Dedicated, creative and innovative teachers will provide quality education to students, moreover when the world is now hit by the COVID-19 pandemic that is bringing changes to life and aspects of education. Thus, teachers should be enthusiastic and courageous to be innovative in teaching and learning techniques and methods because critical thinking, creativity as well as the skill of mastering subject knowledge, social and emotional are the keys to the success of innovation.
The matter was stated by Awang Haji Muhammad Rosli bin Haji Ibrahim, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Religious Affairs at the Opening of the 65th National Webinar on Formal Religious Education of Brunei Darussalam, in conjunction with Teachers' Day 2021, yesterday MORNING. The National Webinar was joined by about 900 participants. The first presentation session was conducted by Doctor Haji Adanan bin Haji Basar, Ra'es of Seri Begawan Religious Teachers University College, KUPU SB. The webinar was also participated by presenters from abroad. The opening ceremony organised by the Faculty of Education, KUPU SB coincided with the Nadwah Tarbiah Islamiah Online Programme.
Source: Radio Television Brunei