TMI reports: A British secondary school which provided free tablet computers to its 1,200 students last September has found breakages to be a significant problem: nearly 500 devices have had Continue reading
tvm.,com.mt reports: The parties are promising to introduce tablets to the schools. While the PL is promising that this IT tool is given to the Year Four students, the PN Continue reading
The mathematics ordinary level examination at the Hamrun San Ġorg Preca Boys Junior Lyceum today started more than half an hour late, with students being told that there were not enough invigilators for the examination to commence, the student organisation Pulse said.
‘Something would have happened if I didn’t get up,’ he said. ‘I know that there would have been a big huge thing going on because he would have crashed and it would have been a whole lot more than what it is now.’
I believe that all academics should find their own way of engaging with their communities. I personally believe that research, teaching, student support are the three main pillars of our work, but we cannot be good and effective academics without pegging ourselves to other forms of social engagement, namely mass and social media, blogging, involvement in NGOs amongst other…
A lot of hullabaloo outside his office… Counsellor: Ok Paul, see you then… Quick, quick off to class… Paul: But…. Counsellor: Quick boy quick… Paul: Can I have a note Continue reading