Classes with Rotation System Running Smoothly

Minister of Education, Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin said that the schooling with rotation system is running smoothly even though it’s still not fully perfect, being newly implemented.

He explained that at the moment, the teachers are adapting to the new approach and it is going well. 

“Generally, this method has been carried out well. We hope that with the entry of students in stages, the teachers will adapt comfortably before a bigger group returns to school. 

“Home-based teaching and learning (PdPR) with rotation is to enable continuous learning with teachers, allowing students to keep up with their studies even though they are not present in physical classes daily,” he stated.

He commented so during a visit to Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Tengku Zainun at Tampin, Negeri Sembilan today (October 18).

According to him, it is the vision of the Ministry of Education to see students returning to school in advance for the purpose of learning. 

Meanwhile, the Ministry has yet to standardise the type of face masks to be used by students in schools.

Radzi said that students can wear any suitable face masks to school. 

“In addition, the Ministry also provides some face masks at schools for teachers to aid needy students,” he added.


Rosli Mansor


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