Tuesday, April 20, 2021

online learning

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.

No more falling behind in classes as help brings enough gadgets for all

The many children in the family of Shaifol Bahri Mustaffa Kamalluddin and Norilla Mustafa Albakri can now follow all of their lessons thanks to the donation of six tablets.

Imagining new learning spaces for online higher education

An active process of stakeholder engagement is essential in adapting to online study and developing value innovators that enhance learning and teaching in higher education.

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.

One year on, questions still abound for pandemic-era teachers

How to keep students engaged through online learning and to tackle the different contexts in each school are just some of the uncertainties they have.

Covid-19 jeopardises a dream from Kuching slums

But young Albert is determined to become a doctor despite his home environment and the pandemic wreaking havoc on education across the country.

Thousands start school – at home – but problems persist

Lack of devices and internet access are some of the biggest setbacks to the implementation of online learning.

2020, a roller-coaster ride for education

From changes in government to the impact of Covid-19, teachers, parents and students experienced a whirlwind of events this year.

Has Covid-19 killed the stigma on online degrees?

Malaysian universities and colleges have embraced e-learning despite the image problem associated with online degrees.

How Covid-19 has disrupted the routine of special needs students

These students have an especially hard time adapting to online learning.

Online teaching may impede learning, experts warn as classes go digital again

Negative effects of online learning include students' slow absorption of lessons.

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