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The Building Blocks of World Class Education

September 3, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

World Class Education

Pada 28 Ogos 2009 yang lalu satu ceramah oleh Sir Michael Barber bertajuk The Building Block of World Class Education telah disampaikan kepada pegawai-pegawai Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia di Dewan Serbaguna KPM, Blok E12, Putrajaya.

Sir Michael Barber pernah menjadi Chief Adviser on Delivery kepada mantan perdana menteri Britain, Tony Blair, sebelum menyertai McKinsey Group. Ceramah yang beliau sampaikan adalah berdasarkan McKinsey Report dan isi penting ceramah tersebut seperti yang tertera di atas. Laporan penuh McKinsey Report boleh dimuat turun daripada Resources page laman web ini.

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  1. September 7, 2009 at 12:44 pm

    salam dr. amin

    i was attracting on the block of “human capital”

    my thought
    if we go out to typical daily school today(actually in secondary school)
    we can see that,our education system is on junction of 2 products
    =good products
    =waste products

    good products; at least they will be a good citizen, although not have first class minded or dont have any educational achievement. they’re perhaps not give to negative effect on society

    waste products; social illness. affected to society. abusement of drug, gangsterism, vandalism and those and these. the reality, i think this is on rise now rather than “the good”

    i dont know why, but i just know this, balancing has left out, practically undone in schools.

    just my opinion

    • amin
      September 8, 2009 at 11:27 am

      Salam Sd. Muhammad Affiq.

      You did a good obeservation and an intersting conclusion. But let me give some additional points for you to think of.

      1. What do you mean by education system? Is it inclusive all system, formal, informal and nonformal? I believe all systems have their share – good or bad.

      2. A ‘good citizen’ is a term that open to interpretation and I think, it is not easy to be agreed upon. Could you list down all the characteristics of a good citizen?

      3. Do you think all the systems will accept and translating their effort as a concerted effort to achieve it? or they will undone each other effort?


  2. September 8, 2009 at 3:14 am

    did my comment had gone?

  3. September 8, 2009 at 3:16 am

    sorry.. there is… my internet has problem

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