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INTERNET connection and digital device access were not the only problems plaguing students when they transitioned to virtual learning last year.
THE Covid-19 pandemic took the world by storm, forcing every industry to rethink the way it operates.
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IN the fight against fraud, bribery and corruption, Kenanga Investment Bank Bhd (Kenanga Group) is strengthening its efforts to raise awareness in its fifth annual Fraud Awareness Week (FAW).
MALAYSIAN start-up ReSkills EdTech has proven to be one of the fastest growing online live learning platforms. It recently secured a US$1.5mil investment from a group of private angel investors led by JSF Platinum, to boost growth plans and stabilise its expansion, especially in the South-East Asian region.
The movement control order has seen a resurgence in needle crafting. Domestic crafts like embroidery and knitting are deemed as ‘cool’, thanks to digital media.
Ugandan kids lose hope in long school closure amid pandemic.
City’s education system is outdated and government needs to change it, former financial secretary John Tsang says. Education technology should be adopted in Hong Kong, rather than just focusing on e-learning and STEM lessons, he adds.
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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The education sector should be emphasised the tabling of Budget 2022, especially the provisions to improve internet access and digital devices following the home-based Teaching and Learning system which will be continued in the new norm.