Remote learning continues to take its toll on teachers. The National Union of the Teaching Profession urges the Education Ministry to come up with a code of ethics to ensure parents do not disturb teachers beyond working hours.
Teaching is a calling, not a job. It is a profession that creates all other professions. Above all, teachers shouldn’t just teach but make their students think for themselves.
National Union of Teaching Profession (NUTP) wants Education Ministry to postpone latest version of online learning manual that fails to consider challenges faced by teachers, students and parents.
Parent Action Group for Education (PAGE) president Datin Noor Azimah Abdul Rahim says had teachers embraced digital learning much earlier, they would not be struggling to teach online today.
Not knowing when the Movement Control Order will end, the National Union of the Teaching Profession says digital training for teachers is crucial to ensure students get the best.
Ex-teacher A. Velurajan says children who missed out on classes since March 2020 need remedial classes. He suggests that the Education Ministry rope in former teachers for the task while parents should voice out and brainstorm with the ministry.
Government finally gives schools the power to close if there are Covid-19 cases without waiting for risk evaluation. What took it so long?
Malaysian Mental Health Association to train 100 secondary school counsellors in Kuala Lumpur to tackle adolescents with mental health woes and ways for teachers to educate parents on such matters.