Radzi Jidin said this is important so that teachers can be in contact with their students.
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Home Teaching and Learning (PdPR) sessions will still need to be continued even though most students have started face-to-face learning in schools, said Education Minister Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin.
Berita Harian quoted the Minister who mentioned that the decision has taken into account the student rotation system that was being implemented at the moment.
Radzi added that although PdPR is not done daily, it is important to ensure that students are always in contact with their teachers.
However, the current PdPR is a little different in that it focuses on the preparation of materials needed by students, especially things that are difficult to understand before they enter school and follow the PdP session face-to-face. This (PdPR) is an approach that needs to be done so that the students can continue with the teacher to follow their learning even if not every day, but it is so important to always communicate with the teacher.Education Minister Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin
Commenting on preparations for the possibility of floods following the monsoon season at the end of this year that might disrupt the teaching and learning activities, Radzi said the Ministry would make appropriate preparations based on current needs and circumstances.
We do not rule out the possibility that there will be certain areas or schools that will be vulnerable to floods. However, our action will be based on the needs and current situation to face the monsoon season so that the school session runs smoothly without interruption until the end of this term.Education Minister Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin
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