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  • Where the teacher stories are -
    on Jan 3, 2014
    If you are interested in following my journey as a Teach For Malaysia fellow and teacher at SMK Permatang Rawa, do check out instead. I wrote about my teaching experiences there throughout 2013 and will do so fo...
  • The Two Opposing Hands
    on Nov 6, 2013
    Marco had two hands, as most people do. On one hand, he wanted the 17th to come as soon as possible. He knew that with it, finality would arrive like rain after a Summer's long drought. It would envelop his subsequent actions and provide clarity...
  • Our Students Would've Been Proud
    on May 17, 2013
    Teachers marking exam papers on a Saturday before their own class starts #lifeofateacher Almost every other Saturday now, we've been having 8.30am to 5.30pm classes at Politeknik Seberang Prai. UUM books it there because it's just impractical for th...
  • No Reason To Slow Down
    on May 16, 2013
    Yes, I know it's Hari Guru. Yes, I know you're all tired. Yes, I know we're the only ones left in school. But no, we are not cancelling today's PMR English extra class. Just 5 more months to PMR! Let's do some summaries. More, more, MORE!  *K...
  • First Teachers' Day as a Teacher
    on May 16, 2013
    On my first Teachers' Day, the students voted me as 'Cikgu Paling Macho'! Adoi doi. In English that means 'Most Macho Teacher'. I thought I would've won the 'Cikgu Paling Cerewet' (Most Fussy Teacher) award because I always make them say the full 'Te...
  • Never Give Up
    on May 15, 2013
    Wrote letters to both students who came for their mid term English exam and those who didn't. The letters differ slightly and I write the marks on the letter for those who came, encouraging them to do better. How I wish I had the time to handwrite a...
  • "Teacher, why didn't you just give us the questions before the exams?"
    on May 12, 2013
    The results (for their English mid-term) are in. Two classes, 61 students - one B, three Cs, 44 fails and 15 absentees. That's 4 passes out of 61 students, or 7% of the students. About a quarter of them didn't show up for the examination. "Teacher,...
  • Puncak Mutiara Cafe @ Kampung Pelet
    on May 12, 2013
    Next week is Exam week so today, Sunday was a relaxing day for us housemates. No lesson plans and teaching aids to craft! Went to watch Star Trek Into Darkness (which is pretty neat) and then drove down the one way streets of Kampung Pelet, eventuall...
  • "For every person who can teach that doesn't teach, a group of kids who can learn don't."
    on May 10, 2013
    Dear friends and family, read this public confession by one of the toughest people I know - Alina Amir. For the past four and a half months, I've written stories from my classroom. You know my kids. You know they struggle to read the word 'at'. Yo...
  • Yes We Can
    on May 8, 2013
    Nelson Mandela once said, "If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to a man in his own language, that goes to his heart." It is with this knowledge that I make it a point to write down/say all my encour...
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