PAS in Sabah state administration

GRS has come under fire after the appointment of a PAS member into the state legislative assembly on 8th of October 2020, after denying speculations of its inclusion. Many Sabahans, especially the KDMs that have voted for GRS, felt betrayed.…Read more

Sabah 16th State Election : Thoughts

On 31st July 2020, the Sabah state assembly has been dissolved. On 26th September 2020, Gabungan Rakyat Sabah (PN + BN + PBS) emerged as the winner with a slight majority of 38 seats. Warisan Plus (Warisan + DAP +…Read more

Decentralisation of education system: Suggestions and challenges for devolution of curriculum and assessment for History subject

In a Free Malaysia Today article, Wing proposed an idea to decentralise the History curriculum [1]. In this the article, it stated that for each school, the local community will decide on what should be included in subjects like Malaysian…Read more

Innovation: Simple tenses and simple continuous table

        This is an innovation project that I submitted for ‘Pertandingan Inovasi dan Penyelidikan Secara Atas Talian’ that was organized by Education District Office (Pejabat Pendidikan Daerah-PPD) Beluran on 18th June 2020. i.    Synopsis of innovation   ·       This…Read more

Teaching EFL/ESL Reading: A Task Based Approach (Course review and assignments)

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Lesson plan: Integrating Critical Thinking into the Exploration of Culture in an EFL Setting

This is based on a MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) that I had recently enrolled during the past weekend.  Description from the website (This course will be active from June 1 – August 24, 2020): This MOOC is provided by World…Read more

A teacher’s take on tackling education in a post-pandemic world.

I’ve just finished watching a 5-hour live stream of teachers and educators (from all around the world) discussing the latest issues concerning education. In any given year, the discussed topics wouldn’t interest the general populace.  However, this year’s topic is…Read more

Acceptance of Rohingya refugees: People’s perception and feasibility

According to the UNCHR website, Malaysia currently has a total of 101,010 Rohingyas [1]. They have been here since the 1980s but issues surrounding their existence have just come onto the surface during recent years – thanks to social media.…Read more
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