Wednesday, December 31, 2008
Temu duga pelantikan PPP bagi Lantikan ke Jawatan Tetap pada
13 - 16 Januari 2009
Congrats Faizal & those in KL who register early in SPP online. You fellows got called for the interview earlier than the rest of us.
I've checked at SPP website.. nothing yet.
salinan gambar ukuran paspot, salinan dokumen & salinan K.P needed too besides these:
Mulai 1 Januari 2008, semua calon yang dipanggil temuduga bagi urusan pelantikan tetap sebagai Pegawai Perkhidmatan Pendidikan di bawah Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia (KPM) dan Pegawai Pendidikan Pengajian Tinggi di bawah Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi (KPTM) dikehendaki memuat turun borang-borang berikut :
Borang Maklumat (Tambahan), Senarai Tugas dan Ko-Kurikulum
Borang Penyata Tatatertib
Laporan Sulit Urusan Temu Duga SPP
Pihak Ketua Jabatan / Pengetua / Guru Besar hendaklah memastikan Borang Penyata Tatatertib dan Borang Laporan Sulit Urusan Temu Duga dilengkapkan sepenuhnya dan dimasukkan ke dalam sampul surat yang dilakri dan di bawa oleh calon semasa temu duga.
Good luck you guys & ladies :-)
Jadual Temu Duga Pegawai Perkhidmatan Pendidikan (PPP) Gred DG41 / DGA29 :
Temu duga pelantikan PPP bagi Lantikan ke Jawatan Tetap pada 16 - 19 Disember 2008
Temu duga pelantikan PPP bagi Lantikan ke Jawatan Tetap pada 06 - 09 Januari 2009
Temu duga pelantikan PPP bagi Lantikan ke Jawatan Tetap pada 13 - 16 Januari 2009
Mine is at Putrajaya this Tuesday. Hmmm...what should I read guys?
Monday, December 1, 2008
Thursday, November 27, 2008
Saturday, November 22, 2008
ANOTHER HAPPY NEWS! BIMBALA IS GETTING MARRIED TOMORROW!!! Let us all say together "THEY LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER"!!!
I helped her to distribute her wedding cards to all Penangites and also a few in the mainland but I think I would not be able to make it as my vomiting is really really bad...
So, Bim please don't be angry if I don't come for your wedding, really wish I cud as I wud wanna meet the gang but I'm really down and out...
So, I guess who's going to be next? At the moment, think the wedding bells are ringing for those orang-orang Kuala Lumpur... Ahem-ahem...
[Aliya: Congrats, Bim.. All the best to you and hubby :)
Meena, take it easy dear. Don't kill your husband yet- make him your slave for another 7 months, hahaha.
I've been out of the hospital since Nov 19th.. am recovering at my in-laws' house till end of the month. The doctor has given me a month's MC until Xmas so it's just eat, sleep, rest and suffer the after-surgery pain, huhuhuu..]
Thursday, November 13, 2008
Sorry to be silent for sometime. The doctor said, "Less stress, go home and rest!" so with 2 weeks of MC I've been resting at home and monitoring my BP, hehehe. Boooorrriiinggg!!! No exam papers to mark, no traffic jams to beat, don't envy me :P
Boon, Faizal is a co-writer of this blog, not assistant, hahahaa. I trust that our Faizal will be able to keep this blog interesting?
By the way, looks like our PKPG family is adding its members. Just heard that Hafizah is now a proud mummy of a baby boy, delivered a few days ago. And (roll drum please) Meena is expecting her 3rd baby!! Everyone say together, " We hope it's a girl for you!"
Anyone else with good news of births, weddings, engagement?
I'll be off to the hospital this Saturday for another round of tests and God willing, mymectomy surgery. Been quite sickly since June this year, with a break in August (thank God for being able to attend the convo). So please forgive me if I keep silent after this. Heard that it's gonna be something like a ceaserean incision so wish me luck, forgive me for all my wrongdoings intentionally or unintentionally and tolong doakan agar selamat, k.
Faizal, please contact me or my hubby when you are in BM. Wanna pay you the DVD Rm45. Or are they free, hehehe.
Happy holidays everyone! Have a great time, be rejuvenated and see you all in December, insyaAllah.
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Click here :
It's quite confusing, and you might be lost here.
To check your status click here: http://sppapps.spp.gov.my/smppp/servlet/smppp.ui.security.SSemakanOL?cmd=6
For those who have yet to register yourself, do read this first:
Calon yang BOLEH MEMOHON Melalui e-Permohonan
1. Calon yang telah MEMPEROLEHI IJAZAH BERSERTA PENDIDIKAN dari universiti-universiti yang diiktiraf oleh kerajaan dan telah ditempatkan mengajar (Guru Sandaran Terlatih (GST)).
2. Calon yang telah MEMPEROLEHI DIPLOMA PERGURUAN MALAYSIA dari Maktab Perguruan dan telah ditempatkan mengajar (Guru Sandaran Terlatih (GST)).
3. Calon yang telah MEMPEROLEHI DIPLOMA PENDIDIKAN secara Kursus Perguruan Lepasan Ijazah (KPLI) dan telah ditempatkan mengajar (Guru Sandaran Terlatih (GST)).
4.Calon yang telah MEMPEROLEHI IJAZAH PERTAMA setelah diberi kebenaran Cuti Belajar Separuh Gaji oleh KPM (Calon Meningkat Kelayakan (CMK)).
Calon yang TIDAK BOLEH MEMOHON Melalui e-Permohonan
Calon yang berikut TIDAK BOLEH MEMOHON Melalui e-Permohonan:
1. Calon yang pernah letak jawatan atau dibuang kerja dari perkhidmatan kerajaan.
2. Calon lulusan Pendidikan Jarak Jauh (PJJ).
3. Calon yang sedang berkhidmat dengan kerajaan selain daripada PPP.
4. Calon dari bekas tentera / polis
- Calon-calon ini dikehendaki mengemukakan permohonan melalui Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia.
Langkah-langkah dan Panduan Untuk Memohon Melalui Borang e-Pemohonan
1. Calon digalakkan mencetak Borang Kosong mengikut jawatan yang di pohon dan mengisi borang tersebut terlebih dahulu bagi memudahkan calon mengisi Borang e-Permohonan. Borang kosong boleh didapati dari ruangan MUAT TURUN BORANG di Laman Web utama SPP.
2. Klik pada mana-mana link [e-Permohonan] di Laman Web Utama SPP untuk memulakan Aplikasi SPP e-Permohonan.
3. Calon yang pertama kali menggunakan e-Permohonan atau pengguna baru dimestikan mendaftar terlebih dahulu dengan klik pada butang [Daftar] di skrin Log Masuk e-Permohonan.
(Nota: Kata Laluan dan Nama Ibu yang diberi semasa mendaftar hendaklah diingat. Kata Laluan adalah rahsia anda dan diperlukan untuk masuk (login) ke Borang e-Permohonan. Nama Ibu diperlukan sekiranya calon terlupa kata laluan dan ingin menukarnya ).
4. Calon yang terlupa kata laluan dan / atau ingin menukar kata laluan boleh dilakukan dengan klik di link Terlupa Kata Laluan/ Tukar Kata Laluan, yang terdapat di Skrin Log Masuk e-Permohonan. Calon dikehendaki memasukkan maklumat ibu (case sensitive) yang diberikan semasa Daftar Pengguna.
5. Masuk (Login) ke Borang e-Permohonan.
Hanya calon berdaftar sahaja boleh mengunakan Borang e-Permohonan dengan memasukkan No. Kad Pengenalan dan Kata Laluan di ruangan Pemohon Berdaftar dan klik butang [Masuk] di Skrin Log Masuk e-Permohonan.
6. Memilih Borang e-Permohonan
Pemohon Berdaftar yang pertama kali masuk ke Borang e-Permohonan akan diminta memilih Borang e-Permohonan mengikut jawatan yang ingin di pohon dengan klik di butang borang bersesuaian dengan jawatan di pohon di Skrin Borang e-Permohonan.
(Nota: Calon dinasihatkan memilih Borang e-Permohonan dengan berhati-hati mengikut jawatan yang di pohon iaitu DG41 atau DGA29 atau DG27/DG17. Calon yang tersalah pilih Borang e-Permohonan tidak dibenarkan menukar borang dan perlu menghubungi Pentadbir e-Permohonan SPP).
Good luck everyone
He was cute, wasn't he?
Babies are born without sins and when they passed away as babies, they will granted be a special place in Heaven where they'd wait for their parents.
May God bless baby Goovin.
And May God give peace to his parents and family.
Friday, October 31, 2008
ROG'S BABY PASSED AWAY PEACEFULLY TODAY MORNING... He has been brought back to Rog's home in Bukit Jambul and will be leaving for Batu Lanchang cemetery at 2.30pm... I urge all Penangites to visit her and all those away fr Penang, do either call or sms her as she needs all our support...
