikan di Malaysia : Memartabatkan Kecemerlangan Pendidikan
Negara. Putrajaya: Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia.
Bahagian Perancangan dan Penyelidikan Dasar Pendidikan. (2012). Dasar
Pendidikan.Negara. Putrajaya: Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia.
Day, C. & Sachs, J. (2005). International handbook on the continuing
professional development of teachers. London: McGraw-Hill International.
Fullan, M. (2007). The new meaning of educational change (4 ed.). USA:
Colombia University: Teachers College Press.
Hurst, B. & Reding, G. (2009). Professionalism in teaching (3ed.). Upper
Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Merri ll Prentice.
None

MAPPING OF COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TO LEARNING OUTCOMES


EDU3083 LEADERSHIP AND TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (3 Credits)

PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES


COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES
LO 1 LO 2 LO 3 LO 4 LO 5 LO 6 LO 7 LO 8 LO 9

Explain the concept of teaching as a


profession and characteristics of a
teacher as a professional. (C2, LO1,
LO8,EM1)

Discuss critically issues on teachers


ethics and integrity with reference to
teacherscode of ethics, accountability
and integrity. (C4, LO3, LO8,
CTPS1,EM2).

Interpret the teachers role as a


leader who is a professional based
on the teachers development stages
of and with reference to various
relevant resources.(C5, A5, LO3, LO6,
LO8, CTPS2, LL1,EM1)

Create a self development and career


plan that will enable a teacher to
become a professional in the current
educational organization (C6, LO3,
LO6, LO8,CTPS3,LL2, EM1)
TOTAL

Methods of
Teaching and
Learning

Assessment

Lecture
Tutorial
Discussion

Written Test
Critical Review
Academic Writing

Lecture
Tutorial
Discussion

Written Test
Critical Review
Academic Writing

Lecture
Tutorial
Discussion

Written Test
Critical Review
Academic Writing

Lecture
Tutorial
Discussion

Written Test

Names of Panelists:

No.

Academic Qualification

Name

Dr. Mohd Nordin bin Abu Bakar


IPGM, Cyberjaya

Haliza bt. Hamzah


IPG Kampus Pendidikan Teknik

Bc.Ed (Sains Pertanian) (UPM),


M.Sc (Educ. Admi n) (UPM),
PhD (Tec & Voc. Educ.(UKM)
B. Sc. Ed (Hons)Biologi
Universiti Malaya
Master of Education (Educational & Child Psychology),
University of Birmingham, UK

External Consultants:
No.
1

Name

Associate Prof Dr. Loh Sau


Cheong

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Positon

Senior Lecturer
Educational Psychology
and Counseling Department

University/ Section

Faculty of Education,
University of Malaya

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