• Dika Thought Leadership Series: Aspirations of a CEO

    Dika Thought Leadership Series: Aspirations of a CEO

    by admin | May 21, 2018 | Media
    Pua Chee Ling, Chief Executive of Dika College.   A heart-to-heart sharing of what moves and motivates aspirations at the helm. #dika #aspirations #heart-to-heart #education The Purpose of Education “Education is not a sprint, it’s a marathon.” The history of education is dotted with philosophies, systems and paths but as a true educator would say: what is education without heart? For a long time, education has been tied to ...
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  • Dika Thought Leadership Series: The Best School?

    Dika Thought Leadership Series: The Best School?

    by admin | May 14, 2018 | Media
    By Samantha Lee The question ‘Which school is the best?’ is a question I am constantly asked by friends, parents and students. At times, I ask myself the same question. My job accords me the opportunity of visiting early childhood centres in the country and overseas. From a wooden cabin with no electricity to a full-fledged campus ; the establishments I have ...
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  • Dika College Student Profile Series

    Dika College Student Profile Series

    by admin | May 7, 2018 | Media
    How Jia Mein, Diploma in Special Needs Education “With a score of 7As respectively for her SPM and UEC examinations, the opportunities were endless; and needless to say, so were the scholarship offers from various institutions. But How Jia Mein had already set her sights on special needs education.” Charity begins at home “She could have been someone,” said the soft-spoken lass from ...
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  • “Call Me A Teacher”

    “Call Me A Teacher”

    by admin | April 30, 2018 | Media
    Mohan Dallumal, Senior Lecturer & An Avid Writer, Dika College. “Call Me A Teacher” – is certainly an inspiring read! This memoir resonates an educator’s sheer interest in collecting any kind of print materials that not only adds value to teaching but enhances one’s knowledge and wisdom. Call it an old habit but it holds much relevance despite the pervasive digital ...
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  • Inclusion – Connecting – Belonging

    Inclusion – Connecting – Belonging

    by admin | April 24, 2018 | Media
    By Pang Jee Ching The article captures the writer’s innate journey with special needs children. An organic sharing that resonates connectivity championing inclusion #connecting #inclusion #specialeducation #dika Everyone seems to be talking about #inclusion in the recent years ever since the ideologies – “Education for all” and “Nothing about us without us” emerged. At many education based seminars, conferences, activities and programmes, we often see people ...
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  • Helping the young paint their future

    Helping the young paint their future

    by admin | April 23, 2018 | Media
    Lim Pei Yen, Research and Development Manager “I want to empower children to illustrate their own beautiful future and I plan to do this through the creation of meaningful products for children and parents. Go-getter It is 6.45pm. One would expect the voice on the other end of the phone to be drained and dreary, but that was not the case with Lim ...
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