The Selangor state authorities has launched an e-learning platform for college students within the state, primarily based on its free tuition programme (PTRS). The web site gives programs for these taking the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) and Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM), protecting a variety of topics together with Bahasa Melayu, English, arithmetic, historical past, common research and Malaysian College English Take a look at (Muet).
Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari informed SelangorTV that although PTRS was initially meant for college students from deprived backgrounds, the brand new schooling portal could be open to different college students too. Whereas the movies may very well be watched by guests, for extra content material and options, customers would want to arrange an account which requires them to have an Identification Card (IC).
Nationwide stage on-line programs The federal authorities additionally has its personal on-line digital instructing and studying (PdP) platform, referred to as Digital Instructional Studying Initiative Malaysia (DELIMa).
The platform for each college students and academics gives customers with webinars, programs, and instructing assets, with content material from the Nationwide Library, Malaysia Digital Financial system Company (MDEC) and Unicef.
Initially utilizing Google Classroom, the web studying platform was now backed by Apple and Microsoft, since being relaunched final June. In November final yr, Deputy Training Minister Datuk Dr Mah Grasp Quickly stated 485 digital textbooks have been uploaded to the platform with practically 10,000 instructional movies from different associated video portals additionally linked to it.
Past authorities schooling platforms, the previous Training Minister and now impartial MP, Dr Maszlee Malik additionally launched one other service, referred to as Sophia.
On its web site, it defined the programme aimed to offer extra interplay than watching instructional movies, enabling academics to set programs for his or her college students and focus on afterwards on a category discussion board.
The Rakyat Submit reported Maszlee saying there have been greater than 13,000 free movies on the location for college students in main and secondary college, protecting language, music, historical past, theology and science.
The movies have been made by native academics, college students and even members of the general public.
Streaming an schooling
Streaming service Dimsum confirmed watching movies is also instructional, when it added The Star’s eTuition programme to its choices again in 2019.
The programs lined preschool to secondary syllabuses throughout totally different languages, from the publishing firm’s varied instructional property together with Kuntum and Newspaper-in-Training. The eTuition programme is offered to all Dimsum subscribers.
Instructional journal Kuntum additionally has its personal web site for extra content material to enrich the long-running print version. Among the programmes out there embody animated clips with mascot characters Pintar and Comel, Mandarin classes and in addition enjoyable sketching and drawing workouts.