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A year later, the unplanned experiment with distance learning continues for thousands of students who have yet to set foot back in classrooms.
Andrix Serrano studies alone inside a Manila slum shack he shares with his street-sweeper grandmother. Like many in his fourth-grade class, he has no internet for his shuttered school's online lessons.
HAVING been inducted into Tunku Abdul Rahman University College’s (TAR UC) growing list of top ACCA prize winners, Yew Bi Sheng and Chen Siong Han continue a legacy of excellence in the December 2020 ACCA Examination.
LABUAN: A university professor has come up with five recommendations following research he undertook to better understand the factors behind online learning success during the Covid-19 pandemic.
IT’S been a year since the Covid-19 outbreak first became a major international story and educational institutions, from kindergartens to universities, were forced to move their operations online. So what have we learnt and what changes will be permanent?
IT’S been almost a year since schools moved their lessons online but the perennial problem of unequal access to gadgets and stable Internet connection have hindered the learning progress of some.
SOME 100 students from the Bukit Gasing constituency in Petaling Jaya who are sitting for their SPM examinations next month will be offered a micro-scholarship programme to help with their revision.
ROME, Jan. 19 (Xinhua) -- Kate Nicholls has been extolling the virtues of online distance learning long before the coronavirus pandemic made it a reality for many students and their teachers.
When her suburban Dallas high school was forced to move online last spring because of the coronavirus pandemic, Charvi Goyal realised that the schoolmates she’d been informally tutoring between classes would still need extra help but wouldn’t necessarily be able to get it. So she took her tutoring online, as well.