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As most public Internet centres have been shut down due to the movement control order, it’s important for students to learn to manage their data.
Teachers continue to grapple with e-learning, as Internet access remains a challenge for many, making it even more difficult for students to adapt to remote lessons.
Covid-19: Hong Kong students without electronic devices could be left on wrong side of ‘tsunami-scale’ digital learning divide
Data gathered by HKU last year shows about 10% of city’s students had no electronic device at home, while 40% needed to share. While sharing was not a serious drawback for students in the past school year, the sudden shift to online learning could change that, researcher says.
Is your kids’ e-learning driving you up the wall? Don’t stress, parents, says one expert: ‘Let’s just keep it real’
Parents who’ve spent their children’s entire lifetimes monitoring and fretting over screen time suddenly find themselves enforcing a totally tethered-to-a-device existence.
Typically, this time of year is slow for the "Amoeba Sisters”. The YouTube channel makes animated, intricate videos about biology for over half a million subscribers, and its audience usually fluctuates with the school year.
MDEC has provided a list of e-learning platforms as it urges students to keep studying while away from school as per the movement control order (MCO).
Filipino teacher Raven Kate De Leon is in demand, spending up to 10 hours a day at her home computer surrounded by mini cars and stuffed toys that she uses as props to inject fun into her English classes for students far away in China.
Hurun Report: China produces 182 new billionaires, triple the new faces in the US, while Shanghai overtakes Hong Kong for the first time
Shanghai overtakes Hong Kong for the first time in the number of billionaires with 83 to 76, according to the latest Hurun Global Rich List 2020. The world’s 2,816 billionaires enhances their combined wealth by 16% to a record US$11.2tril.
The weeks-long closure of schools over virus fears across China and Hong Kong is testing kids – and their parents.
With schools remaining closed during coronavirus outbreak, China launches national remote learning platforms
A new national cloud learning platform will provide junior and senior high school students with study resources online. At the same time, educational content will be broadcast on national TV for primary school students.