Pencipta masa hadapan

“Sains telah mengajar saya cara untuk mengatasi masalah yang dihadapi dalam kehidupan.” – SI, 16 Tahun lepas,  tiga orang pelajar Tingkatan 4 – di bawah bimbingan dua orang guru, termasuk Cikgu Ng Li Yen, Alumna Teach For Malaysia tahun 2015  – telah mewakili sekolah mereka di peringkat daerah Pertandingan Inovasi 2016. Rekacipta mereka yang menyejukkan individu dalam cuaca panas berjaya…

This teacher used videos to “send” his students in Sarawak to Taekwando Masters in South Korea

Discipline. Perseverance. Confidence. For many students in this school in Sarawak, these characteristics don’t come easily. They struggle to be punctual for class. And when they’re there, they struggle to stay focused in class – often staring blankly at the questions on the board. Recognising these challenges, 2015 Teach For Malaysia Alumnus, Fabian Lim sought a solution through sports….

4 reasons why I am staying on as a teacher

By Chow Geh Tsung, 2014 Alumnus I used to work as an Environmental Consultant for almost 4 years. When I left my job to join the Teach For Malaysia Fellowship, I was the head of the Sustainability and Climate Change department in a multinational consulting firm. Today, I teach Science and English to 13 and 14-year-olds. This…

Teachers, ask yourselves: How many students have you impacted in the past 2 years?

Speech by Amanda, 17 at #AlumNext I’m here today because I want to ask all of you one question. How many students have you made a positive impact on? For some of you here, you might consider your students’ academic performance as one way of gauging your impact. English teachers might think that they’ve made a…

#TFMweek 2016

It was great to see leaders and public figures from various industries collaborating with our Teach For Malaysia Fellows to empower students across Malaysia by co-teaching lessons for a day during #TFMweek 2016. This year, we impacted a total of 490 students across 5 states via 24 influential individuals! Between 22 August and 8 September…

Inspiring extraordinary action from ordinary people: The Accenture Student Leadership Camp 2016

By Neoh Joon Kee, 2012 Alumnus Is picking up rubbish, leadership? What about installing broadband in a computer lab? Would the same apply for tackling smoking in school? Or making your own materials to educate fellow students on leadership skills? And what if all these projects were sparked with the help of superheroes like The…

7 student makers beat the odds & are heading to Silicon Valley!

7 students of Teach For Malaysia Alumni have been selected to go to Silicon Valley in San Francisco – that’s 7 out of 33 of our country’s brightest young makers who participated in two accelerator labs organised by MDEC under their Digital Maker Global Exchange programme (DGMX). * Why this is so amazing * 1. The 7 students attend…