AYU Apps Empowers the Teaching and Learning of Sustainability


  • Hamidah Mat Sekolah Kebangsaan Senawang
  • Asmazatul Yusfiziati Mohd Yusof C.A. (M) Kolej Matrikulasi Negeri Sembilan
  • Ainul Fazrina Mohamed Fadzil Sekolah Kebangsaan Kepayan
  • Muhammad Suffi Yusof Sekolah Kebangsaan Pangkalan TLDM
  • Md Shahnon Awi Kolej Matrikulasi Pulau Pinang
  • Raziah Mohamed Anuar SK Kampung Pendamar
  • Rusfazila Ramli Sekolah Kebangsaan Hosba
  • Savina A. Saiman SMK Seri Budiman


AYU application, technologies, self-learning skills, easily accessed


Today generations must be extremely competitive and competent in a wide variety of subjects in order to be successful in the twenty-first century. The proliferation of technology is the focus of the Education 4.0 initiative. Therefore, students of today need to embrace digital learning rather than just being taught via memorization exercises and rote learning. The purpose of this research is to investigate the ways in which the Akademi Youtuber application (AYU applications) assists students in developing their self-directed learning abilities and serves as a reference for both educators and parents. The survey method uses a sample of 202 students from West Malaysia to assess the effectiveness of the Academy Youtuber application that was developed. It was determined, on the basis of the degree of agreement among the stiudents (98.7 percent), that AYU applications is appropriate for the development of self-learning abilities and can be readily accessible by students, parents, and instructors.




How to Cite

Hamidah Mat, Asmazatul Yusfiziati Mohd Yusof C.A. (M), Ainul Fazrina Mohamed Fadzil, Muhammad Suffi Yusof, Md Shahnon Awi, Raziah Mohamed Anuar, Rusfazila Ramli, & Savina A. Saiman. (2023). AYU Apps Empowers the Teaching and Learning of Sustainability. Malaysia Journal of Invention and Innovation, 2(1), 44–48. Retrieved from https://digit360.com.my/mjii/index.php/home/article/view/18