This is one information im typing with a heavy heart and also with teary eyes...
I just hope what ever happened, it is for the best...
Friday, 31 October, 2008
(aliya: My husband and I send our deepest condolences to Rohgini and family. It is hard to say goodbye to a baby you've carried for 9 months, one you've learnt to love and care for. Rest assured anyway, that he'll be waiting to welcome you all in Heaven.
So sorry could not attend the funeral etc, as I've not been feeling well myself.
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Pemberian Kenaikan Gaji Kepada Pegawai Perkhidmatan Awam Persekutuan Di Bawah Sistem Saraan Malaysia PP Bil. 7/2007 1.7.2007
Kenaikan Kadar Bantuan Sara Hidup PP Bil. 6/2007 1.7.2007
Perubahan Skim Perkhidmatan PPPLD (Pengenalan Gred DGA38) PP Bil. 11/2007 1.7.2007
Kemudahan Cuti Menjaga Anak (Maksimum 5 Tahun) PP Bil. 15/2007 3.9.2007
Pemberian Hadiah Kenaikan Gaji Kepada PPPS Gred DG41 yang dilantik dari kalangan PPPLD PP Bil. 20/2007 1.7.2007
Pindaan Kadar Imbuhan Tetap Perumahan DG41 ke RM250 dan DG44 Ke RM400. SPP Bil. 16/2007 1.1.2008
Pengiktirafan Kelayakan Ijazah Sarjana dan/ Atau Ph. D. Bagi Maksud Lantikan Ke Dalam Perkhidmatan Awam SPP Bil. 8/2007 27.6.2008
Guru Cemerlang DGA 32 PP Bil. 11/2007 1.7.2007
Bayaran Insentif Subjek Pendidikan (BISP) PP Bil. 15/2002 dan SP KPM Bil 3/2003 1.1.2003
Elaun Guru Besar RM 100, Elaun Pengetua RM 150 SPP KPM Bil. 4/2000 1.1.2001
Elaun Khas Mengikut Lokasi dan Tahap Kesusahan Bagi PPP dan Anngota Kumpulan Sokongan Yang Berkhidmat Di Sekolah-sekolah Pedalaman SPP KPM Bil. 2/2007 1.5.2007
Elaun Balik Kampung Bagi PPPP dan Anggota Kumpulan Sokongan Yang Berkhidmat Di sekolah-sekolah Pedalaman SPP KPM Bil. 3/2007 1.5.2007
Kemudahan Tambang Mengunjungi Wilayah Asal Dua Tahun Sekali Untuk Melawat PP Bil 6/1987
PP Bil. 6 Tahun 2006
Bayaran Insentif Perkhidmatan Kritikal PP Bil. 14/2007 1.1.2008
Elaun Ketua Warden (RM 280) dan Warden Asrama (RM 240) SPP KPM Bil 3/1997
Cuti Tanpa Rekod Semasa Mengikuti Kursus Intensif Di Bawah Program Pendidikan Jarak Jauh JPA(L)S.4.06/3 Klt 3(14) 17.09.1997
Kaedah Pergerakan Gaji Pegawai Cuti Belajar Bergaji Penuh, Cuti Separuh Gaji, dan Cuti Tanpa Gaji Di Bawah Sistem Saraan Malaysia SPP Bil. 5 Thn 2002
Pemakaian Pakaian Batik Malaysia Oleh Pegawai Awam Pada Hari Pertama dan Hari Ke-15 Setiap Bulan JPA(S)TT.193/37/Jld.4(86)
Galakan Memakai Baju Kebangsaan Pada Hari Jumaat JPA(S)TT.193/37/Jld.4(77)
Pemakaian Pakaian Batik Malaysia Oleh Pegawai Awam Pada Hari Khamis PP Bil 1/2008
Elaun Penginapan Dan Makan Bagi Guru-guru Yang Membawa Pelajar Menyertai Kegiatan Kokurikulum SP Kew. KPM Bil 17/1995
Pelaksanaan Kemudahan Perubatan SPP Bil.4 Tahun 2001
Kemudahan Rawatan Perubatan Untuk Ibu Bapa Yang Sah SPP Bil. 1 Tahun 1992
Penguatkuasaan Surat Akujanji Untuk Pegawai Awam PP Bil 17 Tahun 2001
Kemudahan Cuti Pegawai Bersalin PP Bil. 2 Tahun 1998
Skim Pembiayaan Perumahan Secara Islam Mengikut Prinsip Al-Bai Bithaman 'Ajil Dan Syarat-Syarat Serta Tatacara Pinjaman Perumahan Perbendaharaan Malaysia Untuk Harta Kedua SP Perbendaharaan Bil. 10 Thn 2005
Peraturan Dan Syarat Skim Pinjaman Kereta Bagi PPP KPM SP Perbendaharaan Bil. 17 Thn 2001
Pindaan Bayaran Di Bawah Skim Ex-Gratia Bencana Kerja Bagi Anggota Perkhidmatan Awam Pek. Perbendaharaan Bil.7 Thn 2001
Kadar Dan Syarat Tuntutan Elaun, Kemudahan Dan Bayaran Bagi Pegawai-pegawai Perkhidmatan Awam Kerana Bertukar Atau Berpindah Rumah
Pekeliling Perbendaharaan Bil. 4 Thun 1995
Berikut adalah kategori calon yang boleh diberi pengecualian daripada menghadiri kursus induksi Sistem Saraan Baru/Sistem Saraan Malaysia apabila dilantik ke jawatan tetap Pegawai Perkhidmatan Pendidikan Siswazah Gred DG3/DG41.
Berdasarkan Surat Jabatan Perkhidmatan Awam Bil. JPA 241/46 Jld. V (69) bertarikh 1 April 1993. Calon-calon yang boleh dikecualikan daripada menghadiri Kursus Induksi apabila dilantik ke jawatan tetap sebagai PPPS Gred DG3/41 adalah seperti berikut;
1. Guru PPPBS/LD yang dilantik dalam kategori B (skim JKK ’76) atau setaraf seperti B8,B9,C1, B10, T1, D3 yang telah mengambil dan lulus Peperiksaan Am Kerajaan (PAK) sebelum disahkan dalam jawatan sebelum ini.
2. Guru PPPBS/LD yang telah meningkat daripada kategori C8 (SPM) kepada B10 (STPM) mengambil dan lulus PAK sebelum tahun 1994; dan
Pengecualian (berdasarkan keputusan mesyuarat pada 16.8.1999 di antara JPA, KPM dan SPP,
2.1 PPPBS C8 yang meningkat ke B10 tetapi tiada PAK yang telah dilantik ke DG3 sebelum 16.8.1999.
2.2 PPPBS C8 yang telah lulus PAK walaupun tidak disyaratkan tetapi telah dilantik ke DG3 sebelum 16.8.1999.
3. Guru PPPBS/LD yang telah dilantik buat kali pertama selepas tahun 1992 dan telah menduduki Kursus Induksi Kumpulan I sebelum disahkan dalam jawatan.
4. Guru yang telah bertukar daripada skim perkhidmatan lain yang menguntukkan penyandangnya untuk lulus Kursus Induksi Kumpulan I atau lulus PAK sebelum disahkan dalam jawatan dan kemudian dilantik ke PPPS.
5. Guru yang telah meletak jawatan dan telah lulus dengan jayanya Kursus Induksi SSB apabila dilantik dalam jawatan yang memerlukan lulus kursus dalam kumpulan yang sama.
Walau bagaimanapun, pihak JPA melalui surat JPA 241/20/14 Klt. 83( ) bertarikh 23 Disember 2003 telah memutuskan bahawa Pegawai Perkhidmatan Pendidikan Bukan Siswazah C8 yang tidak meningkat ke skel gaji B10 dan telah lulus Peperiksaan Am Kerajaan yang kemudiannya dilantik sebagai Pegawai Perkhidmatan Pendidikan Siswazah Gred DG3 layak untuk dikecualikan dari mengikuti dengan jayanya Kursus Induksi bagi tujuan pengesahan dalam perkhidmatan sebagai PPPS Gred DG3/DG41.
Sunday, October 26, 2008
Friday, October 24, 2008
So sorry for not updating u all with the latest news.
I've been very busy, and still is.
I'll be going off for a short holiday at the hospital (huhuhu) in the 1st week of November. Mymectomy (I know you are smart,so find out what it's about, heheheh)
So am offering this blog to anyone who can do frequent update as I dont know how long it'd take me to recuperate and be on my feet again. The doc said he'll give me 6 weeks off, meaning no need to jaga periksa, mark exam papers, etc this year :D
Anyone want to give it a try?
Shub? Reggie? Faizal? Anyone ?
All you have to do is just to maintain this blog, add any new info and whatever while this lady takes a short rest from the internet [ dont know if I can survive without reading and surfing for 6 weeks!! u-wehhhh :P)
p/s: No news from Meena or Rohgini. Anyone knows what's going on there?
