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Forging teacher-student relationships in the new normal

COVID-19 has taught us much over the past year about ourselves and our nation. One of the insights we have gained from an education perspective is that there is a clear difference between schooling and educating.

We now know that education occurs not only when students are "in school", for learning can, and does, take place everywhere. Covid-19 has shown us that one can get an education outside of a school building.

So, if schooling is not what drives education, what does? What has Covid-19 taught us about the essence of quality education and how can we build on this when students return to the classroom?

During Covid-19, much of the discourse on education has been on the switch to online learning and the technological issues that accompanied it — hardware, software, accessibility and affordability, to name a few.

 

For further news

https://www.nst.com.my/opinion/columnists/2021/02/668401/forging-teacher-student-relationships-new-normal 

Date of Input: 22/07/2021 | Updated: 22/07/2021 | nooryati

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