We have published the new Kembara Nusa 1 apps for phones and tablets on Google Play.
Kembara Nusa 1 is an apps version of the Kembara Nusa Edition 1 (2016), a termly produced learning magazine by the Edufront Learning Centre. This magazine is among other resources used by the Edufront Learning Centre to develop learner’s interest and competency in Malay language and culture.
The first edition of the magazine is available free now in this apps.
Search “karangkutu” or “Kembara Nusa” on Google Play from your mobile devices.
We have published our new Saya Boleh Membaca! apps for phones and tablets on Google Play.
This apps contains graded reading aids (10 levels altogether) to help secondary school students read well. We use this apps for our Professional Learning Team’s (PLT) project to help our Normal Technical students who still struggle in reading.
We encourage teachers to use this apps with their students and share with us their struggle and success stories here: email@example.com
Search “karangkutu” on Google Play from your mobile devices.
Our proposal has been accepted by the Academy of Singapore Teachers (AST). We are excited to share our strategy using apps develop students’ oral competency during the workshop below. If you are interested, please sign up via TRAISI come Jan 2017.
We have published our new Peribahasa (O Level) apps for phones and tablets on Google Play.
This app contains the list of Malay proverbs for O level. Each proverb is given an explanation and the proverbs are arranged according to alphabet, level and context of use.
Context is important as they say that we learn better when we associate ideas. This they call Associative Learning. Associate Learning is a theory that states that ideas reinforce each other and can be linked to one another.
Search “peribahasa (o level)” or “karangkutu” on Google Play from your mobile devices.