Sharing usage of ““. Topics about “water sources”. Based on the slideshow, students are asked to visit the website & enter the given code number. Next, the question will appear & students will be asked to enter one possible answer. Prior to that, the instructor had to log in to the website by google account to create their own questions & display types provided by 😊


Think with your partner & share with all the friends’ activity.

“Two heads are better than one”

Students write and discuss their ideas with a partner before sharing them with the larger group. This gives students the opportunity to thoughtfully respond to questions in written form and to engage in meaningful dialogue with other students about these issues.

“” – Fascinating game for testing the students lesson feedback

* Log in using google acount
* Search / create your own quiz
* Click “live game”
* Ask students a.k.a players to open apps / google “” & enter game code
* Game on !!! 😄

It is a student-paced formative assessments in a fun and engaging way for teaching reflection. The players could see all the others ranking level as it brought out the competitive level between them in a good way 🌟😁


Implementation “JIGSAW” in class

First attempt applying ‘jigsaw’ in my first SPACE class 😬..simple topic to review back what the overall water treatment process all about..divided them into one group, assigned specific topic for each individual, grouped them into “experts” group & do some peer to peer discussion & lastly regroup them back to further explain to their group members what they understand. 😃

STEM@SMK Nusajaya-Activity on Teaching & Learning about “Sustainable Environment”

This project is partly one of STEM Mentor-Mentee program, which was funded by ACS. The group target is a group of 50 students (mentees) from Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Taman Nusajaya, Johor. The scope of this project focuses on educating and exposing the basic concept of environmental sustainability among the secondary school students.  The module emphasis on the main elements of environmental sustainability as well as the important of sustainable environment for a better way and survivability of life. The module also incorporated aspects of collaborative culture, critically and creatively think, and foster environmental responsibility for future generations’ sustainability. This module implemented several ways in disseminating knowledge and information.  The first activities involved flipped classroom activity where involve videos watching.  Second activity requires the students (mentee) to conduct discussion on the poster design and sketching the desired sustainable city.  The last activities of this module involve a group presentation.  The event was held on 13th of July 2019. For the development and design of Sustainable City, the students were divided into 3-4 persons per group.  The students were given a specific time for group discussion n designing the sustainable city.  A group of postgraduate students were also involved in this program where they were assigned as the instructor (mentor) to assist the secondary school student (mentee) throughout the program. A set of primary and post questionnaire are given to the mentor and mentee in order to analysed and assessed the outcomes of this project.  Both sets of questionnaires were analysed.  Based on the results of the questionnaires, it shows better understanding on the concept of sustainable environment have been obtained among the students.  Through the conducted activities, the mentees have shown good respond.  They are able to obtain new knowledge and enjoy participating in the prepared program.

PHASE II : STEM-Water Treatment Project @ SMK Nusajaya, Gelang Patah

Assalam to all,

Based on the continuation of our STEM activity (Water Treatment), the SMK Nusajaya students (mentees) were given the opportunity to visit our prestigious laboratory.  To increase the students’ interest in STEM, the students were exposed to lab facilities/equipment and attend a research talk associated with water treatment. For the second phase, in demonstrating the activity of knowledge transfer, the previous students were enquired to teach their juniors in designing, building and testing a complete water filtration treatment system. Below were some videos (interview of one participants) and pictures were taken during the activity: