Il-Ministeru għall-Edukazzjoni qed jippubblika linji gwida dwar it-tagħlim onlajn li ser ikun qiegħed isir minn nhar it-Tnejn 15 ta’ Marzu 2021 fl-iskejjel primarji, medji u sekondarji. Din il-gwida qed issir f’forma ta’ mistoqsija u tweġiba, bil-Malti u bl-Ingliż, għall-ġenituri/gwardjani tat-tfal tal-iskejjel primarji, medji u sekondarji.
Il-Ministeru jiġbed l-attenzjoni li t-tagħlim onlajn ser isir permezz tal-pjattaformi diġitali MS TEAMS u MySchoolu t-tagħlim ser isir kuljum skont timetable. It-tagħlim onlajn jinkludi wkoll l-assessjar, il-classwork u l-homework u l-attendenza tat-tfal ser tkun qed tittieħed kuljum.
The Ministry of Education has published a set of guidelines on how our students will be learning online during this time when schools will be closed. The guidelines take the form of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and are available in both Maltese and English for parents/guardians of students attending Primary, Middle and Secondary Schools.
Teaching and learning will be based on the online platforms MS TEAMS and MySchool and a timetable will be prepared by the teachers. Online work will include assessment, classwork and home activities, and attendance will be registered everyday.
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Mr. Keith Bartolo, Head of College Network at St. Clare College, has forwarded the following presentation which briefly explains the current measures being taken by schools in order to ensure a continuation of the teaching and learning process during the Covid-19 outbreak. Special thanks go to Mr. Bartolo and his team for sharing this resource. Click on the link below to access this presentation:
The Directorate for Leaning and Assessment Programmes (DLAP) has launched an initiative intended to support students who do not have Internet access at home. The identified students, ranging from Year 1 to Year 8, are being provided with resource packs for the four core subjects of Maths, Science, Maltese and English. The packs are being delivered to students’ homes every fortnight. Click on the link below to access English and Maltese Resources for Years 1 – 6.
During this time of school closures, the Department of Primary Science and Technology in Malta is making many new resources available online for students and educators alike. Visit the section ‘Young Scientists’ on their website, with lots of ideas and activities of how one can make interesting and fun activities using everyday objects!
FEE international have reviewed Litter Less lesson plans to check if they can be run during the school homing. With most of them there is no problem, and can be adapted from home. Obviously, they can be used by all schools – not only those participating in the litterless campaign. Click on the following links to access these digital resources:
The latest edition of the EkoSkola Newsletter (Nr. 64) is now out! Besides reports about activities that were organised before the school closure, there is also a guide to resources and support related to ESD that are being offered particularly during this difficult period.
The Literacy Team at St. Nicholas College will be preparing a list of daily slides for young students to work upon (Literacy Prompt). We will upload simple exercises daily, so make sure to check our website everyday! Here are the prompts for Friday, 27th March 2020.
During this difficult time of school closures, the team at Robocoach have been doing some research to help find some interesting activities which can be done from the comfort of our homes whilst incorporating some educational aspects. The first resource they are sharing with us is an interactive page where you can access links to virtual museums. Download the handout below, so that you will be able to virtually step into one of those fantastic spaces simply by clicking on each picture !