Prof. Suwarsih Madya, Ph.D., Vice Rector for Cooperation and Partnership Affairs, welcomed 10 YSU students who attends International Teaching Practice Program in Malaysia, Thursday (6/8/2015). The program is held from 8 August until 4 September 2015.
“The program provides chance for YSU students to broaden their teaching experience professionally as well as to develop their global interaction ability, and the last but not least, to develop their international education insight,” she said.
These selected students have passed administration and interview selections held by Office of International Affairs and Partnerships in collaboration with the Institute of Educational Development and Quality Assurance and the Faculty of Engineering of YSU. The ten students are from various faculties, namely the Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences (2 students), the Faculty of Languages and Arts (2 students), the Faculty of Sport Sciences (3 students), and the Faculty of Engineering (3 students). They will teach at three partner schools of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), namely Vocational High School Kota Masai 2, Vocational High School Bandar Tenggara 2 and Vocational High School Sri Pulai Perdana.
Drs. Ngatman, M.Pd as the supervisor of this program said that it will be different with the previous program due to the increasing quality.
“Institute of Educational Development and Quality Assurance held collaborative briefing with The Center for Language Training and Development and Office of International Affairs and Partnership. Later on, Prof. Dr. Wawan S. Suherman, M.Ed will participate on Monitoring and Evaluation (Monev) for the program,” he said.
Prof. Suwarsih Madya, Ph.d expressed her delight at the students. “You have been selected from numerous candidates and it means that you are the best. I hope you can give your best ability in this program. Never stop to learn and show your social sensitivity,” she closed. (Laksana)