Centralised reporting system reduces teachers' burden


BELIAWANIS MCA welcomes the Education Ministry's initiative to develop a centralised reporting system to aid teachers in recording student assessment results.

According to reports, Education Minister Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin announced this as one of the education transformation elements with the aim of reducing the workload of teachers, in addition to improving the efficiency of the ministry's system to ensure relevancy in today's digital transformation.

The introduction of this system will eliminate the need for teachers to record the same assessment results multiple times for the different parties required. Subsequently, the data can be extracted by relevant parties via a centralised system.

These plans demonstrate the ministry's commitment towards improving the national education ecosystem for both teachers and students, in line with digital education developments.

Hence, Beliawanis MCA hopes that this improvement will help alleviate the stress and tasks faced by teachers, which is a major factor why some teachers retire early. We also hope that such developments will increase receptivity of working professionals towards digitalisation in view of the coming Industry Revolution 4.0.

With more teachers who are fluent in digital elements, students will be more naturally exposed to and be prepared for the requirements of the society when IR4.0 kicks in.

IVONE LOW YI WEN

MCA Beliawanis Chairperson

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