- Class Teacher
- Committee for Ponteng Sifar - every month, I am required to make an analysis of students' attendance
- Volleyball and Athletics Coach - training is done almost everyday in Semester 1
- Archery teacher - training is done every day in Semester 2 (our school just started having the archery club in Semester 2) and archery courses are sometimes done during PnP hours
Anyhow, with regards to teaching English, I feel there's so much more for me to learn (and my skills haven't really developed because of the lack of PnP hours that I have done - not blaming anybody else though). I still remember crying because I felt guilty that I have not been teaching my students that well and also feeling like I have been neglecting them by not entering class (this shows when they can't recall what I have taught since I sometimes am not able to do follow up activity). Mind you, I feel like I am very passionate about my job but I sometimes wonder: 'Is it not enough to be passionate and willing to do almost anything for the growth of my students?'. Some teachers tell me I shouldn't think too much of the students. But in what situation is it considered to be 'too much' or 'just enough'?
|I would have put some pictures of myself but my laptop crashed a few months back and I have lost all my pics (~_~)|
Just thot I'd inform that I am finally in school! I'm posted to a school in Kuala Nerang...yup, its a pedalaman school...but I think its alright...I'll update more later since its been and still is a very busy week...plus, I don't have much time to access the Internet as of now =(
Wish me luck!! =)
Just to inform that there's another interesting link I forgot to include yesterday. My sister found this link and I had forgotten to link it when she told me about it..hehe..
At last, I have the energy (and mood) to add a few links on my blog. I've already had it bookmarked for months, and I think it would be best to share them with everyone. I've put the links into two groups which are:
- Malaysian Sites - for sites created by Malaysian educators and based on the Malaysian education system.
- International Sites - for site by educators who come from countries around the world
This is also the center of information about education related matters and the place to share resources for teaching and learning in school. It is also a place for building up a community of people who are concern over the importance of creating a quality education for everyone.
We’ll find a way to improve the Malaysian Eduacation! We’ll try to implant the mindset that “school really matters to me” in everyone’s head!" - The School Matters To Me Team -
~ the site contains information on courses held by British Council (mainly related to learning English for students and adults and also for teacher development); British Council also organises examinations like International English Language Testing System (IELTS), Cambridge International Exams, Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT) and others; and of course, the site also includes information on studying in the UK.
The Te Kete Ipurangi vision is to provide New Zealand schools with a cost effective electronic platform to communicate curriculum and administrative materials, enhance teaching and learning, raise student achievement and advance professional development for school management and teaching staff." - The TKI Team -
~ I came across this website thanks to the School Matters To Me blog.