English Language Educators’ Approaches to Integrate Technology in the 21st Century Education Practices

21st Century Education: a phase of a dynamic change whereby academicians are required to equip advanced 21st Century skills, for instance, adaptability, creativity, citizenship, problem-solving, and others, while living in an increasingly globalised environment, full of sophisticated technology applications and software, while still be able to effectively respond the continuous shift in society, as technology held one of the significant influences in the current Education 4.0 scene. Additionally, Read more [...]

Professional Development for ESL Educators During Covid-19 Pandemic Era at Sabah’s Tertiary Institutions, Malaysia

Technology has played a significant role in Malaysian education sector including tertiary institutions during Covid–19 Pandemic. All educators including those who teach English as Second Language (ESL) are able to continue classes during thisdifficult time through various online platforms such as Google Meet, MS Teams, Zoom and others. This phenomenon undoubtedly demands skills which would enable language educators to effectively incorporate the use of technology and the inculcation of 21st Century Read more [...]

Key Skills all Coaches Should Possess

Coaching a sport is absolutely a complex task. You need to have an inclination towards the game and then you should have a deep knowledge of the more subtle intricacies of the sport you want to teach. Concerning this, it is advisable that you have been playing that sport before. Being a former member of a team of that sport will be a boost to being a good coach at any level. What makes you a good coach is then the adoption of the right set of skills so indispensable to pass your teachings to fellow Read more [...]