A good set of textbooks is critical.
The opportunity is ripe for brainstorming.
Blended solutions may work well during the pandemic.
Many learning programmes, with great potential, have fizzled out.
The post-pandemic return is an unprecedented adjustment.
How can parents maximise the benefits of online learning?
Every change can be turned into opportunity.
Online learning demands tech-savvy teachers.
Let’s hope we do not forget this interdependence.
Desperate times call for desperate measures.
The idea is not to create a rat race, but to keep the spirit and fire alive.
Much like caviar, reading is an acquired taste.
Textbooks alone cannot match the benefits of blended learning.
Teachers have a moral responsibility to educate themselves.
Parental involvement is not restricted to academics.
Most schools fail to incorporate inclusion in classroom strategy.
Access and the willingness to go digital is not sufficient.
As schools reopen, it is a good time to rethink how to win back disengaged students.
The benefits are endless; perhaps much more than the benefits of eating broccoli or mangoes.
Language continually intervenes in the process of learning.