Friday, October 29, 2021

PdPR

PdPR a struggle for families with special needs children

By Rachel Mina KUCHING: With no clear end in sight to the home-based teaching and learning (PdPR) due to the pandemic, families with special needs children have expressed deep concern about their children’s education. The effectiveness of the ongoing PdPR is...

Urgent need to address home-based learning fatigue

By Muhammad Basir Roslan This article is written in conjunction with Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka (DBP)'s 65th anniversary this year, themed 'Aksara Nan Hidup Sepanjang Zaman.' It also shares insights on how best to deal with pandemic fatigue, a phenomenon described...

PdPR should continue until situation safe for face-to-face

KUALA LUMPUR: Home-based Teaching and Learning (PdPR) for school students should be continued until the current Covid-19 situation in the country is safe for the face-to-face Teaching and Learning (PdP) to resume. Although face-to-face learning is still accepted as the...

Effective strategy required to reduce PdPR pressure

KUALA LUMPUR: The Ministry of Education (MOE) has been urged to improve or use more effective strategies to reduce the pressure facing students, teachers and parents in implementing home-based teaching and learning (PdPR). Malaysian Psychiatric Association (MPA) president Dr Hazli...

Teachers, students, parents adapting to PdPR

KUALA LUMPUR: With the country hit by the Covid-19 pandemic since a year ago, causing drastic changes in Teaching and Learning (PdP) methods from face to face to online through home-based learning and teaching (PdPR), teachers and students, as...

PdPR to continue until Aug 31

KUALA LUMPUR: The home-based teaching and learning (PdPR) school sessions will continue until Aug 31. The Education Ministry (MOE), in a statement today, said this decision was made after taking into account the current Covid-19 pandemic situation as well as...

Online or offline, teachers determined to make PdPR interesting

KUALA LUMPUR: To the general public, home-based Learning and Teaching (PdPR), is simply an online learning method through the Zoom application, Google Meet, Google Classroom or Skype. The fact is, PdPR can also be implemented ‘manually’, like distributing modules directly...

Pandemic must not interrupt children’s learning

KUCHING: Schools, parents and students in Baram are urged to ensure that the process of education is not interrupted during the Covid-19 pandemic. Telang Usan assemblyman Dennis Ngau said the community must not give up on education for the sake...

Parents need to equip themselves with knowledge to face PdPR challenges

KANGAR: Apart from providing suitable gadgets, parents also need to equip themselves with sufficient knowledge to help their children follow the home-based teaching and learning (PdPR) online classes smoothly. Perlis’ Parents, Community and Private Sector's Involvement (PIBKs) chairman Associate Professor...

Students sitting for major examinations to continue with PdPR

KUALA LUMPUR: The teaching and learning sessions for students who are sitting for major examinations in five states that are transitioning into Phase Two of the Movement Control under the National Recovery Plan (NRP) starting tomorrow will continue to...
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145 Kolej Komuniti Kuching students receive their certificates

KUCHING: Kolej Komuniti Kuching's  convocation ceremony on Thursday (Oct 28) saw 145 students obtaining their Teknologi Senibina (STS), Fesyen...
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