Hong Kong students are learning from home as the coronavirus causes school closures. Photo: Anthony Wallace/AFP Hong Kong students are learning from home as the coronavirus causes school closures. Photo: Anthony Wallace/AFP
Hong Kong students are learning from home as the coronavirus causes school closures. Photo: Anthony Wallace/AFP
Anjali Hazari
Opinion

Opinion

Anjali Hazari

Schools closed over coronavirus use e-learning, video conferencing to continue lessons and counsel students

  • With schools in Hong Kong closed until March, many teachers have gone beyond sending out worksheets and use a range of online tools to keep students learning
  • Educators have used their experience of working through typhoons and recent anti-government protests to provide the best learning environment

Hong Kong students are learning from home as the coronavirus causes school closures. Photo: Anthony Wallace/AFP Hong Kong students are learning from home as the coronavirus causes school closures. Photo: Anthony Wallace/AFP
Hong Kong students are learning from home as the coronavirus causes school closures. Photo: Anthony Wallace/AFP
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Anjali Hazari

Anjali Hazari

Anjali Hazari is a retired international-school biology educator who has taught for three decades in Hong Kong. She continues to tutor and write extensively on education policy and practice.