News & Reviews: Ministry of Education
Last Updated: Jun 15, 2020
One thing that we can learn from the pandemic is technology does play a vital role in our lives, especially when it comes to education. Due to the crisis, the e-learning platform has become one of the essentials for educators and students to interact. By acknowledging that, the Ministry of Education has worked with three big tech companies including Google, Microsoft, and Apple on developing a digital learning platform.
Last Updated: Apr 27, 2020
The first batch of public and private institutions of higher educations, polytechnics, and community college students is set to return to their hometowns starting today. However, students located within yellow and red zones are still restricted to travel out of their campuses.
Last Updated: Oct 16, 2019
On top of the acceleration of moving to tech, the recent Malaysia Budget 2020 revealed an increased RM64.1 billion for education and with the Ministry of Education adopting Google Classroom for free, we were wondering, where might this extra money get spent? Well, a recent submission by a Mr Anonymous might have revealed that our students may not only be trading their heavy bags of textbooks for ebooks soon but also an Android tablet for school.
Last Updated: Aug 12, 2016
Last month we reported that Computer Coding will be introduced as part of the greater Malaysian school curriculum from next year. MDeC has stepped into the fray by announcing a new initiative called My Digital Maker.