Thursday, October 21, 2021

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Home-based teaching and learning method moderately effective, says education ministry

Urban student involvement in online PdPR was just under 60% while involvement among rural children was at 52.4%.

School reopening based on recovery phases, rotation system to ensure SOPs

Education Minister Radzi Jidin says this is important to ensure that students are not kept away from school for too long.

Online learning the best bet for now, expert says as pandemic continues havoc for schools

Educationists say it is difficult to change the school calendar in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Suspend students for not attending PdPR sessions?

Low student attendance rates may be the result of a complex of inter-related issues, all of which would have to be addressed to involve students actively in meaningful learning activities during the pandemic.

Sun, sea, sand and school for children in Sarawak fishing village

Their parents do what they can to provide the devices needed for home-based learning, but with internet connectivity out of their hands, drastic measures are needed.

From crocodiles to WiFi: Sarawak’s rural students struggle with school closures

Many have no access to the internet or the gadgets needed for home-based learning, while others must make long trips home when their hostels are shut down.

Online classes for 2 weeks after Aidilfitri break

Education Minister Radzi Jidin says this is a precautionary measure as there is no existing data on the spread of infections during Aidilfitri since schools were closed last year.

Pandemic takes its toll on reading and writing as well

Teachers say their students' literacy levels have nosedived since the closure of schools due to the Covid-19 outbreak.

Responding to the challenges of online education

Online teaching and learning is here to stay and academics need to review processes and adopt some simple tips to make online learning more effective.

Many children, not enough phones: A family’s struggle with home-based learning

A couple living with their many children and grandchildren in a low-cost flat do their best to ensure that education remains a priority during the pandemic season.

Govt told to address surge in laptop prices as online learning takes hold

Consumer pressure group CAP warns that the free tablets and laptops from the government will only cater for 3% of the student population.

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