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Abd Rahman, Fadzilah and Scaife, Jon and Yahya, Nurul Aini and Ab Jalil, Habibah (2010) Knowledge of diverse learners : implications for the practice of teaching. International Journal of Instruction, 3 (2). pp. 83-96. ISSN 1694-609X; ESSN: 1308-1470
Mohd Tajuddin, Nor’ain and Ahmad Tarmizi, Rohani and Konting, Mohd Majid and Wan Ali, Wan Zah (2009) Instructional efficiency of the integration of graphic calculators in teaching and learning mathematics. International Journal of Instruction, 2 (2). pp. 11-30. ISSN 1694-609X
Mojgan, Afshari and Abu Bakar, Kamariah and Wong, Su Luan and Abu Samah, Bahaman and Foo, Say Fooi (2009) Factors affecting teachers' use of information and communication technology. International Journal of Instruction, 2 (1). pp. 77-104. ISSN 1694-609X
Md. Khambari, Mas Nida and Moses, Priscilla and Wong, Su Luan (2009) Laptop ownership and use among educators: Reflections from school teachers in Malaysia. International Journal of Instruction, 2 (2). pp. 48-72. ISSN 1694-609X
Sulaiman, Tajularipin and Hassan, Aminuddin and Baki, Roselan (2009) Readiness of year 1 students to learn science process skills in english : A Malaysian experience. International Journal of Instruction, 2 (1). pp. 17-26. ISSN 1694-609X
Tsai, Chen Chien and Md.Yunus, Aida Suraya and Wan Ali, Wan Zah and Bakar, Ab. Rahim (2008) The effect of an intelligent tutoring system (ITS) on student achievement in algebraic expression. International Journal of Instruction, 1 (2). pp. 25-38. ISSN 1694-609X
Ab. Jalil, Habibah and McFarlane, Angela and Ismail, Ismi Arif and Rahman, Fadzilah (2008) Assisted performance – a pragmatic conception of online learning. International Journal of Instruction, 1 (2). pp. 57-76. ISSN 1694-609X
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