Enhancing Student Competencies Through Digital Video Production: A Project-based Learning Framework
Purpose: This study purposes to get a demonstration of students’ competencies enhancement through a production of digital video project as a consequence the application of technology through project-based learning (PBL) framework.
Thus, PBL is a key to support students to be more competitive in an external environment.
Design/Methodology/Approach: The respondents were given 4 weeks to plan and organized the video project. Likert-type questionnaire is developed to identify students’ viewpoint on the PBL method in enhancing student competencies. The data were collected through questionnaire from 63 respondents.
Findings: There is a positive significant result in terms of student competencies through PBL framework which provides appropriate structure in determining the level of student competencies.
Implications/Originality/Value: Students able to produce an educational based video on the topic they are learning. By integrating technology in Malaysia Education Curriculum through PBL, student competencies, which consist of communication, collaboration, creation and critical thinking was enhanced. PBL framework provides appropriate structure for determining the level of student competencies. This paper gives a framework which serves as a reference to facilitate the relevant policy- making in the secondary school education trend. This study adds to the comprehension on how PBL should be implemented in the classrooms to encourage students in to pursuing STEAM majors at the higher level.
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