The Rise of Online and Digital Education



Students from ages 7 to 17 started school online this week. Its only been the first week of school and parents have reported being added to dozens of whatsapp and telegram groups created by teachers for different subjects. The revolution of education to online and digital means is before us now and there is no turning back. Even when schools return to normal, online and digital education is here to stay and that is a good thing. Despite some challenges, it has many benefits. On that same note, we would like to share with you some interesting offers this week. 1. You sign up for a free online English class with British Council. More about this limited time offer here. 2. You can get 50% discount from online tuition for BM, English, Maths and Science for a whole term (3 months) from Cozy Kidz House. All you need to do is screenshot our blog post and whatsapp it. More details here. 3. Primary school kids can design a face mask using digital tools while secondary school students can make public service announcement videos on hand washing, social distancing, safety precautions and how to keep our community safe with cash prizes of up to RM500 for primary and RM1000 for secondary plus a special prize of a brand new iPad with an Apple Pencil for most likes entries on social media. Find out more about this Inaugural Digital Leadership Tech Contest by Sri KDU International School (Klang) here. So how was first week of school for you? Check out how it went for other parents here. Every topic had hundreds of comments from parents who literally went back to school with their kids as they helped to set up digital gadgets to ensure that online school ran smoothly. Here's how first day of school 2021 went with no tears or separation anxieties for kids, instead, parents were faced with the following challenges. - My kids online class ran for only 15 minutes

- How to prevent students from opening YouTube during Google Meet class


- Laptop vs Tablet. Which is better for online lessons?


- Parents sharing on the brand, device, specs, and price range of the gadget they purchased for online lessons


- How to prevent drawing on teacher’s presentation (attendee annotation) during online class


- How manage multiple kids having online lessons at the same time


Finally, you may also find the following links useful. - where to download digital textbooks

- where to buy new textbooks and workbooks

- where to buy second hand textbooks


Stay safe everyone!

Koay Joo Bee

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