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Malaysia STEM Update

All update and reach in STEM Malaysia

Cell phones as educational tools save cost, time and energy

 

 

By Aizatul Aniz Zuhari

CELL phones are different from other devices, such as the computer or tab, as it is a personal technology. Most students have invested a great deal of time learning the features of their cell phones, and their strengths and limitations.

Microsoft, Asean Foundation partner with MoE to launch platform for Malaysian youth

 

 

by The Borneo Post

KUALA LUMPUR: The Ministry of Education (MoE) partnered with Microsoft (Malaysia) and the Asean Foundation to launch the Future Ready Asean platform which will serve as a resource centre, providing educators and students with tools and learning materials to cultivate the necessary digital skills to thrive in the 4th Industrial Revolution.

Malaysia aims for 60 percent of children to take up STEM education

by Bernama

Malaysia aims for 60 percent of its children and young people to take up Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education and career for a better future of the country, Datuk Seri Najib Razak said here today.

Why do kids avoid the STEM route?

 

 

By A JALIL HAMID

ONE deputy vice-chancellor of a public university lamented recently that he was finding it increasingly tough to fill up the places for science courses at his university.

Caltex Fuel Your School’s 3rd return to Kedah

 

 

By TMR

THE Caltex Fuel Your School (FYS) community campaign, now in its eighth year, returns to Kedah to enhance the learning of science, technology, english and mathematics (STEM) among local youth.

Pro-English group says public education, especially for STEM subjects, needs more funding

By Lazareen Thaveethu Moses

Public education, especially on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), needs more funding, said the chairman of Parent Action Group for Education Malaysia (PAGE) Datin Noor Azimah Abdul Rahim.

Most students do not opt for Science, Maths: Dep UMS Dean

By Gindanau Sakat

KOTA BELUD: Statistics have shown that a majority of students throughout Malaysia do not opt for Science and Mathematics subjects, said Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) Student Affairs Deputy Dean Dr Soon Singh.

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