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Ronald, A. S. (2014). Critical Thinking and Collaboration: A Strategy to Enhance Student Learning. Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, 12, 25-30.

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  • TITLE: iGen Digital Learners: Let’s Collaborate via Coggle

    AUTHORS: Pavitthra Arulchelvan, Prathibarani Veramuthu, Perbinder Kaur Pajan Singh, Melor Md Yunus

    KEYWORDS: Active Collaboration, 21st Century Learning, English Language Digital Learn-ing, Social Constructivism, Learning Equivalence Theory

    JOURNAL NAME: Creative Education, Vol.10 No.1, January 23, 2019

    ABSTRACT: The Forth Industrial Revolution emphasizes creativity skill in the demand of 21stcentury learning:requiring learners to be active and responsive. Therefore, this innovation is a switch from the traditional paper-pencil method to digital based learning; aiming to facilitate students in the primary and secondary schools to collaborate and respond actively by exploring effectively a variety of topics and skills through the pictorial module guidelines. Significantly, the integration of listening, speaking, reading, writing, grammar and language arts skills wasignited through fun and creative manners. This study involved 40 primary and 40 secondary participants from Klang, Selangor, Cameron Highlands, Pahang and Ipoh, Perak. The action research data were gathered through pre and post-tests, observations and survey questionnaires. It was evidenced that students were able to collaborate and brainstorm ideas clearly using Coggle. They sustained high level of attention, interest, active participation and engagement throughout the lessons. Observations revealed that students had the ability to expand the digital mind maps from pictures to words, phrases, sentences and paragraphs. It provided technologyinfused fun learning context which instilled and boostedstudents’ self-confidenceand kindle interest in using English Language communicatively through active knowledge construction. Hence, this innovation can be utilized effectively by educators throughout Malaysia due to its flexible features to enhance English Language learning and teaching.