Prize Committee 2024

The Malaysia Teacher Prize has a rigorous multi-stage judging process, which is conducted by judges from various organisations and the Ministry of Education (MoE) using a standardised judging rubric throughout the process. Prior to reaching the Prize Committee, all submitted applications were screened based on the eligibility criteria and completeness of their application.

Stage 2 Judging

Each application is reviewed by two Prize Committee Members and Members who knew applicants at a personal level had to abstain from judging whereas Members who knew applicants professionally had to declare a conflict of interest. The average scores were reviewed internally to ensure that all eligible applicants were scored consistently in accordance with the standards of the judging rubric.

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Stage 3 Judging – Online Interview

Shortlisted applicants for Stage 3 also undergone a background check in which the team verified their application details against their social media and conducted an interview with their school leader. This stage determined the Top 10 Finalists.

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Stage 4 Judging – In-person Interview

The Top 10 Finalists went through a final in-person interview in order to determine the Top 5 Finalists and the Winner of the Prize for 2023.

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