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BUSINESS administration, engineering and computing qualifications will continue to be sought after by companies hiring in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
OVER the past five months, almost every student around the world has been tuned in to a teacher or lecturer through an electronic device.
THE dishes have been done. The children asleep. The house is finally quiet.
TOM Romano, writing in his book Blending Genre, Altering Style, suggested alternative ways of sharing research material. The majority of research application formats came directly from the newspaper.
DRIVEN to serve Malaysians, Gan Chern Xun defied the odds when he was offered a spot in Stanford University in the United States.
FOR readers who may have missed our earlier features, The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education (Star-NiE) programme has been running weekly lessons in StarEdu since June 28, on how multigenre writing has become one of the most productive approaches teachers can use to help students write creative, informational research reports.
EXCELLENT Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) results alone do not a good doctor make.
COVID-19 has dealt the education sector a painful blow but it is not a knockout punch as far as Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS) is concerned.