Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Facebook tutup banyak akaun anti PBS kerana memalukan Kementerian Pendidikan???


Para guru mendakwa bahawa Penilaian Berasaskan Sekolah (PBS) membunuh semangat mereka terhadap profesion dan mengubah kehidupan peribadi mereka.

Kemarahan menjadi lebih dahsyat apabila PBS menyebabkan perceraian guru.

Di bawah PBS , guru-guru diminta untuk melakukan penilaian setiap hari, sepanjang tempoh pengajaran dan kemudian key-in data ke dalam sistem.

Pada tahun ini, hanya tahun satu hingga tiga sekolah rendah dan tingkatan satu dan tingkatan dua sekolah menengah adalah di bawah PBS.

Pada kiraan terakhir fz.com 's , terdapat lebih daripada tiga akaun anti-PBS di Facebook ditutup, termasuk beberapa akaun Facebook oleh pelajar sendiri.

Guru-guru telah menyertai kumpulan tertutup kerana mereka terikat dengan kontrak kerajaan dan adalah sukar untuk mengesan ahli kumpulan tertutup.

Mereka juga berkata bahawa mereka tahu akibat seperti ditempatkan di kawasan luar bandar jika mereka dikenal pasti menyertai bantahan terhadap PBS di laman sosial.

Bagi pelajar, mereka menyertai kumpulan-kumpulan terbuka di FB. Salah satunya dinamakan sebagai ' Punca Budak Stress'

Salah satu grup Facebook yang paling popular - ' Kami Mahu SPPBS Dimansuhkan ' dengan gambar background seorang anak menghantar tilam dan bantal kepada bapanya di sekolah pada lewat malam dengan mesej:

"Ayah , ibu menghantar anda tilam dan bantal dengan mesej ' Sweet Dream (s) ! " menunjukkan bahawa bapa (guru) menghabiskan waktu malam di sekolah.

Grup 'Kami Mahu SPPBS Dimansuhkan' ditubuhkan pada 31 Okt 2013 oleh sebuah NGO. Akaun ini telah menarik lebih daripada 38713 like.

Admin grup ini berhasrat mendapatkan 200,000 ahli dan merancang empat fasa untuk menghantar memorandum kepada Kementerian Pendidikan ke atas rasa tidak puas hati mereka.

30 ribu guru berkempen bantah PBS dan SPPBS

Kesatuan guru mahu sistem PBS dan E-prestasi dimansuh

PBS - Sistem mengarut bebankan guru

Ini rintihan para guru yang ditemui,

One teacher from Kedah, said the main problem was the accessibility to the portal.

“We can only access it better in the night time – in the wee hours of morning – and even then, it takes about one hour to get one student's data put in,” said the teacher.

Another teacher from Penang said on the bright side, the PBS has made the teachers realise the powers of the internet.

"Many teachers were not online savvy when PBS was first introduced three years ago. However, having to access the internet to perform the PBS, teachers now have realised the power of the internet.

"We were asked to get online identities and many of us started to get active on Facebook and Twitter. All these while, teachers have to get their views heard through bureaucratic channels and no one from the ministry wants to hear us out.

"Now, we know that we can say it and not be identified. We are tired of PBS and we are going to say it loud and clear in the virtual world.

"This is the crappiest system that I have ever worked with. While we have tinkered with the PBS portal and gotten more net savvy, the Education Ministry has stayed on its PBS portal, which was (set up) by cronies and uses the Internet Explorer version 7.0 to 9.0 browser. Pray, tell me, who is using that browser now?" the teacher of more than 20-years lamented.

This English teacher from Penang was referring to the recent circular from Education Ministry on the portal itself which said that the PBS system will be closed from Nov 30-Dec 31 to "tidy up" data and teachers will be allowed to re-access the system after that. The incomplete work of 2013 can be entered in January 2014.

It also stated that it acknowledges the difficulty of access to the portal and requests that users only use IE 7.0 and above with a screen resolution size of 1024 X 768 pixels. When contacted, web savvy people have termed the portal as "outdated" in its configurations.

"Do you know what this means? This means that we would, in January 2014, have to complete our 2013 incomplete work and also enter the January 2014's school assessment. Double work, due to no fault of ours.

"We have been complaining for three years now, ever since the system started. Yet, no one (from the ministry) wants to hear us.

"The system is super duper slow and we have to wait for hours to get it to do anything. If we do not complete our work, we will face wrath of our headmasters, who is responsible for our promotions.

"If we do decide to complete it, we spend sleepless nights in front of the computers, facing the wrath of our husbands or wives. Some of us wake up at 3am or 4am to be able to access the system during non-peak hours. What can we do?

"It is supposed to be our way of getting the Malaysian school system into the digital world, but it is actually more paperwork as we have to supply more daily worksheets. Just imagine the amount of daily worksheets we have to mark as opposed to the periodical exam papers we have to mark!" the teacher fumed.

Another teacher in Perak said very much the same thing.
"It is so slow. I do not know why the people in charge do not realise that this is just regressing the whole education system.

"It is wasting the teachers' time and killing the student's interest. Worst of all, our frustration is now getting into the classrooms and I have heard some of my colleagues venting it onto the students.
"I do not blame them as we have to spend hours after school to complete the assessement forms and then we have to return to school the next day to do a new assessment.

"These teachers are teaching the children of younger age (between seven and nine years) and I fear to think how teachers can truly impart knowledge and plant the love of knowledge when they (the teachers) are a frustrated lot,” said a teacher from Seremban.
She further said that teaching has now become a chore and no more a passion and joy with the system imposed on them.

"PBS really takes the joy out of teaching. We are all the time assessing in class and then we have to sit for hours in front of our laptops to access the system. It is becoming a life of assessing and accessing!” said the Seremban teacher.

Teachers said that some 'daring' headmasters have taken things into their own hands and conducted examinations, defying the PBS.
“But these are few and comes with much risks,” said the Penang teacher. - The Edge

30 ribu guru berkempen bantah PBS dan SPPBS

Kesatuan guru mahu sistem PBS dan E-prestasi dimansuh

PBS - Sistem mengarut bebankan guru

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