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Mdm Salina Saiman
Ms Noorlin Haron

Speaker
Mdm Salina Saiman
Ms Noorlin Haron

School / Organisation
Mother Tongue Languages Branch, Ministry of Education;
Bedok Green Primary School

TIME
2.15 p.m. – 3.15 p.m.

VENUE
Room 302

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SPEAKERS’ PROFILE

Mdm Salina Saiman is a Senior Specialist in Malay Language at the Ministry of Education (MOE). She has 20 years of experience teaching Malay in schools. As a curriculum resource development specialist, Mdm Salina currently develops instructional materials that support the teaching and learning of the Malay language in primary schools.

An experienced educator in both primary and secondary school, Mdm Noorlin Haron has worked as a curriculum resource developer in the Pre-school Team at the Mother Tongue Languages Branch at MOE. In 2017, she presented her paper on encouraging young readers to adopt a critical literacy stance and how to involve parents in the process at the International Conference on Education, Psychology, and Organisational Behaviour in Osaka, Japan. Having worked with children and early childhood educators for over 4 years, she will share her working experience in a fun and informative presentation to support parents and children in the fun learning of Malay and in facilitating the smooth transition from pre-school to primary school.

PROFIL PENCERAMAH

Puan Salina Saiman merupakan Pakar Kanan Bahasa Melayu di Kementerian Pendidikan Singapura (MOE). Beliau mempunyai 20 tahun pengalaman mengajar Bahasa Melayu di sekolah. Sebagai pakar pembangunan bahan kurikulum, beliau kini membina bahan pengajaran dan pembelajaran Bahasa Melayu bagi penggunaan di sekolah rendah.

Seorang pendidik yang berpengalaman mengajar sekolah rendah dan sekolah menengah, Puan Noorlin Haron pernah bertugas sebagai pegawai kurikulum kumpulan prasekolah di Cawangan Bahasa Ibunda, Bahagian Perancangan dan Pembangunan Kurikulum. Pada 2017, beliau telah membentangkan kertas kerja tentang cara untuk menggalakkan pembaca cilik supaya bersikap celik kritis ketika membaca dan cara untuk melibatkan ibu bapa dalam proses tersebut di persidangan pendidikan, di Osaka, Jepun. Beliau akan berkongsi cara-cara ibu bapa dapat menggalakkan kanak-kanak prasekolah menggunakan Bahasa Melayu dan menyediakan kanak-kanak bagi peralihan dari prasekolah ke sekolah rendah.

SHARING SYNOPSIS

Many parents yearn for their child to have a perfect childhood. The inevitable struggle sets in when one has to strike an equilibrium between having a wonderful childhood and keeping pace with the rigour of the education landscape in Singapore. Cognisant that one can never strike a balance between the two, I achieved the acquisition of the best of both worlds – not by tilting the scales but rather through synergy. The symbiosis of learning and fun is definitely not new in the education field, but this sharing will shed light on the strategies, approaches and methods to harvesting effective “fun learning” – in pursuit of a seamless transition for children from pre-school to Primary One. Let’s embark on “Learning is Fun, Fun is Learning” – where in fun, children learn to learn.

SINOPSIS

Ramai ibu bapa menginginkan kesempurnaan bagi anak-anak mereka semasa zaman kanak-kanak. Namun, cabarannya adalah untuk mendapatkan keseimbangan zaman kanak-kanak yang menyeronokkan dengan rentak perkembangan pesat landskap pendidikan di Singapura. Kesedaran bahawa agak mustahil untuk mengimbangi kedua-duanya membuat pembentang mengemukakan satu formula iaitu bukan dengan memberatkan mana-mana bahagian tetapi mengaitkan keduanya. Beliau akan berkongsi strategi / pendekatan / kaedah bagi kanak-kanak untuk memperoleh Bahasa Melayu dengan cara yang menyeronokkan dan berkesan. Pemerolehan kosa kata bahasa Melayu dalam aktiviti-aktiviti yang menyeronokkan dalam konteks yang autentik dapat membantu kanak-kanak dalam peralihan dari fasa prasekolah ke fasa darjah satu. Mari kita menyuntik keseronokan dalam diri kanak-kanak apabila mereka belajar Bahasa Melayu-“Seronoknya belajar Bahasa Melayu”.

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Jointly Organised By:

Ministry of Education, Singapore
Committe to Promote Chinese Language Learning
Malay Language Learning and Promotion Committee
Tamil Language Learning & Promotion Committee

Supported By:

Early Childhood Development Agency
Lee Kuan Yew Fund for Bilingualism
National Library Board, Singapore
Gen G
Tamil Murasu