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The Star logoMalaysian academy uses Kahoot! to engage students during virtual assessments

The movement control order (MCO) has propelled almost every educational institution in the country to embrace digital teaching and learning.

Now finally, skills training institutes are getting on board with e-learning.

While some are coping well, others are facing difficulties in conducting online learning as 70% of the syllabus involves hands-on practical training.

To keep the online lessons interesting, Gain Forlife Academy in Likas, Kota Kinabalu, gives their students tests through applications like Kahoot.

Founder and managing director Nelson Mosinoh said students’ level of interest and engagement are reflected in their scores on the app.

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