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‘Puan’ at work, mum at home

Being a woman, wife and mother while serving in the uniformed forces is just like balancing out any other career with your personal roles. Women who took on such a career path say they have no regrets and describe their job as fulfilling and rewarding.

The good and bad sides of debates

IS the debate season upon us? When a major issue of the day erupts into a series of accusations and counter-accusations, it is not unusual for one key player in the squabble to challenge another to a debate. It is an opportunity to win over fence-sitters and to even persuade some of the rest to see things differently.

Teaching aids in class

I believe that commitment is an essential element in teaching. This shows teachers’ concern about how students are learning in the classroom. They cultivate the students’ curiosity and interest in learning.

Tech skills most sought after

LET’S face it. Economic uncertainties, combined with the slowdown in industry sectors such as Oil and Gas have had an impact on recruitment activities in many places, as businesses in Malaysia and globally adopt a more cautious approach. 2016 may be a tough year for students or professionals looking for jobs.

Raising the bar

AN AFRICAN saying which goes, “it takes a whole village to raise a child,” suggests that it is not only the responsibility of parents in raising their children but the community at large.

Raising a 21st century child

RAISING a child can be one of the most rewarding and courageous job an adult can possibly have. But, it is also hands down one of the hardest jobs in the world.

Building a talent pool

STUDENTS consider several factors when applying for a scholarship, especially when faced with multiple choices. Some look only at the amount of pocket money offered, but smart ones know that the best things in life are not just about the stipend.

Adding flavour to classroom learning

FROM April 13 to Nov 2 this year, 35 schools in the Klang Valley can look forward to English class lessons with a difference thanks to Ajinomoto (Malaysia) Berhad. The company sponsored RM25,000 worth of The Star newspaper complete with the Newspaper-in-Education (NiE) pullout that is specially for schools.

Making a difference by going the extra mile

Two Malaysian teachers were among 50 shortlisted candidates for an award that recognises an exceptional teacher who has made an otstanding contribution to the profession.

Palestinian is world’s best teacher

PALESTINIAN teacher Hanan Al Hroub won the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize 2016.