Teachers urged to take own initiative to deliver their best performance

“Even with the absence of SKPMg2, teachers should prepare their own complete checklist, for self-monitoring and deliver their best performance.” said Negri Sembilan Education Department director Pkharuddin Ghazali (three from right). Pix by HAZREEN MOHAMAD

SEREMBAN: Negri Sembilan Education Department will follow any order issued by the Education Ministry following the suspension of the second wave of Malaysia Education Quality Standard (SKPMg2) auditing exercise.

Its director Pkharuddin Ghazali said teachers in the state were however urged to take their own initiative in making preparations and checklist to ensure continued systematic management.

“Even with the absence of SKPMg2, teachers should prepare their own complete checklist, for self-monitoring and deliver their best performance. It will assist them to identify strengths and weaknesses for improvement.

“I think a lot of miscommunication has occurred with regard to SKPMg2. If we had to do a complete checklist, it could have been a burden. But just to ensure that we have enough basic information as guidance for our work, I think we can always implement the basic from the system,” he said when met at the department’s Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebration here today.

On June 7, the Education Ministry decided to pull the plug on the second wave of SKPMg2 auditing exercise, effective immediately, as an effort not to burden teachers with documentation

The ministry said teachers should instead be allowed to focus on their current tasks, especially those related to the delivery of high quality education to students.

On another development, Pkharuddin said the department had launched the ‘Jom Poie Nolong Sekolah’ campaign in October last year to promote participation from the public to help provide a more conducive environment in schools.

“We have been stressing a lot on ABC through this campaign ‘anak yang baik lagi cerdik’ since last year, which focuses more on a student’s behavior and personality. We give priority to mould their positive behavior instead of stressing on academic achievement as we believe the latter will come naturally if the students manage to behave positively,” he said.

“Among the programmes held at schools organised by parents and agencies were gotong-royong activities, class and science lab beautification projects and motivational talks, among others. We hope these activities which include participation among various parties will motivate the students to become better persons.”

By Nur Aqidah Azizi .

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