Here are some of the FIRSTs at Institut Aminuddin Baki Northern Branch (IABU) :
1. First Director : Zulkifli Bahari (1996-1997)
2. First IABU's staff that became Institut Aminuddin Baki's Director : Dr. Ishak Sin (2003-2004)
3. First IABU's staff that became State Education Director : Tn. Hj. Abas Awang
4. First Excellent Lecturer (Pensyarah Cemerlang) : Tn. Hj. Shahabudin Ashari (1997)
5. First IABU lecturer being awarded a doctoral degree : Dr. Sazali Yusoff (2005)
6. First ISO9000 Lead Auditors : Nor Asikin Salleh & Meriam Ismail (1996)
7. First supporting staff being awarded a bachelor's degree : Arison Ali
8. First recipient of RCELAM's Roll of Honour : Datin Asariah Mior Shaharuddin (2009)
9. First participants stayed at IABU's Residence : 1st RCELAM 2009's participants
10. First retiree : Zulkifli Bahari (1997)
Thursday, August 7, 2014
Presenting a paper at Educational Management Conference for Principals of Kedah : 6 Aug. 2104, Taiping Perak
|With Kedah Principal Council Committee Members : L-R ; Yusup, Abu Seman (President), Me, Hanie (co-presenter), Bohlender, Latifah & Turin|
The title of my paper was 'Cabaran Pemimpin Pendidikan di Era Globalisasi : Analisis Makro Matlamat Pendidikan Sawarjagat' ( Education Leadership Challenges in the Era of Globalization : Macro analysis on World Education Objectives). The presentation begins briefly with the current world scenario from economic, poverty, literacy, health/sanitation, & education perspectives. It follows with provocative arguments on the 'traditional education system' versus 'entrepreneurial education system'.
|A light chat with Hannie prior to presentation|
|Presenting a paper|
Monday, July 7, 2014
|With Prof. Bhindi, Director, Australian Center for Educational Leadership - discussing on Engaging aborigines for education|
|With Prof. Paul Chandler - Pro Vice Chancellor, University of Wollangong. In the middle is Jessica Gnata coordinator of this program|
|Prof. Paul presented a paper on School Improvement Program|
|Benchmarking visit to Al Malek Fahd International School, Sydney|
|Benchmarking Visit to Meriden Girl School, Sydney|
|Class in action at Al Malik Fahd School|
Monday, June 23, 2014
|Standing L-R : Kharudin, Saad Samsi, Me, Aziz, Hudzairi, Ismail, Azman, Mohamad, Saad Jali, Zaid|
Seating (L-R): Rozali, Ramli, Azizah, Mazli, Hadip, Rahim
|In Physics lab.|
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
|Receiving letter of appointment as Head of Centre, Centre of Research, Evaluation & ICT Development, IAB Main Campus, Bandar Enstek, from the Director, Dato' Khairil Awang. Effective 16 May 2014|
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Friday, April 4, 2014
Friday, November 29, 2013
|In a classroom|
|One of the participant - Jenk Noenk|
|A shot with IAB Northern Branch Director, Mohd Zanal Dirin|
|In a computer lab. ICT in School Management delivered by Elhammi Ahmad and Zamri Abu Bakar|
The participants are from Yogyakarta and Surabaya.
Saturday, November 23, 2013
We were honoured that Prof. Dr. Tony Bush from The Nottingham University, UK wrote the foreword of the book.
PART 1. EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND DEVELOPMENT
1.1 Points of Departure
1.2 A Dynamic Disequilibrium
1.3 Leadership Development : An Integrated Model
PART 2. DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP CAPACITY
2.1 Knowledge, Skill, Attitude and Drive
PART 3. ENHANCING LEADERSHIP CAPABILITY
3.1 Self, Other, Organization : An Interdependency
3.2 The Self : The Multiplicity of Roles and Function
3.3 The Others : “The Heart and soul of an organization”
3.4 Organization : Its Structure, Culture and Character
Presenter from Japan, Dr. Yusuke Suzumura
|With delegates from Kazakstan (Maganat & Aisham), Uzbekistan (Makhprat & Anvar) & Australia (Jessica Gnata)|
|With delegates from Maldives, South Africa, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan|
|With Jessica Gnata from Australia|
Friday, August 30, 2013
The aim of the meeting was to familiarize Prof. Bush, 3rd RCELAM 2013 keynote speaker, with IAB. The discussion was expanded to paving the opportunities of collaboration between IAB and UNMC in the area of training, capacity building, faculty exchange, research, and publication. UNMC has given IAB's staff a flexibility who wish to pursue their Ph.D. at UNMC.
|Shahrizal, (PADU), Dr. Ashley (UNMC), Rokiyah, Norihan, Dr. Zainab (Deputy Director, IAB), Prof. Tony Bush, Gana (Director of Studies, UNMC), Dr. Rafee, Zanal, Dr. Yusof, Dr. Sazali - Venue : Pearl International Hotel, KL, 29 Aug. 2013|
Saturday, June 1, 2013
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
L-R : Norihan Azizan, Me, Dr. Zainab Husin (Deputy Director, IAB), Dato' Ilankonvan (Ambassador of Malaysia to Spain)
Dialog with Faculty of Education, University of Granada, Granada. A picture with the Vice-Dean ( 19 April 2013)
Friday, December 14, 2012
Presenting a paper entitled "School Culture, Leadership and Trust among Malaysian Teachers". (Co-authored with Dr. Thiyagarajan).
