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A WORKSHOP will be conducted to guide teachers on teaching and learning (PdP) methods in the new norm.
PETALING JAYA: Instead of fretting over the unpredictable nature of Covid-19, some parents are looking on the bright side as they find a silver lining in sending their children to school.
THE dust has settled on the case of Veveonah Mosibin – the 18-year-old student from Sabah who climbed a tree to get better Internet coverage to take her online examinations.
THE goal is to provide access to digital learning tools for students from underserved communities.
GEORGE TOWN: Penang DAP chairman Chow Kon Yeow reiterates the party's stands that it will not work with leaders from Umno who are currently facing legal charges.
AT the height of the Covid-19 pandemic and the resulting movement control order, teaching was forced to move from the classroom to the Internet.
OVER the past five months, almost every student around the world has been tuned in to a teacher or lecturer through an electronic device.
KLUANG: This estate school only has 25 students, who sometimes have to ride on a tractor to get to school, as the 3.5km road leading to the school gets too muddy whenever it rains.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Nigerian Iyke Anakua had been working for 14 months as a welder, a job he got through a recruitment agency in Berlin, when he received news in mid-March that he would be made redundant.