Recent and archived articles by Rowena Chua
THE English language was their least favourite subject and The Star newspaper was a resource they had near-zero experience in using.
FOR almost an hour, Hall 11 of Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC) in Paradigm Mall, Johor Baru, turned into a fun classroom setting for close to 150 people, comprising children from schools in the state, and their parents and teachers.
Eight worthy winners of a nationwide contest journeyed up 6,000 feet above sea level for a rewarding highland holiday.
From Bristol to Cardiff and Bath, the grand prize winners of an NIE contest explored the United Kingdom in a trip that was nothing short of amazing.
Enjoying exhilarating rides and seeing their favourite Hollywood characters was the highlight of a well-earned trip to Singapore for some 12-year-olds who had come up with a winning poster and presentation for this year’s NiE contest.
Teachers come up with solutions to build 21st century skills among students at a recent global gathering for educators.
TECHNOLOGY in education – this will be on the minds of four teachers heading to Budapest, Hungary, in March.
IN this digital age, there may be an abundance of materials for students to read during their free time, but what sets stuff@school – The Star’s educational pullout for teenagers – apart from the others is the exclusive content it brings.
“WE were all so excited when we went to the Sessions Court to cover a case recently!” gushed Janice Chai Xin Hui.
IT was evident from the questions asked that students are concerned about the impact of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) on their lives.