Thursday, October 9, 2008
Anyone remember our pkpg juniour, named Zaleha?
It seems that she was driving back to USM from KKangsar when she dozed off and bang..had an accident. She underwent surgery to remove part of her intestine which had been crushed (hancur) due to the accident. Let's hope she'll recover.
It's tough when we hear news like this.
Let's hope there won't be any further bad news involving PKPG tesolians.
Do be careful, drive carefully and keep in touch.
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
ok guys, here's the latest update on Roghini's baby... Actually Rog and her husband have been requesting for the baby to be transferred to the GH immediately after the operation as the ICU bill was piling, but the Doc refused to release the baby due to... only he knows the reason... So, finally they managed to push the Doc to transfer the baby to GH on Monday (6/10) and the final bill that GMC stated was RM110,000... So, I have tried my best to make arrangements for them to meet some important people and GOD willing they get all the help they can... At the meantime, Rog has not given me the website yet and Suba is also doing something to help them... Thanx to all and let us hope that GOOVIIN gets well and home soon...
ALIYA: That's a relief.. to know that finally Gooviin is transferred to the GH. At RM2000 a day, the hospital is doing a cut-throat business. Can't they give a discount since the bill of RM110k is too just much? What happens if the parents can't pay? If I were Rohgini, I won't bother about paying the GMC yet. the FOCUS now is getting the baby cured and healthy again. GMC afford to wait for the money, but the baby and the parents are rushing for a cure.
It is as if a piercing pain when i came to know about this. My daughter was there once. The time when i was short-funded, i contacted Henry Cheah from the account department. i hope he is still there. Anyway, this was what we have gone through. we were arranged to meet the press - "The Star" by the hospital admin. News is published to raise fund from the public. That solved the opeartion expenses. The follow-ups were quite costly too. Luckily, we met Henry Cheah from the mentioned department. He is the one who gave us a few discounts. Try to visit him, his office is on the right from the entrance. Roghini, wherever you are, don't lose faith. i hope my info comes in time. Love, shuren.
Thursday, 09 October, 2008
THANX A ZILLION SHUREN! I will convey this message to her... and also thanx to the rest for your time and thoughts which I will surely pass to Roghini...
Thursday, 09 October, 2008
Boon Yew said...
Hi hi... RM110,000 is a huge sum. With our new salary at RM2000 a month, Roghini will have to work 55 months to earn it. I won't consider her husband bcos he needs to feed the family. So 55 months is equals to 11.5 years!!!! Give and take the salary increament, she still needs to work for 11 years!!!
But GMC makes in just two months!!!! Wow! I think it will be soon that we become a communist country if this trend continues la...
Well, more importantly is that we all say our prayers for Rohgini and her baby to be safe and in good health.
I talk later...
Saturday, October 4, 2008
Hie guys and gals, amidst all these happenings... I would like to share a painful experience one of our course mates is going through at this very moment... It is none other than our mummy (Rohgini) who graduated with us... If you all remember very well, she delivered on the 18th of August, just after our graduation ceremony but unfortunately her baby is still in the hospital...
This is because the nurses found out after a few hours of delivery, he was not or could not drink the milk he was fed... After x-ray and so on, the doctors in Lam Wah Ee found out that something was wrong with his passage that the milk was not going in and told the parents that the only available surgeon is in GMC... so, once he was referred there, the doctor told them that the operation would only come up to maybe RM20,000... so they agreed and the operation was a success... But after the op, the baby does not seem to be responding as what the doctor expected and therefore he needs to be kept in the ICU... and the ICU costs RM2,000 per day which has made the bill to come up to RM 80,000 at the moment... So, Roghini and her hub are finding ways to meet the bill now... I would email the picture of the baby in the hospital to Aliya so that she can put it up in the blog for all of us to see and believe me guys he is a pityful sight as my hub and I visited him at the ICU...
Both of us wished we could just take him away from the ICU as he lay there so helplessly... and I can exactly understand what Roghini is going through... I thought the all of us could maybe do our part by offering some help in any form to Roghini and her family... If it is ok then, I will later pass the website to Aliya to enable us to help them...
Let us all also pray that he gets out of the hospital soon...
hi everyone...how's raya?ok?me not ok anymore...boring ar..have to go back to trg to early as the holidays are only for a few days...i have equally divided my precious raya holiday btwn trg and png...so boring la here...can't go for shopping anymore...hmm...so sad to hear what happened to roghini's baby..pity her...but i hope there will be good news for her and her family...me?still nothing...berduet je lg...blm buat trio...pray for me friends...till next time...SELAMAT HARI RAYA...from NANA
Monday, 06 October, 2008
hai rohgini. there is no words to describe my feeling towards ur situation now. however, please be brave for the sake of ur family. i will pray everyday for ur newborn son's well-being. take a good care of urself...(me-). miss u a lot.
Tuesday, 07 October, 2008
Boon Yew said...
I suggest that Rohgini should transfer her baby to GH. They have a fantastic team at the maternity and paedriatic departments.
The government can bear it for her if the baby goes to the GH. Anyhone knows 'anyone' in the GH? Meena, perhaps?
Let Rohgini not wait any further for the RM2000 per day to fold up.
Get her baby to the GH. Our employer will see to the well-being of all of us and our family.
We're entitled to FIRST CLASS WARDS.
Tuesday, 07 October, 2008
Hi! i feel sad bout Roghini's baby. Let all of us pray for her baby and i am sure he will be fine. I am just wandering wat the doctor in GMC is doing so far. By putting the baby in ICU doesnt help anything but the bill is folding up day by day. The doctor should come up with solution to help the baby. Meena, can you ask Roghini to take her baby's photo and her bank account no. Maybe we can put it in an email and circulate around. May God will protect and bless the baby always...
Aliya: Sorry for the late reply. My health's been like a yo-yo since June, unpredictable like the weather. Too bad about Rohgini's baby. Boon Yew's right - get the baby to the GH. When it comes to staying in the wards, nothing beats the GH's price, though the service is so-so. Meena, please state what sickness he has, and what he needs to survive, so that we can have a clearer picture and can provide more assistance, God willing. Please tell Rohgini to hang-on, I know it's a torture to see your own child sick and helpless.
Thursday, October 2, 2008
i know a lot of u guys miss me so am here to say a big HELLO.he he...just kidding.actually i find this blog an excellent place to vent all my suppressed emotions.tryst me...i have a lot of those feelings these day.n no prizes 4 guessing why.he he...
REGGIE!!!!how could u la???u r a terrible,horrible teacher.there, now i have made u feel like *****he he, just kidding la.i know exactly y u did tht cause u felt sorry 4 these kids.but just a piece of advice frm me.u r not helping them in anyway reggie.i also have students who come n bad mouth to me abt other teachers but i always tell them that it s not good to say things like tht n tht a teacher treats them that way cause they behave in such a terrible manner.no doubt, i understand wat my students r trying 2 say,i always make it a point to remind them that it takes 2 to tango. n in fact, i ask them a lot of ques such as what makes u hate tht particular teacher,or wat does he/she do tht u dislike.n then i try to avoid all those things when i deal with these students.
wat i am actually trying impart here is that, we must try to show them the right from wrong and make them understand y obeying something is vital.for example,there is a book for teachers to fill in the discipline probs of the day tht occur in the class n state down those students names n the book is placed in the class n handled by the monitor.so wat happened was, i wrote down this boys name XX in the book cause he s forever playing in thye class n never does my work.he is a boy wit a lot of discipline probs in school where by he s been suspended for quite a number of times.so the other day,he was looking at the book n noticed tht i wrote his name twice(not including the other teachers who has written his name).he was so upset n looked terribly down.i askedd his fren why.and the fren told me tht she s upset cause i in particular wrote his name.
then i called XX n explained to him tht he has left me with no choice but to write his name cause he has never done my work.i told him tht no teacher will want 2 simply write a students name in the book for no valid reason.(all this was of course traslated to him in chinese)n u know wat happened the next minute?he quitely went bak 2 his place,took out his exercise book n started copying the grammar work i wrote on thye board.he didn t answer the questions but i gave him credit cause he did some work.for me, it s an achievement cause,the first time i came,he totally ignored me, n scolded me in some chinese vulgar words.but now, he greets n smiles coyly at me.i know whether, i have got the message across but cuba try test this approach la k gang?
Sunday, 28 September, 2008
hi...guys im back again...saras
wow guys u'l really have lots of news to share... bravo to everyone.. miss you'll.
as for me, school life becoming so bored la. as usual the seniors conquer the school. they even decide whether we junior should stay in mornin or afternoon session.
guess what!! most probably i'l be teaching geography next year. maybe that will be major subject in there since one of the senior teacher are going off next week. im studying geo every day before i teach the students this year. whatever task and post the senior teacher had is being pas to me. next year will be a hell year for me, i guess.
the worst task is im selected as a discipline teacher. i have to take special care for the indian students. sometimes i have to chase the indian boys who ponteng classes.
well, all my malay frens s\especially aliya SELAMAT HARI RAYA.....
