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PETALING JAYA: On Monday, St Louis Superman, a documentary produced by Malaysians Teng Poh Si and Cheyenne Tan, picked up an Oscar nomination for Best Documentary Short Subject.
BEHRANG: Twenty-three years on and The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education (NiE) pullout still makes English lessons fun, a fact students and English teachers from Politeknik Sultan Azlan Shah, Perak, will attest to.
MANDARIN oranges, red angpow packets and colourful cheongsam dresses - what do these signify? For those who do not celebrate Chinese New Year, these things probably indicate another school break or public holiday.
What do parents, and students who will be in Form Five when the syllabus is introduced, think about the inclusion of statutory rape in health education and how can PEERS be better? Wong Sook Wei, a participant of the BRATs Young Journalist Programme run by The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education (NiE) team, finds out.
MOST teachers would have experienced this: 20 minutes into a lesson and you catch some students staring blankly into space or worse, sleeping.
IT could have opened doors to other choices of careers.
AS they say, Form Four is the honeymoon year in secondary school.
HAVING retired once, deputy principal Joachim Vethanaygam bade farewell to the education fraternity for the second time after serving as an educator for another 20 years.
Things can’t get real enough for our interns who find themselves in the Marvel universe and a horror house.
PETALING JAYA: Six young Malaysians have done the country proud at the prestigious 16th International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) 2019 in Doha, Qatar, clinching one silver and five bronze medals.