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By Chan Yuen Fook, Gurnam Kaur Sidhu, Suthagar Narasuman, Lee Lai Fong, Shireena Basree Abdul Rahman

The ebook contains papers awarded on the seventh overseas convention on college studying and educating (InCULT) 2014, which was once hosted through the Asian Centre for learn on collage studying and instructing (ACRULeT) positioned on the college of schooling, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam, Malaysia. It used to be co-hosted via the collage of Hertfordshire, united kingdom; the college of South Australia; the college of Ohio, united states; Taylor’s college, Malaysia and the educational Academy for better schooling (AKEPT), Ministry of schooling, Malaysia. a complete of a hundred sixty five papers have been provided by means of audio system from all over the world in keeping with the subject “Educate to Innovate within the twenty first Century.” The papers during this well timed e-book disguise the most recent advancements, concerns and matters within the box of training and studying and supply a useful reference source on collage educating and studying for academics, educators, researchers and coverage makers.

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Scientific concepts and processes required for personal decision-making, participation in civic and cultural affairs, and economic productivity” (National Research Council 1996, p. 22). One of the ways to achieve science literacy among students is to ensure that they understand the nature of scientific knowledge, or better known as the Nature of Science. 2 Nature of Science NOS can be defined simply as an epistemology of science or how science is done (Lederman et al. 2002). Although there has been much disputes among historians, sociologists, philosophers and scientists on what and which nature of science should be manifested to students, most researchers believe that there are seven aspects of NOS which are neutral and should be taught to science learners for the sake of science literacy (Lederman et al.

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Specifically this study has evidenced that the learning culture and high performance and productivity culture were significant and positively related to job satisfaction. Thus the findings of this study supported the past research by Quinn (1988), Odom et al. L. Muda et al. (1992) and Pool (2000a, b). These past studies have evidenced that the organizational culture which characterized as supportive and constructive, high in cohesiveness and creativity, and emphasizing on developing human resources and innovation were significant and positively related to job satisfaction and commitment.

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