TAKE CARE GUYS.......
Aliya: Thanks for the wishes,ladies.. Good work, Shub, cayalah! Saras, Geog teacher? Huhuhuu, good luck. I'm hoping to get all English and ICT next year. This year also kena Sejarah F4, have to read up before going to classes..everyday just give notes, copy! hehehe, thank God now have good blogs for Sejarah, I just copy notes from the blogs written by experienced Sejarah teachers, put in PPoint and give the students, kawtim!
Saturday, September 27, 2008
It's a few days towards Eidilfitri. It'd be my third celebration of the Eid, God willing.
Therefore, I'd like to take the opportunity to wish all our Muslim friends and readers a blessed Eidilfitri, maaf zahir & batin. Also to all tesolians, regardless of race and religion, please forgive me if there's any words or deeds done intentionally or unintentionally which have caused hurt or anger throughout our 3 years' course. To err is human, to forgive divine.
Have a great time with your family and friends. Enjoy makan-makan.
Sorry Reggie, no Raya open-house this year. I'm still staying in the 'pigeon hole' and still looking for better accommodation. Also still under medication for my 'sakit puan' laa.. God willing, will have a grand open-house next year, just for tesolians, hehehee..
See you all after the festive break!
Till then take care.. drive carefully..cheerio :))
Thanks Boon Yew! I feel much better coz u did the same thing oso... haha...Now who's notty, huh? To Meena, kesian la the boy. You know wat, maybe the boy has kleptomania (is a complex disorder characterized by repeated, failed attempts to stop stealing). Must take him to see doctor first before expelled him from school...
Calvin, ISA stands for Ikut Suka Aku... I think we have to be extra careful when we send our comments in this blog... Silap hari masuk jail...hahaha... Erm... did i say anything wrong???
Aliya, I oso want to get away from school... Any courses pun jadila. As long as i dont stay in the school...heheBtw, to all my Muslim friends, I want to wish all of you 'Selamat Hari Raya, Kepada Saudara serta saudari... setahun hanya sekali..merayakan hari yang mulia ini... selamat Hari raya......"
Ermm... takda rumah terbuka ke?
Thursday, September 25, 2008
Just found out that school session 2009 starts on January 4th for Kedah, Kelantan & Trengganu while for other states, it's on 5th January.
Here's the news:
SESSI PERSEKOLAHAN TAHUN 2009
KUALA LUMPUR 24 Sept. — Sesi persekolahan untuk tahun depan bagi negeri Kedah, Kelantan dan Terengganu akan bermula pada 4 Jan manakala bagi negeri-negeri lain adalah pada hari berikutnya.Menurut kenyataan
Kementerian Pelajaran mengenai kalendar persekolahan tahun depan, penggal pertama bagi sekolah-sekolah di Kedah, Kelantan dan Terengganu ialah dari 13 Mac hingga 21 Mac,
cuti pertengahan tahun dari 29 Mei hingga 13 Jun,
cuti penggal kedua 21 Ogos hingga 29 Ogos, dan
cuti akhir tahun dari 20 Nov hingga 2 Jan 2010.
Bagi negeri-negeri lain,
cuti penggal pertama bermula 14 Mac hingga 22 Mac;
pertengahan tahun 30 Mei hingga 14 Jun;
penggal kedua 22 Ogos hingga 30 Ogos, dan
cuti akhir tahun dari 21 Nov hingga 3 Jan 2010.
Menurut kementerian itu, jumlah hari persekolahan termasuk cuti am tahun depan ialah sebanyak 208 hari.— BERNAMA
Source from http://www.utusan.com.my/ 24/9/2008
So friends, what are you waiting for?
Time to plan your 2009 vacation, your wedding, also your next pregnancy & delivery date, hehehe :))
Saturday, September 20, 2008
Aliya dear, this is no promotion but suppresion!!!All english classes are dominated by senior teachers in my school so much so that I've to teach KH.There is tendency of these teacher to sideline newcomers. They raises a wall between themselves and other 'outsiders'. Psychological pressure does not merely come from students but from this group of teachers too. They are the ones who will get first hand news, decide among themselves then announce. Their clout over the HM is rather impressive too.These are my laments...I tahan.... tahan.... tahan....
Aliya: Wahh so teruk ahh? Lucky thing my Big Boss and 2nd Boss are fair, no pilih2 kasih. All teachers can approach them anytime to talk, ask for help, complain etc, hehehee. If it's your option, you'd get a class to teach. So far so good la here, no clique among teachers - maybe coz we have many good ustaz & ustazah here to check & balance. Staff meeting also must end within 1 hour (2-3pm). How about the rest? School like mine or like Boon Yew's?
This is the culture in most schools in Malaysia. The seniors always have the power to voice their opinions and to make any decision they want. Whether you are 30 or 40 or 50, if you are new to that school, you are always a junior and you have to wait for your turn. We always have to start from an egg then turn into chick. After that, into a chicken. Next, into an old chicken. hehe... siapala kita???Btw, few weeks ago i did a terrible thing. I helped my students to keep their mobile phones during spot check in school (But i did tell them it's my first and last and I won't help them anymore). The HM and PKs knew about it later on and they did mention about this case during the staff meeting. (They didn't mention my name). They said i'd against my etiquette as a teacher... sigh... So, to all my Tesolian friends.Do you think i am so so wrong? Actually those students are from last class and they come to school just to kill their time... They dun study and they can't study oso... but they are more naive and innocent than those students from the elite classes. These students work to earn some money to buy something for themselves. Each day i get to know them and be friend with them. They are not bad students. They just need attention. I prefer to teach them rather than other students who think they are so good and so perfect.... So, tell me...someone, somebody... am i a bad teacher??????????? sigh...
Wednesday, 24 September, 2008
Boon Yew said...
Hmmm... Hmmm... Hmmm... Reggie, you notty notty teacher...But, I've done this too. hehehehehe... Even when I was a discipline teacher. There are a few conditions to this kind of cases, though.First, I will keep for them if they surrender the phone to me the first thing in the morning before school starts. This would mean that they will only get to use it after school has finished and they will not misuse and abuse our kindness.Second, I do not keep for those students who have bad track of discipline records. If these kind of students want me to help, they will have to help the school first, i.e. they have to be helpful to everyone in the class and in the school, if possible. And they have to come with proofs that they have been good. Hehehehehehehe... none have ever agreed to this till now.Third, never allow them to use us as saviours at the last moments. Let them feel the pinch from the discipline board one a while. We may do some kindness sometimes but they must pay back somehow, either in the form of completing our homework promptly for the next few weeks or whatever form of positive reinforcement that you feel you want to give. Last week, I kept a fantastically new Motorola, donno whch model, for a naughty boy in the school. Ha! Kenalah. He promised me to be a good booy with no troubles for his teachers and friends until the end of the semester, he will tuck his shirt smartly all the time and he will greet all teachers. Hehehehe... he's enjoying still now. So I kept it for him and he was so lucky for his class was checked after he passed the phone to me, after recess. He gave it to me during recess.I do tricks like this to keep everyone in the school happy. It's a form of corruption but for me if it can make someone learn something good, why not?Till later...
Wednesday, 24 September, 2008
Calvin Teoh said...
You are a fantastic teacher! Our nation needs more people like you. Unfortunately those people will end up like Raja Petra ISA! Ha ha ha!
Thursday, 25 September, 2008
Hie guys! After a long time I am back here to say HELLO! Just for your information, the boy who attempted to steal my hp has been expelled from the school. Isn't that shocking? Well, I was shocked to hear that from the discipline teacher the very next day itself but I just had no time to update you guys on it... Anyway, cheer up guys as Raya is around the corner, Deepavali is around the corner and the best of all, our one and a half month holiday is around the corner... So, CHEER UP GUYS AND GALS!!! THAT'S THE BEST PART OF BEING A TEACHER!I take this opportunity to wish all my MUSLIM FRIENDS 'SELAMAT HARI RAYA' and 'MAAF ZAHIR BATIN' guys and gals if I had done done, said or gestured anything wrongly towards any of you PKPG Tesolians immaterial of your religion... A BIG THANK YOU to Aliya too, for creating this blog as we not only exchange our views, oppinions and a place to let out our frustration but also to wish our friends on any happy occasions...
Thursday, 25 September, 2008
Calvin Teoh said...
Wow! Fishqueen can talk. Merepek saje but Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri to all my human Muslim friends. As long as you are not any sea creature... :-)
Thursday, 25 September, 2008
For your info friends, Cal and I are at school for a Multimedia course... Of all the people us, but maybe Cal needs it... So, you can guess lah what we ended up doing during the course... He he he! And the facilitator was none other than our Super Duper Senior from USM... Ennada kodumai ithe! (Something in Tamil meaning WHAT A TORTURE?)
