Tuesday, August 31, 2021

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Teachers continue to nurture patriotism through online learning

KUALA LUMPUR: Patriotism and loving your country are not things that would just appear in our psyche, but require nurturing and should be inculcated in ourselves even from schooldays. That challenge falls on teachers who have worked tirelessly to inculcate...

Unimas takes in 672 pre-university students

KOTA SAMARAHAN: A total of 672 applicants for 2021/2022 intake registered as pre-university students at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) on Friday (Aug 6). Unimas vice chancellor Prof Datuk Dr Mohamad Kadim Suaidi said of the total, 262 registered for Physical...

Fibre optics the only answer to online learning

KUCHING: The Ministry of Education (MoE) must devise ways for traditional and face-to-face teaching and learning process to take place in the rural areas. Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr James Jemut Masing said online learning is only applicable if...

Plan needed to help weaker students

KUCHING: A comprehensive plan is needed to cater for students who are left behind in their studies due to the difficulties in joining online teaching and learning sessions, said Adam Prakash Abdullah. The Sarawak Teachers’ Union (STU) president pointed out...

PdPR not only limited to online learning

KLUANG: The implementation of home-based teaching and learning (PdPR) not only cover online learning, but also manual teaching aids, said Senior Education Minister Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin. He said the manual teaching aids could be prepared as suited to teachers...

12,000 to receive devices

KUCHING: A total of 12,000 students nationwide will receive devices with data connectivity by Yayasan Petronas to enable online learning. Yayasan Petronas chief executive officer Nelly Francis Shariah said the RM30 million worth of digital devices are being supplied to...

Assisting the OKU to generate income

KUCHING: Persatuan Anak Istimewa Sarawak (Perais) organised an online fertigation farming course for people with disabilities (OKU) to generate income, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic. The online course via Zoom was organised together with its committee members and in collaboration...

Keep students busy during school closure

KUCHING: While commending the Sarawak government in announcing the closure of schools in Covid-19 red zones, Sarawak Patriots Association (SPA) also urged the Ministry of Education (MOE) to ensure students could continue their studies online. Its chairman Datuk Dr John...

Will lesser-privileged able to catch up?

BY SUHAILA SAID AND C VINOOTHENE KUALA LUMPUR: Many say that reopening schools for face-to-face learning will allow those who struggle with online learning to catch up, but is this really the case? Lesser-privileged families will inevitably face more difficulty obtaining...

Adapting well to online teaching and learning

KUCHING: The Covid-19 pandemic did not affect the teaching and learning process for students of Smart Readers Kids in the state. Aim Smart Academic Sdn Bhd’s operations and business development manager (Sabah & Sarawak), Norma John said this was because...
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Unimas celebrates National Day virtually

KOTA SAMARAHAN: The Covid-19 pandemic may have put a damper on major events, but it failed to  discourage Universiti...
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