The Sejarah Show

EduNation has just released a new type of Sejarah video sharing stories about Malaysian historical narratives and prominent figures. We are committed to release at least 2 of these videos monthly. We are excited about this new initiative and we hope you enjoy them and share them with your friends and teachers! Also, your feedback matters to us and we would love to hear from you. Let us know what you think in the comment section below.continue reading →

Problems Revising Consistently? ‘I Am Rajin’ is here to help!

Have you ever been through a year of study and while revising for your final exams, you just wish you started earlier so you don’t have to go through sleepless nights? Have you ever sat through an exam and wished your brain could be more efficient in remembering whatever you have just learned? EduNation is here to help you be consistent and to track with you through as you go through your syllabus in preparation for your final exams. EduNation is launching a guided study program called ‘I am Rajin’, inspired in part…continue reading →

7th February TCOP Meet Up: Creating Lesson Plans for Demotivated Students

Our next community of practice meet up is happening soon! Date: February 7th, 2015 Day: Saturday Time: 10am-1pm Venue: Unit 2, Level 6, Block 2, VSQ @ PJ City Centre, Jalan Utara, Petaling Jaya. Theme: Creating Lesson Plans for Demotivated Students As a follow up to last month's meet up on 'How do we improve student participation in class?', this month's meet up will bring teachers to a more hands on session to create fun and exciting lesson plans together. So to all the teachers out there, come join us and put on…continue reading →

TCOP January 2015: How Do We Improve Student Participation in Class?

Hello Esteemed Teachers! Since December 2014, EduNation has pledged to gather a community of teachers every first Saturday of the month to share problems and find possible solutions on different topics relating to their classroom challenges. This is in hopes of supporting teachers in their teaching practice and to help them transform their classrooms in order to make the much-needed positive dent on the Malaysian education system. This month, as we start off the New Year when students are most likely to be in a daze, daydreaming and reminiscing about their amazing end…continue reading →