Friday, September 19, 2008
Hi everyone...It seems that everybody has their own stories to tell. Mainly about discipline problems. Wah Chuah, you're so tough. I think I cannot be as tough as you are because I cannot control my anger. Once I started losing my patience it will be hard for me to cool down. I am afraid I cannot stop beating the students. hehehe...or the students cannot stop beating me! heheh... Until now, I do not have any serious disciplinary problems at my school. Only that I have been given a lot of responsibilities such as to prepare my ICT lab for a pioneer project known as IES from MOE. Only 150 schools selected for this 'Projek Rintis'(throughout Malaysia..). It's an honour actually, but when I think about the work that I have to do...gosh! It's only 2 and a half months since our graduation day but the work loads keep piling higher and higher. I hope somebody out there can share their happy stories with us in this blog. I'm not whining okay...only want to share my story with you guys. Maybe we can make our own 'My Story' like what we did in MPTB. Cheerio....
Boon Yew said...
Hehehehe... Faizal, this is a good place for us to let our steam out and learn from one another.All credits go to Aliya. Kudos!!!Err... Speaking of duties and responsibilities... Hmmmppphhhh... You know what?? I have been identified to be a KH teacher for next year!!!Apalah nasib.... Pergi belajar nak ajar bahsa orang putih, balik pii sekolah jadi enjinir pulak!!!!i should have gone for an engineering degree la!!!!!
So unfair. Mati-mati dengan literature and methodology and syntax and semantics and I can now see Dr Munir, Dr Salasiah, Dr Alias, Dr Azelena, Dr Suzannah... Ohh.... how my heart laments.... Alas....Now, an engineer pula. When will my ordeal end?? From music to english and now to KH!!!! Don't nanti later I end up as a Pengetua pula booo hooo hooo hooo :-((I talk later... Pergi ajar tuition now. Tata...
Hahahaa.. congrats Faizal, awal-awal dah naik pangkat, cikgu IT...
Congrats BoonYew, wahh, Kh teacher next year? Can upah u to come repair any broken stuff at home la, hehehee.
Yeah, don't we all miss Dr Munir, Dr SalasYeah, Dr Alias, Dr Azlena, Dr Suzannah etc, don't we, don't we?? :P
Me? Ahh, my English head already hinting that Imight have to teach SPM classes next year, uhuk3.. meaning no more relaxing and going home at 2pm like nowadays.. and most probably being the class teacher also, urgghhh.. am trying to keep a low profile at school but cannot laaa..
Chat with you all later, wanna have my beauty sleep.. Take care!
Thursday, September 18, 2008
Thanks for your SMS, Kalas but sorry that I didn't reply immediately.In reply to Kalas's reaction towards her students, I feel that more than that could be done.
In both my past postings I told of how I mistreated my students. But do note that these are individual cases which I consider isolated.I feel that in order for us to save ourselves, we must understand why these students become rebellious and retaliate the school system. It is imminent that we diagnose our children from the root.Try to find out from them why they become so.
You may say that you are a female (or soft, for our dear Tan Eng Choung) teacher, but I think we are capable of reaching their depth if we sit with them to get to know them.Do remember that these students do not come under us for only a year. They will be with us till the end or their school life or our school life, whichever is earlier. We will deal with them directly till either party leaves the school.Therefore, we must learn to survive.To do so, we need to help them to help ourselves. When we give goodness, we beget goodness.This is what I do with my students. Hehehehe... this time the good part :-D
Take some time off teaching. When we get students who are rebellious or who find us boring, there must be a reason for this to happen.Don't teach for the sake of just to teach and finish the syllabus. These type of students do not need to finish the syllabus. They just need enough to survive in the real world outside. What is to them when we feed them with Life's Brief Candle or If or Si Tenggang?? They do not need these to survive later.
Take time off from teaching. Get to know them from inside. Ask questions that will sound as if you're concern about their well-being. Make them feel that they are important to you and that you are there to give them a helping hand. let them know that you are not to teach them to become professors but just to survive in the real world when they leave school.
A very important part that I have learnt about these type of students is that we must try to know their family background. Once we know the type of life they live at home, we try to adjust ourselves to meet their sufferings.
I have said before that there are several standard questions that I will ask on the very first day I go into the classes. They are,their names (eminently important!), where they live and what their parents do.My students are mostly from the lower rung in the society where books are not the utmost important element in life but money.I have tried my level best to shift their contemporary perspective. They must be made to understand that knowledge will deter them from being cheated when they grow up later. Especially when legal aspects are concerned.
Tell them that they need to be able to understand basic language to avoid being cheated.Then, because language is a problem for them, we have to learn to use their language too. Teens today don't talk the way we do. We have evolved away from our teenage years but they are just there now. Update ourselves with the latest teen trends. Watch KungFu Panda (my nickname in school now. Hehehehehe...).
Live with the nicknames that they give you. Be appreciative that they give you one. Turn their insult into a gift and these kids will be confused and will start to accept you. Don't get angry over these names because it can become a weapon that kills you. Just like a knife, it depends on which end we hold, it can become a friend or a foe.Yes, we can tell them once or twice but they won't listen. But once or twice are not enough. Already their brains are as hard as granites so that they can't even absorb lessons, I think we need to repeat our nags to pound good moral values into their heads.I will ask every student to tuck in their shirt each time I see one hanging out. I repeat this to everyone of them. Now that it's 2.55 months, they know it automatically that when they see me they'll check their shirt ends.
Another of my nagging is foul language. To my 2E class, they have promised me to cut down on using these flowery languages and each time any of them utter a foul word, they will be told. Now, they are very alert of my being around or near them. They check their vocabs :-).
Those who are in Form 5 and some in Form 4 who had tasted my medicine still remember and they are extremely polite whenever they meet me.But remember too that we tell them with mild tones. Just like how our mothers talk to us when we are sick. No one likes to be shouted at so flare out your patience to them as much as possible until you run out of it then hehehehe... manhandle them :-DAll the above examples use a lot of 'I' and 'me' pronouns.
But I believe if all of us work together in the same rhythm, our students will learn to grow up being better beings in the society. They don't need books more than they need morality. Buddha did not emphasise on every human reading his sutras, nor did Jesus wanted us all to read his bible, in fact he did not even write a single word in the bible. As well, Nabi Muhammad did not force all Muslims to memorise the Quran.Final words are, get to them bottom of our students' problem, take time off from teaching to know them, speak their language, be part of them in order to mould them from the most basic, teach them to survive the real world.
One question: Why do we need to do this?
Answer: It is for the safety of our own children. If we don't prepare our students to be good citizens, our own children will later live in a violent environment, or some of us may even start to think if we need to have children to suffer in their later life.Till later...
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Now when my students see me they call me 'teacher' or 'lao si'(in chinese means teacher oso). heheMiracle le... The trick is i have to feel what they feel and be in their position. Students nowadays are totally different from the students in those time (70s-90s). I did ask a few teachers in my school and they oso told me students have been changing days by days... Naughtier and nastier... Subha, u r right!We cannot run away from problems. Just learn to numb yourselves, learn to tolerate more and love your students...heheAfter all they are human like us. Why they are naughty? Ask their parents lo? hehe Always look from the source. Am i right?To Boon Yew....u look sam seng woh...
hi kalas here.. my MBS students also the same.very agrressive...n u'll know la. terrible especially the form 3. but i dun care.. our job is teaching... so just carry out our job. u can tell / advise them once or twice. if they dun listen just ignore and carry on with our job.
Monday, September 15, 2008
My story cont...
This morning I naik berang in another class again :-)
It is 1E now.
An Indian boy, Shanmugam, who has got two elder brothers in school was beaten up by me.This boy is a total contrast from his two brothers.
I taught his eldest brother before I went for studies and now he is in Form4. His second brother is in my 2E class. Both these elder brothers are angels and reliable, though not the brightest in the las class. But Shanmugam, being in the last class did not make him an angel like his two brothers.
It happened that I went in for relief at 1230 just now. When I reached the class they were already rather restless and were talking loudly. I commanded those on duty to clean the class before school ended at 1310. This Shanmugam tried to be a hero by speaking for his fren that that fren had already swept the floor in the morning and told his fren to ignore my order. I kept pressing the other boy to sweep and ignored Shanmugam. The boy gave in and went to sweep. Then this Shanmugam continued muttering in Tamil and said to his fren that he was stupid to listen to "this pundek Chinese"!!! I understood what he said with my smattering Tamil. I confronted him in my meagre Tamil and gave him a stern warning not to continue his instigation.
He cooled down, for a while. Then busied myself with the boys who were sweeping the floor to waste my time away in the class. I didn't want to teach because they were too anxious to go home then.
