Developing multimedia software for j-QAF year-one students specification on Wuduk (ablution)

Maimun Aqsha Lubis, Yusoff Daud, Rashidi Mohamed Sabri, Hashimah Yusoff, Effandi Zakaria

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This research was to answer the question whether the development of the software was in line with the j-QAF curriculum in Malaysia. It was carried out to determine if the interactive software will be able to assist the teaching and learning Wuduk more effectively. This research also identified the Computer Enhanced Teaching and Learning elements in developing the software. It also evaluated the suitability and the consumers' satisfactory level in the use of the developed software. The conceptual framework of this research was adapted and adopted from Dick & Carey (2005). While the development of software was based on j-QAF AQSHA model (2010) which modified from the ADDIE Design Model (1987). The software was developed by integrating Macromedia Flash CS4 storyboard with Adobe Photoshop for the graphics. Poser 7 Pro was exploited for the three dimensional graphic and Al-Rassam programme for writing the Jawi text. The multimedia software was evaluated formatively and summatively. The evaluation using questionnaire after application of multimedia software was done by taking three specialists and 30 year one-students assisted by the researcher and the j-QAF teachers. The findings exhibited that the students were able to perform wuduk better with the help of the interactive multimedia software. The combination of multimedia elements in the software will be able to make the teaching and learning processes more interesting and meaningful.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)301-314
Number of pages14
JournalInternational Journal of Learning
Volume18
Issue number6
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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  • j-QAF
  • Malaysia
  • Multimedia software
  • Wuduk

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Developing multimedia software for j-QAF year-one students specification on Wuduk (ablution). / Lubis, Maimun Aqsha; Daud, Yusoff; Sabri, Rashidi Mohamed; Yusoff, Hashimah; Zakaria, Effandi.

In: International Journal of Learning, Vol. 18, No. 6, 2012, p. 301-314.

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