• Tee Tze Kiong Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris
  • Mohamed Nor Azhari Azman Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris
  • Jailani Md Yunos Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia
  • Yee Mei Heong Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia
  • Mimi Mohaffyza Mohamad Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia
  • Baharom Mohamad Universiti Malaysia Sabah
  • Widad Othman Open University Malaysia
Keywords: Self-instructional module, Thinking Skills, Evaluation, Quality


Using self-instructional modules could be an alternative approach and make significant contributions to teaching and learning.  Module is a planned series of learning activities designed carefully to assist the learners to accomplish certain specific objectives based on individual differences, interest and capability on learning.  An attempt to develop and implement a modular approach on teaching thinking skills was made in the secondary school.  This paper will discuss various components of this modular approach by referring to Meyer Model.  Fleiss’s Kappa was used to determine the degree to which consensus agreement ratings vary from the rate expected by chance, with values greater than .60 indicating substantial non-chance agreement.  Fleiss’s Kappa for the inter-rater reliability score was κ = .6357, S.E. = .0990, 95% C.I. = .4416 to .8298, which can be taken to represent constant agreement among three raters for the instrument “Rating scale for the qualities of a module”.  The internal-consistency reliability value for the instrument “What you thought of the module” was α = .89 based on 38 students.  Analysis on the qualities’ evaluation revealed that eight raters showed an agreement on satisfactory level and above for all 34 items.  Meanwhile, 36 students gave positive feedbacks on the format and content of the module.  


Download data is not yet available.
How to Cite
Kiong, T. T., Azman, M. N. A., Md Yunos, J., Heong, Y. M., Mohamad, M. M., Mohamad, B., & Othman, W. (1). THE DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF THE QUALITIES OF THINKING SKILLS MODULE. Journal of Technical Education and Training, 5(1). Retrieved from

Most read articles by the same author(s)