Out of a sudden, I heard a chair being dragged and looked up to see that this 'angel' Shanmugam was ready to throw a chair at another fren!!! I shouted at him to stop. He stopped but only not to throw the chair; he chased his fren around the classroom. Again I told them to stop but he ignored my warning and continued as if I was not there.When he ran past me, I caught hold of his arm, but he twisted himself free from me. I then caught up with him and slapped my palm onto his back so hard that he stumbled two steps forward. He turn to face me his face as angry as a bull, with his nostrils all opened up and puffing away (he is actually an inch taller than I). I faced him and added another two slaps on his chest and that pushed him back a few steps. After that I ordered him to sit but he refused. He stood up against me. I so angry then that I put my fist up and told him that if he doesn't sit right then, I'll shatter his face. That got him very frighten. He was shivering by then.
I turned back and wrote the borang Demerit. After a few minutes, seeing that he had cooled down, I went to tell him that I hit him for the sake of his parents and his brothers. I slao said that he has shamed his whole family today. He turned his face away from me when I talked to him. I left him to himself.
After the bell rang, I told him to follow me to the staff room but he turned his back to me and walked off saying that he's father is already waiting. I went off the other way. No point chasing after him.Five minutes later this 'angel' came climbing into the staff room and looked for me and apologised. I don't know what got into him, but he just came back. He made a verbal promise that today will be the last time he misbehaves in school.
I don't know how true those words are but I will watch him carefully.
hallo fellow tesolians!!u have not seen me for quite some time as i was tied down with school work n not to mention handling my chaotic students.so tht explains y i am always so tired at the end of the day n thus, can t find the time to touch the keyboard of my lappy.i have read all yer stories so far abt yer students' havoc in school n let me tell u, w, the new teachers are not the only ones. recently went 4 a course and met so many senoir teachers n they seem to have the same prob as us too despite the numerous years handling these teenagers. what i have summed up from the 2 days of intense chatting with these teachers, i learnt that, students these days mostly if not all have the same screwed up attitude.(excuse the lg,but it s the result of disappointment n fury).it s just tht the generation today seem to give a ****about teachers.a lot of things annoy me such as not greeting teachers, not asking for permission when drinking water, not adressing us as"teacher" when they talk but prefer using "you","awak" instead,sleeping during classes, having their private discussions in grps even though teacher's teaching in front, using foul lgs in their mother tongue n the list goes on and on....and this makes me really sit down n think whether this is all worth becoming a teacher.it s suppose to be a very rewarding career where they seem to say that students will appreaciate you one day.maybe 3 months is too early to see the results, but i don t even see the sign of appreciation coming anywhere in the near future.i know i have crapped a lot but in a nutshell, what am actually trying to say is....u r not alone.like it or not we have to face these students n teachers, it s not yer fault that they r like that, so quit blaming yourselves.everyday i try new things out with my students n from there i know what to adjust to get them to just sit in the class during eng. have got a long way more to get them to do anything independently in eng.so don t give up as we have so many years more to go(unless u wanna take optional retirement but then again u ll loose all the privileges).things may improve or deteriorate but make sure yer students know who s the boss.take good care of yourselves...cheers!!!
(Aliya: Ah, Shub, don't worry. Stick around longer and you'll soon learn all their tricks, hahahaa.. Whatever you do or feel, remember that your life, future and happiness are more important than those a%&$#@*! Keep your wits about you and see the humour in everything.)
Saturday, September 13, 2008
After 2.5 months, I think all of us have come down to the real world. Your experiences are just part of what could be worse. On the second week of my returning to my 'alma mater', I almost killed a boy.
In a Remove class, I tried to teach them BM when I went for relief. I wrote answers on the board and asked them to copy from the board. One boy took his friend's book to copy from it. I got annoyed and took his friend's book away and asked him to copy from the board (I don't think my writing is that bad at all!). As I turned around he shouted in Hokkien, "I don't know what the COCK WRITING you're writing!"
I turned back and gave him a tight slap across his face but he stupidly turned his nose to my palm and I slammed his nose making it bloody. That quietened the whole class :-). Until today, no more nonsense with me everytime I went in for relief.
I went to see the boy after his nose had dried and consolled him. Talked to him till he cried out of guilt. Two days later, his mother met me and I told his mother of the duty of the school and a teacher to help parents educate their chilkdren to prepare them to face the society and a whole lot of BS till the boy's mother too brokedown and cried.
Hmmmpphh... Satisfied. Managed to make both mother and child cried out of guilt. My PK Ko-K was shocked that they both ended up crying instead of like other parents going home angry.
Yesterday, 12 Sept 2008, I was walking down the stairs to the staff room to get home when a boy walked along side me and said that one gang of students are waiting for him in a lane behind some houses outside of the school gate because he was attacked and faught with another classmate earlier and had reported to the HM and had caused his attacker to be sacked from school this coming week. He's just 15, thin, quiet, mild, and at times jovial (from the last class of form 2 and academically not promising at all but with pleasant manners). Another boy were actually escorting him to the place of rendevous. It was just like in CSI! Tha boy that the other boys sent to escort this boy was a huge boy almost the size of Faizal with the height of Daniel!
What to do? I asked this small boy to go into the staff room with the pretext that he's being reprimanded. I then asked the huge boy to follow me to the office to give me a hand. Confronted the huge boy in front of the Disp Head and told him to get off not to meddle in it or he'll be expelled as well (he's been twice suspended, a third will get him out). I went back to the small kid and had no choice but to escort him home. He on his bicycle and I on my C70. Oh, this small boy lives above my apartment.
This is my 'alma mater'. A temporary juvenile prison.
More gory stories to come. Of teachers, students and administrators...
Friday, September 12, 2008
Those teaching less than 6 years as DG29, your 3-5 years' service in SK is counted as a year in DG41.
Those between 6-8 years, you'd get 2 years bonus+ 8 years as DG41 before you can get time-based to DG44.
Those teaching 9 years and above, you'd get 3 bonus + 7 years as DG41 before you can jump to DG44 under time-based promotion.
Check the circular by asking your school clerk or principal.
Apart from that, you'd need to pass PTK with aras 3, good laporan prestasi for 3 years berturut2..among other things.
(Aliya: hahahaa... same thing happens in my school since the 2nd day of Ramadhan..and the "kaboom-ing" happens almost everyday during recess :P Those daring to do it are usually the F4 & F5 heroes.. and the best part is, they know if they get caught they's get a 2-week holiday - kena gantung sekolah! Then they can have a good excuse for not attending school. We sure produce students yang berketrampilan..in bad ways, huhuhuu.
Monday, September 8, 2008
I raised my voice despite the fact that it was puasa time, and Muslims were supposed to be patient. Well, patience is one thing, being irritated on purpose is another thing. And friends, you know how loud I can be, right? I mean really really LOUD!
I was teaching Sejarah Form 4..FYI, starting 2004 almost 3/4 is about sejarah Islam.. and I was going thru' the answers for the Penilaian paper with the class.. coz they did quite badly.
There're about 10 Indians in the class, including an Indian girl. Disliking Sejarah is fine but when they're talking loudly in Tamil and disrupting the lesson, I couldn't take it anymore. You may pelempang little kids if they misbehave but 8 Indian lads taller than you? Despite repeated warnings and instructions to keep quiet or talk softly, they continued their loud chatter in Tamil while I was trying to explain the concepts of Perjanjian Hudaibiyah etc to the others who were listening. (I'm getting good in Sejarah Islam, hehehee).
Finally I walked over to them, told them to get out of the class if they don't want to study. They became quiet but nobody moved a muscle. One had the nerve to snigger nervously. I was challenged and I was ready for battle.
"Out!" I thundered. Nobody moved.
I grabbed a school bag and took it to the door, put it on the floor outside the classroom. That did the magic. One by one, the whole group stood up and left the classroom in a huff. They didn't stand outside the classroom but walked off to the staircase. Someone in the class clapped.
The whole class had a peaceful time for the remaining 10 minutes of the lesson. FYI it was not the first time the group disrupted the class during Sejarah lessons, just because they don't like it. Previously their behaviours were tolerated but I guess there'll be a time you say enough is enough. There are a few Indian students who did not join the group and were follwing the lesson closely so you can't say this is a racial thing. They had bullied the former teacher whose class I took over but I'm not gonna let their bad behaviours continue.
I took down the names of those who walked out (2 stubbornly stayed away from class until I left) and reported to the principal. The new PK HEM took it seriously and there're gonna be further action until we wipe out this type of disciplinary problems in school. Disrespect toward the teachers. Disrupting lessons. Indiscipline. Refusal to do written work in class. That should be about 15 demerit marks.
This morning the cuplrits were extra polite in class. They must have been 'cloroxed' by the Big Boss and PKs in school.
I dont touch them. I dont even scold them. I just grab their bags coz that's the only thing I know that they care about.
Friday, September 5, 2008
Hie everyone! What happened people? Where is everyone? Before convo was all the huha and noise making and now no more noise also...Anyway, wanted to share this experience with everyone...
