Recent and archived articles by Christina Chin
PETALING JAYA: A widely-shared video of a student being abused inside a classroom did not happen in Malaysia.
PETALING JAYA: Teachers should be allowed to use their mobile phones in class if it is for the students’ benefit, says an educationist.
PETALING JAYA: The use of mobile phones in the classroom is to enhance learning and teaching, says the National Union of the Teaching Profession (NUTP).
PETALING JAYA: Two local universities have done the country proud in the Times Higher Education (THE) Asia University Rankings 2018.
Using the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), the English Language Roadmap includes a detailed, realistic plan for achieving targets set and also covers the whole education system from primary and secondary to university.
PETALING JAYA: Teachers have been reminded to adhere to the standard operating procedure (SOP) when dealing with cases of theft following the death of a 14-year-old Penang schoolgirl who attempted suicide after being accused of stealing her teacher’s handphone.
PETALING JAYA: Although schools have a standard operating procedure to handle theft cases, a caring attitude helps, say educators.
NIBONG TEBAL: R. Muniandy could only scream in anguish when he saw his 14-year-old daughter unconscious, with a shawl around her neck, tied to some piping.
THE Education Ministry is stepping up efforts to prevent food poisoning in residential schools nationwide.
The Star Education Fair continues to pull in the crowds for the study options, talks and funding opportunities available at a one-stop centre.