Pengajaran subjek muzik kepada murid berkeperluan khas secara atas talian adalah sangat mencabar, tapi dalam masa yang sama, mampu memberi nilai yang besar dan mengujakan. Berikut adalah sedikit tips daripada saya tentang bagaimana mengajar muzik kepada murid berkeperluan khas dengan lebih berkesan. 1. Kenalpasti murid anda secara individu. Kenalpasti latar belakang keluarga murid kita. Adakah […]
As I entered the classroom to teach early this year, the first thing that caught my attention was the number of boys. It was the top class of Form 3 (which was considered the academic adept class) – there were a total of 34 students, and only 8 were boys. It didn’t alarm me just […]
“…while PISA does not make money for OECD, the product of PISA enables OECD to participate and eventually, become a key actor in education governance.” Every 3 years, talks on educational policies are magnified in the media as the vertical-positioned ranking table of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) is released to much fanfare. […]
“…the continued domination of the colonizer in a time of globalization.” Neocolonialism is practically colonialism through the backdoor, where former colonies continue to depend on colonial masters in terms of political, economic, cultural, as well as psychological dependence. The term neo-colonialism was first coined by Kwame Nkrumah, who was Ghana’s first president, through his book […]
“This is fine” If you’ve watched Titanic before, you’d remember the scene where a group of violinists played their tunes as Titanic sank. They played with the intention to calm panicking passengers, basically ignoring their impending deaths. They knew the ship was sinking, they were aware of all the chaos, the hysteria – but chose to […]
Co-written by Auzellea Kristin Mozihim (Co-founder of Edufication) and Cynthia C. James (Co-founder of Going Digital ELT). HOTS and shaping future leaders As the #MakeSchoolASaferPlace movement has garnered national attention, the person behind the movement, Ain Husniza, the 17-year-old activist, has mentioned about some teachers undermining her response to call out on a teacher for […]
Part 1: Malaysia: People, Culture, Colonisers and Languages Education has been an imperative tool in nation building (Rashid et al., 2017). Often it is used as a tool to achieve the vision of a nation, and sometimes it is very specific. Nation building in terms of creating identities as a citizen of a nation is […]
Pengenalan Pada siri artikel yang pertama “Pendidikan Seks. Apakah yang Anda Tahu? Persepsi Masyarakat”, penulis telah mengupas isu persepsi masyarakat terhadap pendidikan seks dan faktor-faktor yang menyebabkan ianya tidak dapat dikupas secara terbuka dalam konteks pendidikan. Pada siri artikel kedua, penulis akan memberi huraian tentang maksud sebenar Pendidikan Seks. Apakah itu Pendidikan Seks? Walau tanggapan […]
Pengenalan Pendidikan seks merupakan satu topik yang sangat sensitif dan kurang diperbincangkan secara terbuka oleh kebanyakan masyarakat Malaysia. Ramai beranggapan bahawa isu pendidikan seks ini lebih banyak mendatangkan kemudaratan atau kesan-kesan negatif apabila diperbincangkan secara terbuka walaupun dalam konteks pendidikan di kalangan murid sekolah. Persepsi Masyarakat Perkataan “seks” itu sendiri sering kali dianggap sesuatu yang […]
The nature of problems This is the second part of a trilogy on social innovation where I will delve into the nature of problems. Read the first part here. In the previous article, the concept of social innovation was disclosed through the lens of education; giving educators an overview of how they can break new […]
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