NAMA Talk is back!
As we all know, 2020 is coming to an end. The pandemic has been said to impact everyone across the globe. However, there are definitely some blessings in disguise and one that stood out is how we appreciate the importance of education more than we ever did before. As parents struggle to work from home and at the same time managing their learning-from-home-children due to schools closure, one cannot but appreciate the teachers even more, especially for their skills, resilience, and also for their creativities. But the question now is, how long do we have to keep up with this? What can we expect once the schools resume in (tentatively) January 2021? How can the education system emerge stronger than before the pandemic?
We hope to provide you with the answers!
Now is the time to strategize so that our education system can emerge stronger from this global crisis and propose a path in capitalizing on the newfound supports in every community across the globe.
If you are on the verge of giving up or feeling demotivated during this hard time, or if you need an extra boost to step forward and make your 2021 a better year, it is high time to hear the wisdom from the experts and our education Icons.
Everyone calls them Cikgu (Teacher), but we call them ‘ADIWIRA’ (Super Heroes). They are our Edufluencer of Malaysia and Top 50 Global Teacher Prize nominees.
NAMA Foundation cordially invited everyone to join our final NAMA Talk for this meaningful year of 2020! Lock your date and join us to meet our ADIWIRAs!
You are invited to a Zoom Webinar.
When: December 22, 2020, 2:30 to 4.00 PM (Malaysia Time)
Topic: NAMA Talk – Beyond Reopening Schools: How education can emerge stronger than before the pandemic?
Register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.
Webinar Moderator and Speakers:
Sathish Rao Appalanaidu
Lecturer at Sultan Idris Education University (UPSI), Malaysia.
Board of Directors of Student Volunteers Foundation (Yayasan Sukarelawan Siswa), Malaysia.
Norhailmi Abdul Mutalib
STEM Educator at SMK Jerlun, Kedah, Malaysia.
Finalist Top 50 Global Teacher Prize 2020.
STEM Teacher Icon of Malaysia 2017
Teacher Librarian at Methodist Girls Primary School, Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia.
Finalist Top 50 Global Teacher Prize 2016.
Teacher Icon of Malaysia 2016.