Fitri Suraya Mohamad

is currently Associate Professor at the Faculty of Cognitive Sciences & Human Development, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS). She holds a doctorate from the prestigious Institute of Education (now part of University College London - UCL), United Kingdom. She has presented, published, and supervised Masters and PhDs on topics related to Educational Technology, Teacher Knowledge, and Remote Rural Education for Children. She has more than twenty years of experience, teaching Linguistics, Cognition and Learning, Research Methodology and Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.


Last update: March 2021


Articles published on IXD&A:


Emergency Remote Teaching Scenarios, Struggles and Soundboxes: A Case Study on Malaysian Teachers, N. 46, pp. 13 - 28,  abstractdownload


Game-based learning to teach Higher Order thinking in Rural Schools - Case studies in Sarawak Borneo, N. 41, pp. 78 - 86,  abstractdownload