How to inspire young minds

The purpose of teaching is to provide high-quality education, thereby fostering the development of individuals and nations. Here are some educational approaches to inspire and guide learners in reaching their full potential towards cognitive, social and spiritual enlightenment: > Motivating students As educators, the goal is to ignite our students’ passion for acquiring knowledge. To … Read more

Fresh date for NEET-PG exam to be announced within two days: Pradhan | Education News

Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan gave an update on NEET-PG exam on June 29. (File Photo) 3 min read Last Updated : Jun 29 2024 | 7:42 PM IST The new schedule for NEET-PG will be announced by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) within the next two days, Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan … Read more

Education Ministry adopts various methods to encourage teachers to stay on

NIBONG TEBAL: The Education Ministry has taken various approaches and mechanisms to boost the spirit and motivation of teachers to prevent them from opting for early retirement. Its Minister, Fadhlina Sidek (pic), said the ministry took a serious view of the issue but would still give the teachers involved the space to decide. “We constantly … Read more

CBI team reaches Godhra to probe irregularities in NEET-UG exam | Education News

An NSUI activist holds a placard during ‘Chhattra Sansad Gherav’ protest at Jantar Mantar against the alleged irregularities in NEET-UG in New Delhi Monday (June 24). (Photo: PTI) 3 min read Last Updated : Jun 24 2024 | 4:39 PM IST A CBI team reached Godhra city in Gujarat’s Panchmahal district on Monday to … Read more

Arizona teacher quits, says he can’t keep up with kids’ phone use

(NewsNation) — An Arizona teacher is making national headlines after he left his teaching career of more than a decade because he couldn’t keep up with his students’ cell phone use. Mitchell Rutherford taught biology at a high school in Tucson. He told NewsNation that he noticed a shift in his students’ attention span getting worse … Read more

Malay teacher bridges cultures through lifelong journey in Chinese education

PETALING JAYA: A mother’s persistence forged a deep bond with Chinese education for Malay teacher Suzana from an early age. From primary school to secondary school, college, and beyond, she remained within the Chinese education system, which profoundly shaped her career and life. In an interview with Chinese language news portal Sin Chew Daily, Suzana, … Read more

Microsoft, Khan Academy launch free AI assistant for all U.S. teachers

Microsoft is partnering with tutoring organization Khan Academy to provide a generative AI assistant to all teachers in the U.S. for free. Khanmigo for Teachers, which helps teachers prepare lessons for class, is free to all educators in the U.S. as of Tuesday. The program can help create lessons, analyze student performance, plan assignments, and … Read more

‘Learn to say thank you, please’

Schools play an important role in moulding the character of a person. While parents are role models at home, teachers take on the responsibility of setting a good example for some 30 to 40 students when they are in school. Besides imparting knowledge and wisdom, it is the duty of the teacher to instil moral … Read more

Sabah teacher in running for global Cambridge award

TOMORROW is the last day for the public to vote for the Cambridge Dedicated Teacher Awards 2024. Sydney Engelbert, an English language teacher at Keningau Vocational College in Sabah, is among the nine regional winners competing for the overall global title, which will be announced on May 29. She was named the South-East Asia and … Read more

Don’t Miss It: Malaysia Teacher Prize 2024

> The 3rd edition of the Malaysia Teacher Prize is calling for entries. > Now in its 3rd edition, the Prize awards its top winner with RM50,000, while four other finalists will receive RM5,000 each. > All entries will be shortlisted in search of the Top 10 Finalists by a panel of judges consisting academicians, … Read more