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Aida Suraya Md. Yunus



CURRICULUM VITAE

 

A. MAKLUMAT UMUM (GENERAL INFORMATION)
Nama (Name): Aida Suraya Md. Yunus
Gelaran ( Title) Prof. Dr
Jawatan (Position) Professor / Director of Centre for Academic Development (CADe) UPM
Kelayakan (Qualification) B.Sc. (Ohio State), M.Sc. (West Virginia), Ph.D. (Malaya)
Jabatan (Department) Pendidikan Sains & Teknikal (Science and Technical Education)
Bidang Kepakaran
(Area of Specialisation)
Pendidikan Matematik (Mathematics Education)
Email aida@upm.edu.my
Phone: 03-89468195 / 6175
Homepage:  
 
B. BIODATA

Dr Aida Suraya Md Yunus is a Professor of Mathematics Education and currently, she is the Dean of the Faculty of Educational Studies of Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM). Prior to the appointment as dean, she was the Director of the Centre for Academic Development of UPM and Chairman for the Council for Directors/Heads of Teaching Learning Centres of Public Universities. Dr Aida Suraya is an associate researcher with the lnstitute of Mathematical Research and fellow of the National Higher Education Research lnstitute. 

She has collaborated with the Research lnstitute of Higher Education (RIHE) of Hiroshima University on a project on Academic Profession in Asia (APA).  She did two projects with the Education Research lnstitutes Networks (ERl-Net) of UNESCO Bangkok; ie. (i) Transition from school to higher education (ii) Promotion of teaching personnel in higher education. Currently, she leads a project with the lnnovative Research Universities of Australia to develop Criteria and Standards for Effective Teaching in Higher Education. 

She is recognized as a teaching and learning expert by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia. She is part of several task force committees including the Deputy Chairman for the Development of Criteria for Award of HICOE (Higher Institution Centre of Excellence) for Teaching and Learning, task force for realizing Shift #9 of the Malaysian Education Blueprint on globalized online learning, and the National Committee Member for MOOC Development. The Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MOA) has engaged her expertise in developing the Guideline for Credit Transfer for MOOC and Guideline for Good Practices: Assessment of Students.  She is also a Master Trainer of the Malaysian Higher Education Leadership Academy (AKEPT) for teaching and learning in higher education. She is also one of the writers for the Commonwealth document on Quality Standards in Education. 

She has done numerous training programmes on outcome-based education, assessment of learning outcomes, curriculum development and teaching and learning in higher education for several higher learning institutions (MOA, AKEPT, UPM, UPNM, USIM, UNIMAS, UTEM, UNIMAP, UMS, and polytechnics).

  
C. RESEARCH AREA
  1. Mathematics teaching and learning
  2. Computers in education
  3. Teaching and learning in higher education
 
D. PENERBITAN (PUBLICATION)

Journals

  1. Tan Tong Hock, Aida Suraya Md.Yunus, Ahamd Fauzi Mohd Ayub, Rohani Ahmad Tarmizi (2015). Understanding the Primary School Students. Van Hiele Levels of Geometric Thinking.  Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 11(4), 505-514.
  2. Wan Marzuki Wan Jaafar, Aida Suraya Md.Yunus (2014). Relationship between Psychological Well-being and Age amongst Malaysian. International Journal of Current Research, 6(3), 4.
  3. Abdolreza Lessani, Aida Suraya Md.Yunus, Rohani Ahmad Tarmozi & Rosnaini Mahmud. (2014). Investigating the Content of Mathematics Textbook Used In 8th Grade In Malaysia Based On Content Domain of TIMSS.   International Journal of Education and Research, 2(9), 71 - 84.
  4. Abdolreza Lessani, Aida Suraya Md.Yunus, Rohani Ahmad Tarmozi & Rosnaini Mahmud. (2014). Investigating Malaysian Secondary School Mathematics Teachers’ Perception of National Philosophy of Education.  International Education Studies, 7(10), 122 - 129.
  5. Abdolreza Lessani, Aida Suraya Md.Yunus, Rohani Ahmad Tarmizi & Rosnaini Mahmud. (2014). Effects of Malaysian Secondary Schools Mathematics Teachers’ Familiarity with TIMSS on Students’ Achievement in Mathematics.  International Journal of Education and Research, 2(8), 99 – 110.
  6. Soheila Panahi, Aida Suraya Md Yunus, Rusnani Abdul Kadir, Wan Marzuki Wan Jaafar & Mohammad Saeed Panahi. (2014). Relationship between Psychological Well Being and Age amongst Malaysian Graduates. International Journal of Current Research, 6(3), 5487 – 5490.