On Wednesday, I nearly lost my hp in school... How it happened? I put my hp into my handbag and entered 1M, the last class... Since the class was noisy, without giving any instructions I started giving them some grammar exercises on the blackboard... And since I was facing my back at them, could not see what was happening behind my back... And since I did not give any instructions, the students knew I was angry because they were noisy, and quickly started copying the exercises into their text books quietly... Amidst all these one boy quickly opened my handbag and took out my hp... I always refer to the time in my hp as it follows my school time accurately... Then, I started to look for my hp in my handbag as I wanted to see the time...
What a shock! My hp is not there... Then I ask the class students, did anyone see my hp and they reply no... Ok, continue with your work and I'll be back... So, I quickly rush down to my table in the staff room just to make sure that I did not leave it there... And alas, it is not there either...
Helen who is sitting behind me asks me what are you searching for Meena... and I tell her "my hp is missinglah Helen and I remember damn well putting it into my handbag before entering 1M but where can it be now"
Helen then calls my hp just to make sure that it is nowhere at my table... It is ringing but no one is answering...
"It is ok Helen, I am going back to the class"
The moment I enter the class, the monitor comes rushing to me, "Teacher, your hp was in the dustbinlah"
HUH?! I was so shocked and was wondering who the hell could have done that... Like God sent, the discipline teacher Mr. Tan walks down the staircase near this class... I go out and call him, "Mr Tan can you please help me?" and I relate the whole scenerio to him...
"Don't worry Meena I will investigate ok"
So, I just left. Then, I saw the boys of 1M were called in groups by Mr Tan. After some time, I saw one 1M boy standing with his head down and one lady sitting across Mr Tan talking to him...Just before I went back at 6.05pm, I managed to catch Mr Tan and when I asked him, "was that the boy who took my hp?", he said "yes" and the boy has been suspended for 2 weeks... I was shocked again and kind of felt bad but I think Mr Tan did what was necessary as it should be a lesson for the rest of the students...
Well, that's my story... And I'm taking the trouble to share with all of you this story because Calvin, myself and another teacher Henry came up with a lot of moral values of the story, that day itself...
No. 1: never silence your hp even when you enter the class because if I had silenced my hp, then the students would have not heard it ringing when Helen called...
No. 2: teachers should not buy expensive hps (Henry's moral value)
No. 3: leave it with Calvin or Henry (Calvin and Henry's moral value)So, friends take which ever you want and keep it in mind everytime you enter classes for your lessons...
TC dudes! and don't keep silent ok...
CONTINUE WITH YOUR COMMENTSLAH!!!
(aliya: Fuhh!!! Glad that you got back your hp, Meena. Next time put your handbag on a chair beside the board for better safety.)
Glad to hear that you get your handphone back. IF I'm in your shoes at that time, I would run amok in the class. I will use the best method that I learnt in the uni, lempanglogy ( we learnt that, don't we?, no ha?) heheh...Yeah, Calvin and his idea...of course la, he sells handphone! hahahah...really miss the day when we huha huha in and out the class. I'll email the photos later k. Its's really slow to upload in this lab. How's the rest pkpg's doing ha?P.S: Since I'm 'hibernating' or staying most of my time in the lab, if you guys have anything to ask about formatting, or about pc, let me know okay!
Hi!i was so busy after the convo and i guess i am still busy till now. I have to mark English trail exam papers (Form3).These 2 weeks we have cuti raya replacement. Then, exam after raya...Then, food fair, then i am 'Penyelaras Sijil Berhenti Sekolah and Sijil Kedatangan Penuh'... and i'm form teacher oso...Last Saturday i went to Gua Kandu and eco-farm with 33 science students (although i'm not a Science teacher). My cousin asked me to go so i went la. Very interesting, challenging and superb (I mean the cave). Dont compare with Mulu cave or other 'canggih-canggih caves' ok. heheMeena, your student really 'tabik' la... so daring!!! Mau kena pelempang la this student... teacher's handphone oso wanted to steal... dah la we still get half salary... gaji sikit...But my school almost the same... curi pens... sob...sek... coz i guess they dont have a chance to steal handphone. hehe...p/s Faizal, i cant imagine when u run amok... sure cute! hehe
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
It has information such as:
1.Prinsip Lantikan Pegawai Perkhidmatan Pendidikan
2.Garis Panduan Calon Yang Telah Meletak Jawatan Untuk Mengemukakan Permohonan
3.Panduan Mengisi Surat Setuju Terima Tawaran Dan Dokumen-Dokumen Yang Berkaitan
4.Panduan Pengecualian Menghadiri Kursus Induksi Untuk Tujuan Pengesahan Dalam Perkhidmatan
5Senarai tugas jawatan kumpulan sokongan yang diuruskan melalui kuasa Suruhanjaya
BTW, has anyone received the DVD of our convo from PTPM????
Saturday, August 23, 2008
Pn Kamaliah Basir,
Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia,
Aras 12-13, Blok E12, Kompleks Kerajaan Parcel E,
Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan,
Permohonan Pengurangan Bayaran Balik Pinjaman Pelajaran Program Khas Pensiswazahan Guru (PKPG)
Saya, ****(NO KP. *****), Pegawai Perkhimatan Pendidikan Lepasan Diploma telah mengikuti Program Khas Pensiswazahan Guru (PKPG) ambilan 2005/2006 di Universiti Sains Malaysia, Pulau Pinang.
2. Saya ingin memohon pengurangan sebanyak 75% daripada pinjaman pelajaran PKPG yang berjumlah RM **** berdasarkan syarat-syarat kelayakan. Saya berjaya memperolehi CGPA sebanyak *** iatu purata mata gred terkumpul hasil daripada pengajian saya di sini.
3. Saya menyertakan salinan kelulusan cuti belajar yang telah disahkan, transkrip keputusan peperiksaan dari semester 1 sehingga semester 6 yang telah disahkan serta skrol pengijazahan yang telah disahkan.
Saya amat berharap pihak puan akan mempertimbangkan permohonan saya ini. Kerjasama dan pertimbangan pihak puan saya dahului dengan ucapan ribuan terima kasih.
Sekian, terima kasih.
Dr Tan informed me that you need to apply on your own for the discount. They'd only process the application on case by case. There's no guarantee you'd get the 75% off, but let's try.
Thursday, August 21, 2008
Do remember to apply online for your interview, if you haven't.
Your Principal is supposed to inform you about it (the Online system starts in January 2008) but if he/she haven't.. here's what you should do:
Log in to http://sppapps.spp.gov.my/smppp/servlet/smppp.ui.security.SSecurityOL?cmd=12 or http://www.spp.gov.my/
Then click Daftar for Pengguna Baru.
You need your personal details eg your SPM/STPM cert, your dates of lantikan pertma, tarikh sah jawatan, tarikh & nombor fail for your cuti belajar.. among other things. It's a bit confusing so take your time.
Most importantly, remember your password. You may edit your information if you need to alter anything later.
information about the online system can be found here: http://www.spp.gov.my/PEKELILING_BIL1_TAHUN_2008_PELANTIKAN_TETAP_KE_JAWATAN_PPP.pdf
Only those who apply online will be called for interview.
Monday, August 18, 2008
Sorry I couldn't talk to each and everyone. I didn't have the chance to meet all of you.
Anyway those whom I do meet and take photos with, well I'll email you the pics soon.
As for those whom I didn't have the chance to, all the best to you!
I've watched the video streaming and it's good.
Rohgini, Congrats and good luck with your baby.
Syida, congrats and hope you'll have a healthy & pretty baby girl in November.
I did notice some of you were wearing rather loose bajus during convo. Anyone joining Syida in the maternity ward?
This photo is taken by Chik, who e-mailed me the day after the convo. Thanks Chik. If you wanna download, just click on the pic and save in your pc.
Please email me your photos if you want to put them online so your friends can see and download them. Just click on my profile and email, k.
BTW, my hubby sent everyone his regards. He was so proud to see we all finally graduating..hehehee.
Faizal, please contact me. I still owe you the DVD money.
Remember to take your scroll and transcript, as well as your photos from DUP before 22nd.
Keep in touch. I'll maintain this blog for as long as possible ( with comments from you all, I hope)
p/s: Anyone knows what happened to Rosli & Safiza who were absent from the convo? Hope they're ok.
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
Hope to see most of you tomorrow. Remember the rehearsal is at 2.30pm at DTSP. Be eLet's be there and sit as a group then we can really exchange news while waiting for the taklimat to start. I'm sure eah of you have lots to tell.
and waiting here?
Just another reminder:We have till next Friday (22.08.2008) to collect our scrolls and don't forget to bring along the printed survey from the internet and the other survey given to us when we collected our robes...
Monday, August 11, 2008
1. Nope, we can't go back to teach in primary schools. They want us to remain in secondary school.
2. We can get 75% discount from our loan, provided we write in to the department concerned. Cgpa should be more than 3.75. (hehehe, kidding laa... not less than 2.75).
