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THE new national school curriculum module to produce students with a competitive, global mindset, has received the thumbs up from parents and educators.
WE are globally interconnected – now more than ever in human history.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian students are being moulded into global citizens to increase their competitiveness with the introduction of a new module in schools.
THE more we evolve, the more demands roll in on the kind of students our education system should produce.
SMS Seri Puteri, Kuala Lumpur was part of the Global Citizenship Education (GCED) pilot programme which ran throughout the 2019 school year until February last year. The students and teachers were given a pre- and post-programme assessment to gauge the effectiveness of the module. Here’s what they had to say about the module:
LAST year, following the spread of Covid-19, teachers and students from all around the world faced disruptions in the delivery of lessons in the classroom, and challenges arising from limited and no access to devices and Internet connectivity at home.
This piece is written by English teacher Alia Nur Dodgson from SMK Taman Daya 2, Johor, on how the The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education programme complements the Global Citizenship Education (GCED).The GCED, a notion proposed by the United Nations, aims to nurture young people so that they become responsible and active global citizens. It maintains 17 global goals to solve world problems and achieve sustainable development. A form of civic learning, it involves students’ active participation in projects that address global issues of a social, political, economic or environmental nature.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia's inclusive education system has been hailed as a shining example for all countries to follow in the fight against extremism.