Keynote

Dr. OT
Othman Talib

CURRICULUM VITAE 

A. MAKLUMAT UMUM (GENERAL INFORMATION)
Nama (Name): Othman Talib
Gelaran ( Title) Dr
Jawatan (Position) Pensyarah Kanan (Senior Lecturer)
Kelayakan (Qualification) SmSn (UKM), M.Sc (UPM), EdD (ADELAIDE)
Jabatan (Department) Pendidikan Sains & Teknikal (Science and Technical Education)
Bidang Kepakaran
(Area of Specialisation)
Pendidikan Sains (Science Education)
Email ot@upm.edu.my
Phone: 603) 89468121
Homepage: http://drotspss.blogspot.com/
B. KEPAKARAN
Othman Talib mendapat pendidikan menengah dan pasca menengah di Sekolah Menengah King George V, Seremban dan Pusat Matrikulasi Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). Beliau mendapat ijazah pertama dalam bdang Kimia dari UKM pada tahun 1986. Setahun kemudian beliau menjawat jawatan Guru Kimia di Pusat Matrikulasi, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM). Beliau kemudian mendapat Ijzah Sarjana dalam Pedagogi daripada UPM dan kemudiannya pada tahun 2000 menjawat jawatan pensyarah di Fakulti Pengajian Pendidikan, UPM. Pada tahun 2003, beliau melanjutkan pelajaran bagi mendapatkan ijazah kedoktoran di University of Adelaide, Australia. Beliau telahpun mendapat ijazah Doctor in Education pada tahun 2007.

Dr. Othman Talib completed his secondary and post-secondary education at the King George V Secondary School, Seremban and the Matriculation Centre, University Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). He completed his first degree in Chemistry from UKM in 1986. A year later, he was appointed as a Chemistry teacher at the Matriculation Centre, University Putra Malaysia (UPM). He completed his Master in Pedagogy from UPM in 1999 and then in February 2000, was appointed as a lecturer with the Faculty of Educational Studies, UPM. In 2003, he pursued his study for the Doctor of Education degree at the University of Adelaide, Australia. He obtained the Doctor of Education degree in 2007.

C. BIDANG PENYELIDIKAN (RESEARCH AREA)
  1. Computer in Education
  2. Science education and constructivism
  3. Chemistry education and students’ conceptual change
  4. Computer animation to teach complex and dynamic science concepts
  5. Inventory for readiness in science learning
  6. Flash / short animation in science education
  7. Students’ misconception in science / chemistry
  8. Experimental research in science education
  9. How students learn and understand science concepts
  10. Methods of teaching science / chemistry
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