MALAYSIA’S EDUCATION SECTOR is embracing e-learning, but this adoption also brings to the fore the nation’s entrenched socioeconomic divide. Online learning in government schools has always been vague in nature; and with necessities like water and electricity supply still not available in certain parts of the country, how can one expect a stable internet connection as a given?
Stepping Up the Teaching
Norazrina Osman, an English teacher from SK Kebun Sireh, Bukit Mertajam, who has been an educator for almost two decades, admits that the switch from face-to-face to home-based teaching took some getting used to.
In-class learning has been temporarily put on ...
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