Teachers create videos as aid in virtual lessons


Suffi says AYU has about 1,500 teachers from primary and secondary schools.

THE ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has definitely taken a toll on the education field.

Realising that they have to adapt to the new norm of teaching and learning, a group of teachers have joined hands to create educational videos to help students all over the country.

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