e-learning

Experts weigh in on effectiveness of e-learning

Prince Dushimimana is 11-year old primary five student at Groupe Scolaire Gisozi in Gasabo District. Before schools were closed on March 16th, he had had a personal ambition to move from 11th position that he had got the previous term, upwards. Now that he no longer goes to school, he uses his...

Tuesday, April 7, 2020 - 11:01am

Activists vie for easy-to-use learning tools for vulnerable students

Activists have called on government, through the Ministry of Education, to put in place easy-to-use distance learning tools for vulnerable students with no access to internet and smart devices, such as smart phones and computers, so they can benefit during lockdown. E-learning tools that have so...

Wednesday, April 1, 2020 - 12:07am

COVID-19: A guide to e-learning resources amid lockdown

When Edna Mugunga first heard that there was a possibility of the initial two week suspension of schools being extended, she was worried about how she would keep up with academics. The 17-year-old and S6 six candidate at Lycée de Kigali tells Education that one week in, things are going...

Wednesday, March 25, 2020 - 12:23am

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