3. She advised us to study Masters full time, research esp if we intend to further until PhD level overseas.
I managed to register & get my robe, etc in less than 10 minutes! Registered for alumni membership, go my special edition photo frames and had lunch with my lovely "sis". Only met Ju & Nor'in. Dear Nor'in is attending an 8-week course until 15th Aug. Way to go, Nur'in.. that's better than dealing with the hooligans at school.
BTW, I met Dr. Tan at her office. She sent everyone her regards. The PPIP is still undergoing renovation. I asked at the counter and the clerk informed me that there won't be any certs for those who got into Dean's List last sem(including the practicum). The reason she gave me was so feeble I didn't bother to ask further.
Those who have misplaced their RM60 convo receipt, don't panic (me included, huhuhuu). I asked the lady at Jabatan Bendahari & she assured me that they'll run a check for us at the Dewan Utama before they issue the payment slip (need to take that after convo) so that we can take our transcript & scroll. No need to ask for a replacement receipt.
Hope to see you all this 13th. The tents were not ready when I left,as they'll start opening the stalls tomorrow. I guess 13th will be a merry day. See you all there. Remember to bring your robes etc!!
(Aliya: Thumbs up for Patsy! Show them that they can't bully us, hehehee.. I raised my own voice at the hardcore guys in my F4 this morning, and they were actually shocked into silence, hahahaaaa
Sunday, August 10, 2008
And to Sub n Saras, here also wanna fight huh gals... (Just kidding!)
And Sub, the reason i offered all of you to join us for the masters was to get out of school and study full time, because even if you complete your masters, its not gonna make any difference in your pay or job... So, it is actually a good reason for us to stop teaching and study peacefully... Not in a million years am i gonna study part time...
And to the rest of the gang about disciplining your students in class, would be to just go into class and just teach them immaterial if they are listenning or not (just like the rest said), because they would some or rather realise that you mean business which is to teach... and just remember one thing, do what you are paid for and don't be so hardworking to put in that extra effort and finally stress yourself up... And since all of you have such good comments about the Penang students, my final suggestion would be "WHY DON'T ALL OF GET YOURSELVES TRANSFERRED BACK TO PENANG?" (ok, dont curse me!)
And Saras, already reminded you so many times during our days in USM, "NOTHING CAN BEAT OUR UNI LIFE!" and nobody agreed as they were always full of complaints about the assignmentslah, lecturerslah, tutorialslah, groupingslah, presentationslah and many more... The moral of the story is "NO PLACE IS PERFECT FOR US!" but it is we who must learn to adjust accordingly... Every school has its positive and negative values and no one school is perfect BUT REMEMBER THAT WE ARE ONE STEP HIGHER NOW... which was why we did our degree, so be THANKFUL for what god has given us, STOP COMPLAINING and LEARN to adjust accordingly...
Adios, TC and CAN'T WAIT TO SEE YOU GUYS!!!
Friday, August 8, 2008
Just click here..
Our data is already updated. Look for the LOG IN sign and click on it. Or just type your IC number and proceed.
This link is faster and easier than going to the KPM website and searching like crazy! Please inform the rest of our friends, k.
Have you booked your rooms at the hotel/ rest house, etc? The hotels on the island are almost fully booked so if you haven't found a room(rooms) for your family, better do it now. After all with Aug 16 as the Hai Pencalonan at P.Pauh, everyone will be coming up to Penang & Butterworth. If you can't find a room, I'm sure Faizal can spare one in his kampung, right.. Zal? hehehee..
(Aliya: Ahhh, good to have Saras joining us as a commenter, hehehee.. BTW, which school are you in?)
(Aliya: Way to go, Reggie! Be pro-active, not react-ive, hehehee...See you all on Monday @ Wed)
Tuesday, August 5, 2008
(Aliya: no way, bro. Pend Khas kids are not easy to handle either, as told to me by a friend who's a teacher there. Best solution? Hunt for premier schools with highly disciplined students- and be ready to face office politics & work pressure, hehehee.. The moral of the lesson is: You can't win all.)
Monday, August 4, 2008
ALSO..ABOUT CONTINUING MASTERS
count me in too.but dunno whether it ll be in usm or not.i am so stressed out am not gonna wait 4 3 years.thought of doing it part time.so tht finish faster n get out of school faster!!!he he...see how it goes la.but am surely in...tc n cheers!!!
(Aliya: I'm glad I have a good handphone with video cam. Just go klik3 each time they do sth weird and rewind so they can hear their own nonsense, he3.. some even beg me later not to show them in youtube, ha3..over here, the hobby of the heroes is to take a nap anytime they like.. which is a blessing as I have less disciplinary prob)
Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Hi! i know why some of you want to continue master... hehe... Secondary school is indeed not an easy job. Students are so BIG, cleverer and naughtier. To be frank, my school students are like '****. Everyday i'm wondering what should i do with these bunch of '****". They won't listen, they make noise, they disturb their frens...and etc...etc... Am i invincible? When i was in primary school, just one loud nice 'SHOUT', the students would keep their mouth shut for the entire lesson... but now... you shout, you scream, you hit the table or even you take off your clothes in front of the class (i suggest je...don't follow.hehe), the students tak layan oso... Maybe after a year, we will become 'numb' like most of the teachers...hehe...No wonder the students learn nothing in school... the teachers teach them in school everyday, but they don't listen... what to do? Lagi bodoh lo.Maybe Meena and Roghini face the different situation like me because both of you are in GOOD school... but the workload in your school must be like '****' la...hehe. Count me in when you all do master... i rather go to college to teach than stay in **** school....haha(Sorry! for using 'S***' word... i tak tahan dah...fed-up lo... i was ill because of these monkeys... so sad...sob..sek...)
(Aliya: Hmmm... my boys during practicum were worse than my present ones, so I guess I'm luckier. Still manageable, and boss & 2nd boss are both very helpful in disciplining the critical ones, hehehee
Sorry.. can't put up the S*** word too often here.. hehehehe. Dont want you to get into trouble with your boss later.
BTW, who want the drama DVD???? If no one wants, I'm not gonna make new copies.)
Yes, Faizal is right. Our data is already updated. Just type your IC number and proceed.
Remember to attach the PC to the printer and print when you've completed the form.( I haven't done mine, hehehee)
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
hie guys... its me again... i know all of us are dying to leave what ever we doing right now and run back to USM but unfortunately we all know that's impossible... So, this is what Rog and i have planned... we will teach for the next 3 years and then apply and do our masters together at USM... so, I am now openly welcoming those who are interested to join us and for now just tolerate what ever that is happening in your respective schools ok... and after speaking to Patc last nite, she has also agreed to join us... anyone else buddies?CAN'T WAIT FOR CONVO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(ALIYA: Hmmm, I'm planning to rest for a few years too before doing any further studies - if I don't have babies by then. Might join you ladies. But I'll be continuing with English)
Monday, July 28, 2008
KAJIAN PENGESANAN GRADUAN SECARA “ONLINE” (MELALUI LAMAN WEB) :- Semua graduan Universiti (Ijazah Pertama, Diploma dan Ijazah Tinggi) adalah diwajibkan melengkapkan soal-selidik bagi Kajian Pengesanan Graduan yang dibuat pihak Jabatan Pendidikan Tinggi, Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi Malaysia menerusi Sistem Maklumat Kajian Pengesanan Graduan di laman web berikut :-
Soal-selidik ini adalah bertujuan untuk mendapatkan sokongan, panduan dan maklum balas yang berharga dari para graduan dalam usaha berterusan oleh pihak Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi untuk meningkatkan tahap jaminan kualiti perkhidmatan serta sistem Pendidikan Tinggi Negara. Sistem ini akan diaktifkan/dibuka mengikut kumpulan graduan.
Kumpulan 1 - 14 Julai 2008 (bagi Ijazah Pertama [Penuh Masa & PPPJJ] / Diploma yang tamat pada semester 2 – 2008/2008)
Kumpulan 2 - 22 Julai 2008 (bagi semua Ijazah Tinggi Sarjana/PhD)
Kumpulan 3 - 8 Ogos 2008 (bagi Ijazah Pertama [Penuh Masa & PPPJJ] / Diploma yang tamat pada KSCP)
Sistem ini akan ditutup pada 24 Ogos 2008 iaitu seminggu selepas Konvokesyen. Setiap graduan perlu melengkapkan soal-selidik yang diberikan dan seterusnya mencetak Slip Pengesahan Kajian sebagai bukti. Slip Pengesahan Kajian perlu diserahkan sebagai bukti anda telah melengkapkan kajian soal-selidik ini semasa mengambil skrol masing-masing. Sila beri kerjasama agar tidak timbul sebarang masalah.
(aliya: Wa-lao! That bad ahhh? We all in Penang got 2 days off (Monday 29/9 & Friday 3/10)- and I already replaced one day last Saturday.