Balik ke jaman behula sebelum ada internet,
ada sekolah jarak jauh pakai surat menyurat (media cetak)
Di Indonesia ada Universitas terbuka
yang punya pengalaman
tentang pembelajaran jarak jauh
model surat menyurat dan media lain nya!
Universitas Terbuka (UT) adalah Perguruan Tinggi Negeri ke-45 di Indonesia yang diresmikan pada tanggal 4 September 1984, berdasarkan Keputusan Presiden RI Nomor 41 Tahun 1984.
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How Countries are using Edtech to Support Remote Learning during Covid-19 Pandemic
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The priority for the Department of Education is to ensure that educational activities continue through the extension of the school closures. Government has extended the “shelter-in-place” regime until May 2, 2020 and schools will resume the remote learning programs. The Department will continue to provide updates through its Facebook page, email, school apps, social media, and its website.
The website also provides guidance to parents and caregivers on supporting remote learning at home. The Commissioner of Education also uses the website to share letters of encouragement with parents to keep morale high.
Physical copies of learning packets will be provided for students who do not have access to connectivity (device or the Internet) to ensure that all students are engaged in learning during the lockdown. These learning packets will be delivered to their roadside mailboxes by post office staff.
The Ministry of Education has put in place three key interventions to support the continuity of learning during COVID-19. First, practice test papers to support grade six students are available on the Ministry's website for students in coastal and hinterland regions with Internet connectivity. Students without connectivity in the hinterland regions will benefit from the distribution of compiled worksheets.
Second, students can tune into the television learning channel to access educational programs at designated times for students. Third, education lessons through interactive radio instruction (IRI) have been put in place for grades 1-3, and broadcast to schools catering to grades 3 -6 radio listeners.
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information has put in place support initiatives targeted at all levels of the education system to the end of April 2020, with the possibility of further extension if required. This support includes several services for students, including: printing service and printed learning kits for students without Internet connection;
educational television lessons and rebroadcasts accessible on 25 cable channels (eg. “School’s not OUT” on TJ Live channel); zero-rated data access to the MoEYI website which houses educational content and online exam (PEP) workbooks; PEP hotlines; learning content composed by the Early Childhood Commission for children aged 0-5 years; school-based initiatives using Google Suite, Schoology, Edmodo, Zoom, Skype, WhatsApp, etc. are in place and supported by the Education Officers; partnerships with Internet service providers to enable online learning on subsidized data plans as well as zero-rated learning websites; subsidized data plans provided by Digicel that are benefiting teachers; and digital learning resources available on open online platforms (eg. One on One Educational Services, Cheetah, Book Fusion, Edufocal, the Learning Hub, CSEC COVID-19 Toolkit, etc.)
Fun Education (Challange games)
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport in cooperation with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) launched Think! Think!, an educational programme to provide free online lessons to young students. The Ministry aims to broadcast this content as education TV programming via Satellite Decho TV (DTV) in the near future, to reach students with no access to the Internet or related devices. The Think! Think! program along with 15,000 types of new puzzle games
are being made available on the ministry’s Facebook pages (MoEYS Cambodia and Krou Cambodia) every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 5:00-5:30 pm.