Philippine children back in school as pandemic restrictions ease
Students, all wearing face masks, queued to enter their classrooms and attended flag raising ceremonies in their schoolyards across the Southeast Asian country as the government phases out remote learning.
Powering on despite Covid at remote Sarawak village
There is very little internet access and no electricity or water supply in Kampung Sapit, but the villagers do what they can to get by.
UM students question govt survey showing over 78% not stressed about online studies
They raise questions about the study's methodology and substance.
Singapore primary schools to shift online as virus cases rise
Primary One to Five students will move to home-based learning from Sept 27 to Oct 6 while Primary Six students will go on a study break from Sept 25 before sitting for the exam.
Philippines ‘learning crisis’ as kids face second year of remote schooling
A 'blended learning' programme has been plagued with problems as most students in the Philippines don't have a computer or internet at home.
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.
Online classes to continue until end-August
The education ministry says face-to-face sessions will begin in stages from Sept 1.
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.
Educationists warn of ‘lost generation’ as poorer students struggle online
Many from poor or rural families lack the facilities needed to properly follow home-based teaching and learning, while others may have lost the drive to continue studying.
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.
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.