Sorotan Literatur Bersistematik Terhadap Komuniti Pembelajaran Profesional dalam kalangan Guru Matematik Sekolah

  • Hajar Mohamed Fakulti Pendidikan, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Malaysia
  • Siti Mistima Maat Fakulti Pendidikan, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Malaysia
Keywords: komuniti pembelajaran profesional, guru matematik, aktiviti

Abstract

Komuniti Pembelajaran Profesional (Professional Learning Community, PLC) disenaraikan sebagai salah satu aktiviti Pembangunan Profesionalisme Berterusan (PBB) oleh Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia (KPM). Agenda KPM ini adalah agar guru secara berterusan melengkapkan dan dilengkapi dengan ciri-ciri pendidik professional abad ke-21. Amalan PLC dalam kalangan guru matematik di Malaysia amat memerlukan anjakan agresif. Oleh itu artikel ini menjalankan kajian sorotan literatur bersistematik terhadap amalan PLC dalam kalangan guru matematik diperingkat global. Tujuan kajian ini adalah untuk meninjau amalan PLC di seluruh dunia dan strategi atau elemen yang digunakan. Strategi atau elemen yang merujuk kepada aktiviti PLC yang dilaksanakan dikategorikan kepada Bengkel dan Kursus, Perkongsian dan Perbincangan Dalam Komuniti, Kumpulan Lesson Study dan Kumpulan Penyelidikan. Melalui empat fasa pemilihan berpandukan Penyata PRISMA, 143 artikel berjaya dipilih pada fasa pertama. Carian artikel menggunakan kata kunci “Professional Learning Community” dan “Mathematics Teacher” dilakukan melalui pengkalan data utama Scopus dan Eric. Enam kriteria pemilihan berserta pengecualian telah memilih 30 artikel untuk disintesis pada fasa kelayakan. Dapatan analisis ini mengenalpasti 15 negara yang terlibat dan Amerika Syarikat telah mendahului dalam kajian PLC melibatkan guru matematik. Kajian ini mendapati bahawa amalan PLC pesat dijalankan dengan pelbagai strategi yang boleh dijadikan rujukan komuniti guru di Malaysia khususnya. Mendepani sistem pendidikan semasa pandemik Covid-19, perlaksanaan PLC berstruktur dan berterusan perlu difikirkan. Platform Google Classroom disarankan sebagai titik permulaan dalam usaha mengekalkan kualiti guru yang kekal releven dan efektif dalam ekosistem pendidikan dinamik, mencabar dan sentiasa menuntut keberhasilan murid yang holistik serta menepati kualiti global.

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2021-10-10
How to Cite
Mohamed, H. and Maat, S. M. (2021) “Sorotan Literatur Bersistematik Terhadap Komuniti Pembelajaran Profesional dalam kalangan Guru Matematik Sekolah”, Malaysian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (MJSSH), 6(10), pp. 164 - 176. doi: https://doi.org/10.47405/mjssh.v6i10.1066.
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