Problems aplenty as teachers shift to online learning

Bernard Saw

A pupil logging in to a virtual classroom. Some households lack digital devices and others can’t connect to the internet as classes move online during the MCO. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Irwan Majid, April 7, 2020.

ONLINE learning in Malaysia, where access to technology and the internet is not equal, is presenting real problems, as parents, teachers and pupils log in to virtual classrooms under the movement-control order (MCO).

National Union of Heads of Schools Malaysia president Wong Shee Fatt said one of the most basic problems is simply the inability to connect to the internet.

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