Learning mustn’t stop with Covid-19


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THE Covid-19 pandemic has pushed schools, higher education institutions (HEIs) and training providers online to ensure that effective learning continues. While technology can facilitate seamless migration of face-to-face learning to a virtual platform, accessibility to quality digital content is crucial especially during the movement control order (MCO).

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Interest in SMK Jerlun science teacher Norhailmi Abdul Mutalib’s free online content has seen a surge since the MCO was imposed on March 18.

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