Keynote speakers : Prof. Dato' Dr. Ibrahim Bajunid, (Deputy Vice Chancellor, INTI-Laureate International Universities)Prof. Dr. Alma Harris, (Director, Institute of Educational Leadership, University of Malaya) and Professor Shantha Liyanage, (University of Technology Sydney)
Monday, December 3, 2012
Friday, September 7, 2012
Monday, March 26, 2012
Can Educators Make a Difference?
Experimenting with, and Experiencing,
Democracy in Education
Edited by Paul R. Carr, Lakehead University,
David Zyngier, Monash University and Marc Pruyn, Monash University
A volume in Critical Constructions: Studies on Education and Society Series Editor: Curry Stephenson Malott, West Chester University of Pennsylvania. As the title of this book suggests, how we understand, perceive and experience democracy may have a significant effect on how we actually engage in, and with, democracy. Within the educational context, this is a key concern, and forms the basis of the research presented in this volume within a critical, comparative analysis. The Global Doing Democracy Research Project (GDDRP), which currently has some 70 scholars in over 20 countries examining how educators do democracy, provides the framework in which diverse scholars explore a host of concerns related to democracy and democratic education, including the impact of neoliberalism, political literacy, critical engagement, teaching and learning for and about democracy, social justice, and the meaning of power/power relations within the educational context. Ultimately, the contributors of this book collectively ask: can there be democracy without a critically engaged education, and, importantly, what role do educators play in this context and process? Why many educators in diverse contexts believe that they are unable, dissuaded and/or prevented from doing thick democratic education is problematized in this book but the authors also seek to illustrate that, despite the challenges, barriers and concerns about doing democracy in education, something can, and should, be done to develop, cultivate and ingratiate schools and society with more meaningful democratic practices and processes. This book breaks new ground by using a similar empirical methodology within a number of international contexts to gage the democratic sentiments and actions of educators, which raises a host of questions about epistemology, teacher education, policy development, pedagogy, institutional cultures, conscientization, and the potential for transformational change in education.
Reflections on the Global Doing Democracy Research Project,
- Daniel Schugurensky.
Introducing the Global Doing Democracy Research Project: Seeking to Understand the Perspectives, Experiences and Perceptions of Teachers in Relation to Democracy in Education
- David Zyngier and Paul R. Carr.
Democracy, Critical Pedagogy and the Education of Educators.
- Paul R.Carr.
Re-Discovering Democracy: Putting Action (Back) into Active Citizenship and Praxis (Back) into Practice.
- David Zyngier.
Can We Teach Deep Democracy: And Can It Make a Difference?
- Carolyn M. Shields.
Getting Beyond Flat-Out Bored: The Challenges and Possibilities of Creating a Democratic Space for Social Justice Education in Publically Funded Schools.
- Michael O’Sullivan.
Preservice Teachers’ Conceptions of Democratic Essence: Interpretations of Democratic Principles, and Their Connections to Social Justice, Economic Class, and Spirituality/Religion in the United States.
- Thomas A. Lucey.
What Kind of Citizenship for What Kind of Democracy? Are We Spectators of Everyday Events or Protagonists in History?
- Adriana Murriello, Andrea Ledwith, and Cecilia Naddeo.
Teacher Education and Democracy: Preparing Teachers in Metropolitan Buenos Aires.
- María Delia Traverso.
Education for Democracy in Perúvian Society.
- Felix Reátegui and Susana Frisancho.
Doing Democracy in Education: Perspectives of Malaysian Principals.
- Sazali Yusoff.
“Critical Multicultural Social Studies” for “Thick Democracy”: Theory and Practice.
- Marc Pruyn.
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Publication Date: 2012
Friday, March 23, 2012
7 March 2012 (Wednesday) - Tashkent
Our first visit today was to music school which is known as Republican Specialised Academic Lyceum of Music named after V. Uspenskiy. The
curriculum of the school is geared toward producing world class
musicians and artists. Only talented students were succeeded to enrol
in this school by rigorous screening and talent testing.
Our final official visit was a meeting with the management of the
Central in-Service and Retraining Institute of Public Education Staff named after Abdulla Avloniy. The meeting was led by the institute Rector, Mr. Maqsdujan A. Yuldashev and Dr. Zainab on behalf of IAB. Basically, the establishment of this institute is almost similar with IAB vis-a-vis its functions.