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By Hee Wai Che, Lecturer, School of Education, MPU and Language  Play is a basic essential remedy for young children in developing their growth and learning stages. Play can be categorized as indoor and outdoor play. Both of these will foster and support children’s healthy development. As a natural and compelling activity, play can promote...
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Small girl drawing on black board with chalk in a well lit classroom
By Kavitha Soundararajan, Lecturer cum Program Leader, School of Education COVID-19, the deadly virus which had started attacking our world last December, has shaken the world with its enormous death rates, fear and inability to carry out daily routines. Children are not spared too as most of the children have lost their daily routine since...
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Tutor teaching a little girl
Hollie is studying the Early Years course and is hoping to graduate with a BA Hons Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS). “I chose the University of Greenwich as I felt that it gave a more personal approach to learning. Upon meeting lecturers for the first time, I got the sense that they all wanted to...
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By Siti Marlina Binti Saleh, Lecturer, School of Allied Health Sciences Kacang parang You can enjoy “kacang parang” or fava bean in a variety of forms: either cooked, eaten raw or dried as your choice of snack. Besides its yummy taste, this bean is rich in Vitamin B and minerals such as phosphorus, iron, magnesium...
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Visual of Students sitting on desks representing different social media applications (Akhil Pandey 2018)
By Thenmoli Rajantran, Lecturer, School of Communication & Design Students of the past and present are well acquainted with the many flaws of learning in an average classroom setting, be it unengaging textbooks or simply classes that are too long that it makes eternity seem like temporary when combined with a flurry of seemingly unending...
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Schools Save Lives Event Poster
In the last 45 years, suicide rates have risen by 60% worldwide and suicide attempts are 20 times more frequent than completed suicides. (Source: World Health Organisation)  The alarming numbers show us that our youths are increasingly at risk, with student anxiety and depression increasing with the pandemic. It is crucial that our teachers and...
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Role play can be divided into “role” and “play”. Role refers to “playing a part” in a specific situation. Play refers to “the role that is played in a safe environment e.g. the classroom in which ESL students are encouraged to be as creative and playful as possible.” This teaching method can enable ESL students...
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During the third year of the program, prior to completing the Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology (DMLT), it’s compulsory for every student to pass the College Exit Exam. This exam is set according to the Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA) requirements during the full accreditation process. On the 12th of August 2020, we conducted another round...
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Special Needs Education has a broad scope. It is not only concerned with children with learning disabilities, physical impairments, disabilities and handicaps. It is also concerned with gifted, talented and marginalized children. Special Needs Education not only focuses on an individual’s academic learning. It also focuses on developing his or her independence and social interaction...
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