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- Jun 14, 2020
Let’s get digital learning right
Health experts from the Malaysian Paediatric Association recently issued a statement on the safety of reopening schools. Based on...
- Dec 18, 2019
Appreciating our nation’s history
A visit to our country’s many museums is a must for secondary-school students for they cannot fully appreciate Malaysian history just by...
- Apr 19, 2019
Are we teaching or punishing our students?
Examination-centric education kills creativity. It produces passive students and diminishes their skills. In fact, low skill development...
- Dec 30, 2017
An eventful year for education
TODAY is the last day of 2017. While this is the time to make New Year resolutions, it is also the time to reflect on happenings that...
- Oct 5, 2017
Parents: Can teachers cope with new standards?
PETALING JAYA: Stakeholders welcome the use of imported textbooks, but are sceptical about whether teachers will be able to cope with the...
- Oct 5, 2017
Only imported English textbooks from next year
PETALING JAYA: Starting next year, imported English textbooks will be used in schools instead of locally produced ones. This is part of...
- Nov 18, 2016
HOTS syllabus should stay, says PAGE
KUALA LUMPUR: The Parent Action Group for Education Malaysia (PAGE) is of the opinion that the Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) part...
- Feb 29, 2016
A bilingual option for students
ALL Malaysians agree that English proficiency needs to be enhanced to be globally competitive. What some hesitate over is the method in...
- Feb 28, 2016
Hope yet for a drying stream
A new approach that incorporates fun, creativity and thinking skills, will make subjects related to the sciences more appealing for...
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