Home-based learning sessions are doable as long as there is cooperation from all concerned parties, as some teachers in Perak have discovered.
Some primary school teachers in the state have found creative ways to teach their pupils who are now confined at home due to the movement control order (MCO).
They use group chats in various social messaging apps for the e-learning.
Nurul Ain Jamalludin Al Amini, 31, who teaches at SK Manjoi Satu in Ipoh, uses WhatsApp groups, Telegram, Kahoot, Quizziz and Google Classroom to conduct her online classes.
“My aim is to get as many pupils as I can to be involved, so I try to find the simplest method,” she said.
“I do not want to create something too bombastic as some pupils may have constraints in terms of time, Internet speed and phone memory storage.
“At the end of the day, it is all about them and I hope to get their full participation,” she added.