Rafiza Abd Razak

Instructional design professionals have been critiqued for being too profit- and technical-oriented. This is partly due to the training-for-the-job educational approaches they experienced which has distracted them from questioning and thinking about the meaning of and the grand purposes of practicing their professions. Consequently, design professionals have undermined their own critical and transformative powers to initiate and activate change at interpersonal, institutional, and societal levels. As such, their design services are only accessible to exclusive group of public who has access  to big finances and resources. High-quality learning opportunities, forRead More