Recent and archived articles by Christina Chin
THE next time you’re worried about parking, check your app.
PETALING JAYA: The move to abolish exams will lead to less stress for lower primary pupils, says the Education director-general.
ON May 20, Elmarié Potgieter penned a heart-felt, open letter to Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik. Her Facebook post has since garnered over 2,800 shares on the social media platform - on top of the hundreds of personal responses received.
PETALING JAYA: E-portfolios, used to track student’s learning progress, will be introduced in 10 pilot secondary schools from next year.
TO cope with the intensified demand for a highly skilled, progressive, and adaptable workforce, the creation, updating, and application of knowledge, is vital, says Agensi Inovasi Malaysia (AIM) CEO Naser Jaafar.
PETALING JAYA: A global survey on English skills has placed Malaysia in the “high proficiency” bracket with the Philippines.
WHEN national hockey star Mohammad Fitri Saari was studying for a degree, he was also juggling a young family and training.
TOP students failing to get into medical courses in public varsities, is a perennial issue.
WE have too many doctors compared to houseman spots available.
PETALING JAYA: Schools are going digital with the introduction of e-textbooks next year, a surprise announcement by the Deputy Education Minister but not an entirely unwelcome one.