INNOVATIVE POST-MORTEM AS A TOOL TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE IN PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS
In Malaysia, as in most developing countries, performance of students in public examinations has become the yardstick of measuring the extent of success or failure of the learning and teaching process in a particular institution. The objective of this paper is to raise awareness amongst administrators, teachers and pupils, that through proper innovative post-mortem procedures on examinations and tests results, a more enhanced learning and teaching system could be applied to achieve academic excellence. The innovative post-mortem recounciles the synergised power of administrator, teachers and pupils to search for the 'best methods' through systematic dissection of past tests results, and also to re-discover effective ways of teaching and learning. I have applied innovative post-mortem procedures in my school, and we have been very successful. Because the issue of high achievement in public examinations has always been of great societal concern, I choose to share this finding/idea with all our fellow educationalists.