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Teaching In Malaysia

Teachers Teaching In Malaysia

Malaysia is a country that provides an exceptional opportunity to learn about diversity in race, religion, ethnicity, language, culture, and physical environment.  Malaysia’s Ministry of Education has begun a major teacher training initiative that will introduce thematic content into the country’s public school system.

Teaching is an evolving, reflective process, and Teaching Statements can be adapted and changed as necessary.  It is an important and increasingly popular choice of career for all kinds of people. But teaching is doing, it is listening, it is challenging, it is storytelling, it is love.  Yet, teaching is what I LOVE, it truly makes me happy and most of my students think I am a very good teacher.

First, teaching is generally considered to lack a clearly defined, codified, accessible knowledge base.  Perhaps you have thought about being a teacher but are not sure if teaching is the career for you.  If you answered “yes” to some or all of these questions, maybe teaching is the profession for you.

Teaching is a Work of Heart is so honored to be presented with many awards.  It is not strictly a technical or rational, skill-driven task. TEACHING has never been about the money.

Learning some new skills and incorporating technology especially the ICT to enhance their teaching methods transformed their initial reluctance to enthusiasm.  Learning by doing is not just for grade school; it is how human knowledge is advanced.  Learning is hard work, and an injection of motivation at the right moment can make all the difference. Wishing the Malaysian’s teachers all the best.

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