During the COVID-19 epidemic, our students are home-bound and teachers without a means to conduct the traditional classroom. This does not mean that learning must also be shut down. Even with limited internet access through a single smart phone, teachers can continue to interact with and guide the learning of their students.
The Mt. Meru Astronomical Observatory Ambassadors, teachers at primary and secondary schools provided distance learning for their students, even those with limited internet access. You can too!
A Guide to Distance Learning
Learn how to provide distance learning for your students by following this instructional guide.
How to make and use google forms:
How to submit homework using MMAO website: https://youtu.be/ecj-PYGVdUs
Access homework using MMAO website: https://youtu.be/yK267OTqILU
Free Resources for Education at Home
This is a time for creativity. This is a time to show students how to use the internet for research, learning, and exploring the greater world.
Consider the following free, on-line resources provided at the MMAO Resources page and the incredible wealth of resources provided by UNESCO. This list of educational applications, platforms and resources aim to help parents, teachers, schools and school administrators facilitate student learning and provide social care and interaction during periods of school closure. Most of the solutions curated are free and many cater to multiple languages.
Learn more about UNESCO’s Global Education Coalition and Distance Learning
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