All educators must make use of data in the assessment of students and device strategies that narrow the learning gaps created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
This was said by Deputy Permanent Secretary (Core Education) at the Ministry of Education (MoE) Aliuddin bin Haji Abdul Rahman during the 4th School Leaders Convention at the Chancellor Hall of Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD) yesterday.
The deputy permanent secretary called on school leaders and educators to implement a learning recovery programme to monitor the progress of students.
A number of activities were lined up for the day, including a presentation from Acting Director of Examinations and Head of the Education Technology Centre Shahrizal bin Haji Emran on ‘Student Learning Survey and Learning Assessment’, a workshop facilitated by Acting Director of Schools Dr Sheikh Lukman bin Sheikh Abdul Hamid on school-based assessment, and a dialogue between school leaders and heads of departments.
The convention, themed ‘Quality Leaders, Quality Education’, is part of a series of dialogues which began on February, with yesterday’s event focussing on formative learning.
The session was joined by 306 school leaders from primary and secondary schools as well as sixth form centres under the ministry.
Following the session, a resolution was presented by Sengkurong Sixth Form Centre Principal Haji Metussin bin Haji Jais as the Head of Brunei Darussalam School Leaders Council.