Chapter in Book

  1. Aida Suraya Md. Yunus & Vincent Pang (Dec 2015). Academic Promotion in Malaysia: Meeting Academics’ Expectation and Institutional Needs. In F. Huang & A. Arimoto, The Changing Academic Profession In Asia: The Challenges And The Transformation Of Academic Profession In Asia, 61-82.  Hiroshima: Research Institute for Higher Education, Hiroshima University. 
  2. Aida Suraya Md. Yunus & Vincent Pang.  (Feb, 2015).   Career Prospects of the Malaysian Academic Pofession.  In F. Huang & A. Arimoto, The Changing Academic Profession in Asia: The Formation, Work, Academic Productivity and Internationalization of the Academy, 97 – 118.  Hiroshima: Research Institute for Higher Education Hiroshima University.  
  3. Aida Suraya Md. Yunus, Ibrahim Che Omar, & Wan Chang Da.  (2015).   Transition from Secondary Education to Higher Education: Malaysia.  In L.B. Wang (ed), Transition to a Better and Higher Learning, 91 – 108.  Bangkok: UNESCO ERI-Net.
  4. Norzaini Azman, Vincent Pang, Morshidi Sirat & Aida Suraya Md. Yunus.  (2014).   Teaching and Research in Malaysian Public Universities: Synergistic or Antagonistic? In J.C.  Shin, A. Arimoto, W. K. Cummings, & U. Teichler (eds),  Teaching and Research in Contemporary Higher Education: Systems, Activities and Rewards, 255 - 276.  Dordrecht: Springer.
  5. Aida Suraya Md Yunus & Vincent Pang.  (2013). Teaching and Research Concentration of Academics in Malaysian Public Universities.  In F. Huang & A. Aromoto, The Changing Academic Profession in Asia: Teaching, Research, Governance and Management, 131 – 152.  Hiroshima: Research Institute for Higher Education Hiroshima University.  

Proceedings

  1. Aida Suraya Md. Yunus. (2016). Reexamining Our Practices in Teaching School Mathematics.  Seminar on Enhancement of Mathematics Education, Institute for Mathematical Research (INSPEM), UPM.  23rd Aug.  (Keynote Speech)
  2. Aida Suraya Md. Yunus & Vincent Pang (2015). Academic Promotion in Malaysia: Meeting Academics’ Expectation and Institutional Needs. Paper presented at the RIHE International Seminar on The Challenges and The Transformation of Academic Profession in Asia, organized by National Chengchi University, Taiwan and Research Institute for Higher Education, Hiroshima University, held in Taipei, Taiwan 20 – 22 March 2015. 
  3. Ibrahim Che Omar, Aida Suraya Md. Yunus, Norzaini Azman, Ahmad Nurulazam. (2014). Academic Promotions in Malaysian Public Universities Amidst Changing Priorities and Multiple Reward System.  Paper presented in the meeting on Academic Promotion for Teaching Personnel, Hangzhou, China,  26 – 28 Nov.  Hosted by UNESCO Bangkok
  4. Aida Suraya Md. Yunus & Vincent Pang (2014). Career Prospects of the Malaysian Academic Profession. Presented at the RIHE International Seminar on The Changing Academic Profession: The Formation, Work, Academic productivity and Internationalization of the Academy, organized by the Research Institute for Higher Education Hiroshima University, 24-25 Jan 2014.
  5. Soheila Panahi, Aida Suraya Md. Yunus, Rusnani Abd. Kadir, Samsilah Roslan, Wan Marzuki Wan Jaafar & Saeed Panahi (2015). Predictors of Psychological Well-being among Malaysian Graduates.  Presented at the Annual International Conference on Cognitive-Social and Behavioural Sciences, Future Academy, Kyrenia. 3-6 August 2015.
  6. Aida Suraya Md. Yunus. (2014). Massification of Higher Education: Direct and Indirect Consequences.  2014  Senior Seminar: The Many Faces of Asia Pacific Higher Education in the Era of Massification, 17-19 October, Hong Kong Institute of Education. [Invited speaker] 
 
E. PENGAJARAN (TEACHING)
  1. EDU 3069  Mathematics Teaching Methodology
  2. EDU 3713  Issues in Mathematics Teaching
  3. EDU 3712  Mathematics for Secondary School
  4. EDU 5900  Research Methods in Education

Updated:: 04/10/2016 [nazreenp]

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