Sunday, June 27, 2010

time: 3.15 a.m.

Huh... it seems a donkey’s years that I haven’t update my blog due to my fully-occupied and packed schedule during my holidays.

Oh my God, it’s hard for me to sleep right now. insomnia? NO! so I decided to take my lappy and I am now typing this entry with uncomfortably condition and lights off. Then, I am mulling over on what had happened before and during my breaks, and reflecting all the returns of my deeds. Basically, I spent most of the time in IP and only will be at home during weekends and breaks. My routine activities remain unchanged everyday; lectures, assignments, presentations etc. I never expect my life at that time will became so harsh. Frankly, I do not really like the life in IP, when students are forced to do everything unamusing, instead of in IPTA when the undergraduates are enjoying their own ‘atmosphere’ as long as they have accomplish all the assignments and pass in their papers. Ah! Luckily, in my PISMP semester 1, I was involved in many activities; MPPB, Bina Insan Guru, Barnabas Camp, IPKS Silver Jubilee Celebration, Pidato Itegriti (Sabah Zone and National Level), BM Debate (Sabah Zone) and many more, in short I can’t list them all. And I just realized my PISMP semester 1 was just like a blink of an eye. After ended up my PISMP sem1 exam, the only hope that lines in my mind was just pass all papers and never expects to excel with flying colours. Huh!

The new chapter of my life starts again; PISMP Semester 2 awaits me. Regrettably, all PISMP students should register themselves on 28th June 2010 even though I am still drowning in the holiday’s mood. I had obtained my result 5 days ago. It is overdue to tell you about this. A little bit disappointed when my pointer is not that good compared to my PPISMP. Sometimes, I am feeling that I am dumb than my friends, this is because when I did the best, bad thing returns to me. I am starting devastated. But, I never take it seriously, because I know, before the exam, I didn’t put my full effort in my study plus I focused more on debate which was held a week before the exam at IPG Tawau. Nevertheless, I believe that everything happens for a reason, as God knows everything. I am thankful to God for getting the results; satisfy with what He has given to me. My hope is only doing better and more awesome than the past and let the experiences become the teacher of mine. As time goes by, I am feeling like I am getting old and old and old. Phew. Ultimately, I surely will ascertain that I will live my life to the fullest. =)

Thursday, June 24, 2010

ubah lagi!

UPSR dan PMR mungkin akan dimansuh

20/06/2010 2:04pm (utusan online)

MUAR 20 Jun — Kementerian Pelajaran membayangkan kemungkinan akan memansuhkan Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) dan Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR) di masa hadapan.

Timbalan Perdana Menteri yang juga Menteri Pelajaran, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin berkata, beliau melihat ada kewajaran untuk berbuat demikian kerana aspek pembelajaran ketika ini dilihat lebih berorientasikan kepada peperiksaan sehingga tujuan utama untuk memberikan pendidikan holistik tidak dapat dilakukan sepenuhnya.

"Pihak kami sedang fikirkan sama ada akan kekalkan atau perlu hanya satu sahaja peperiksaan awam, seperti (contohnya) di peringkat SPM sahaja,” katanya ketika ditemui selepas merasmikan Mesyuarat Perwakilan Umno Bahagian Pagoh di Kompleks Seri Pekembar, Pagoh hari ini.

Beliau berkata, peperiksaan UPSR dan PMR mungkin akan diteruskan, tetapi sebagai penilaian pencapaian pelajar di peringkat sekolah sahaja, dan bukannya sebagai peperiksaan awam.

Katanya, pihak kementerian tidak akan gopoh dalam membuat keputusan dan sentiasa mengalu-alukan pandangan daripada semua pihak mengenainya. - Bernama


After the government announcing the annulment of the brainchild of Tun Dr. Mahathir (PPSMI), then followed by the transformation of the grading system of SPM. And now once again the education policy will be transformed pertaining to the abolishment of Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) and Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMP). Some might say, the achievement of students is just hinge on the fully examination oriented assessment. So, I don't see the relevance of this transformation with our education system. If that so, this new policy is just screwed up everything when students or pupils are striving to score As’, then it turns to be totally different. For the first pioneers, all of you are very “lucky” because you are those who undergo the changes. Nothing much that can we do instead of just adhering to the policy change and the most imperative is, students need to get adequately prepared because we will definitely see more academic dramas that will play out itself in the near future!

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

May 31st, 2010

Good bye May. Yesterday, I went to KDCA Penampang, where the Tadau Kaamatan state level celebration was held. Unfortunately, it was raining heavily in the afternoon until evening, so I missed to watch the final round of the Unduk Ngadau competition. As planned, I went to KDCA again during the night. Take some shots here and there.

open sumazau. music was played and anybody can sumazau


traditional and cultural house of Kuala Penyu (Dusun Tatana)

wah, mcm banglo

The Gong marks the noteworthy of KDCA

i think it is the biggest orang-orang in Sabah

the KDCA building stands proudly

Pesta Kaamatan 2010