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Analisis Laporan TIMSS 2011 dan Pencapaian Malaysia – Bahagian 2

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Oleh Zul Fikri Zamir dan Anas Alam Faizli  DALAM bahagian pertama kami telah nyatakan analisis awal kami terhadap faktor-faktor yang mempengaruhi pencapaian Malaysia di dalam standard pendidikan antarabangsa. Kami sedar Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia berusaha sedaya upaya untuk memperbaiki sistem sedia ada dengan pengenalan Penilaian Berasaskan Sekolah (PBS) menggantikan orientasi peperiksaan, pelaksanaan program iThink melalui Agensi Inovasi Malaysia di kalangan guru-guru …

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TIMSS 2011: An Analysis of Malaysia’s Achievement

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By Zul Fikri Zamir and Anas Alam Faizli One Brazilian academician brought revival onto the critical pedagogy concept. That man was Paulo Freire. Freire persistently battled the prevailing concept of education where students were mere “empty bank accounts” for teachers to “deposit” into. This was the very education concept which saw students being forced upon with bulks of information. This …

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Analisis Laporan TIMSS 2011 dan Pencapaian Malaysia – Bahagian 1

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Oleh Zul Fikri Zamir dan Anas Alam Faizli  SEORANG ahli akademik dari Brazil telah berjaya membawa satu pembaharuan kepada konsep pedagogi kritis. Paulo Freire gigih menyangkal konsep pendidikan ala-ala “simpanan di bank” yang menurutnya pelajar dilihat seperti akaun kosong yang akan di isi oleh cikgu. Pelajar cuba dipenuhi dengan maklumat. Ini bukan pendidikan tetapi storan maklumat! Freire mencadangkan hubungan dua …

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Malaysia’s Spending on Education, Ranking and No of Researchers

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The education budget education was slashed from RM50 billion to RM37 billion this year! To get an idea of how counter-intuitive this is for a developing Malaysia, even Vietnam, Timor Leste and Cuba spent more. Currently, about 80 per cent of the bottom 40 per cent income households are only SPM qualified and below, with almost only 5 per cent …

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