56 ded­i­cated teach­ers hon­oured at awards cer­e­mony

New Straits Times - - News -

KUALA LUMPUR: The love of chil­dren and a pas­sion for teach­ing are what drives Bes­tari Teacher Award re­cip­i­ent Ro­hani Mat Nawi.

Ro­hani, who teaches Is­lamic stud­ies at SRA Al-Tau­fiqiah here, said ev­ery teacher should treat their stu­dents like their own chil­dren.

“When you treat them like your own chil­dren, what you teach will be more sin­cere. I hope my stu­dents will put into prac­tice what they have learnt in school, and hope­fully, they will be suc­cess­ful in fu­ture,” she said, adding that be­ing an ed­u­ca­tor was not an easy task.

Ro­hani, who has 28 years of ex­pe­ri­ence, ad­vised young teach­ers to teach whole-heart­edly to mould fu­ture lead­ers of Malaysia.

An­other award re­cip­i­ent, spe­cial ed­u­ca­tion teacher, Muhd Saidi Shafie, said be­ing a teacher to spe­cial needs chil­dren re­quired a lot of pa­tience.

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