LEVEL OF LEARNING CLIMATE AMONG PART TIME STUDENTS IN A MALAYSIA RESEARCH UNIVERSITY
This paper aims to investigate the level of learning climate in a Malaysia research university A total of 400 Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) part time students are selected as the respondents of this study. The measurement tool undertaken in the data collection is Learning Climate Scale by Ramdsen (2003). There are five dimensions used to measure learning climate that includes good teaching, clear goals and standards, appropriate workloads, continuous assessment and generic skills. Data of the study are then analyzed using descriptive analysis that includes percentage, frequency and mean score. The finding of the study demonstrates learning climate is viewed as satisfactory among the respondents.
KEYWORDS: learning climate, good teaching, clear goals and standards, appropriate workloads, continuous assessment, generic skills
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