First of all, I would like to say syukur Alhamdulillah.
The SPM results have come out last week on Thursday and I am very happy with the Chemistry results and the Science results obtained by my students. Am able to keep the 100% students passing the paper and the % number of students got A increases this year so, there is an improvement overall there.
Congratulations to all of my students. Good luck and may someday we meet again in the future.
The first post to be posted in a blog is always the hardest one to write. For it is an introduction to draw in more followers and readers and we all know that first impression is always important for most of the time, it is may also be the last one.
Having three years of formal teaching experience under my belt, the journey of my life as an educator has been extremely challenging, where at times it can be hard to move on when I stumbled a lot due to my inexperience in the field. Yet why am I still here?
The joy of teaching is a reward of its own. Watching on the sideline as my students grow and progress. At times, even letting them go into the next part of their life in college and university can be hard as well especially when the bond between the teacher and the student is close and strong. Alas, every child will leave its nest once they grow up cause the greatest gifts you can give your children or students are the roots of responsibility and the wings of independence.
This blog is owned and written by a teacher, who dreamed of becoming an educator ever since he was 15 years old in secondary school, teaching his classmates Chemistry when the teacher is absent from school. His biggest dream as a teacher is to someday make a new positive change on the Malaysia’s education system. He believes that by forming a strong relationship between himself and his students, he is affecting and making positive changes in his students’ life because warmth and emotion are the vital elements required for the growing of a child.
As quoted by Paulo Coelho, “What is a teacher? I’ll tell you: it isn’t someone who teaches something, but someone who inspires the student to give of her best in order to discover what she already knows.”