Teaching Online in a Rural School in Perak
Lian, A schoolteacher in a rural town in Perak
It’s been nearly a year since schools initially closed during the first MCO last year in March. For months students and teachers have adapted to home-based learning, conducting classes online. They’ve also had to adjust to switching between online and in-person learning as schools closed and reopened several times last year. We’ve spoken a lot about how students have coped with online learning. But how have teachers been doing - especially now that they’ve had time to navigate teaching classes online? And particularly in rural areas? We speak with Lian, a teacher at a school in rural Perak, to find out about his experience teaching online.
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Produced by: Hezril Asyraaf
Presented by: Tee Shiao Eek, Lim Sue Ann
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