Online Learning Saves Schools and Pupils

Online learning has become a saving grace for pupils at independent schools, as schooling has been able to continue despite the COVID-19 lockdown.

The ISASA Executive Director, Lebogang Montjane, was interviewed by the Cape Times on the role that online learning has played to maintain education during this time of crisis.

He indicated that one of the advantages of remote learning was the ability to maintain a portfolio of work online in the cloud, where it can be accessed by the learner or teacher from any location.

The full article is available on the Press Reader website.