Virtual Learning in 2020: A Complete guide standard

Virtual learning, also known as live online, instructor-led learning – has become an accepted component in the modern learning workplace blend. Online programs are more flexible than conventional residential university experience. But catchphrases like these make students think the online study is very easy and convenient, too. While the flexibility is real, know that going to school isn’t supposed to be easy, and it’s rarely convenient.

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Virtual Learning: How to Teach In A Time Of A Corona Virus Outbreak standard

COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we see and experience things about life. Before the pandemic, we could simply take a bus or drive(our children) to school and interact with classmates face-to-face. This is no longer possible at the moment. According to research by the World Economic Forum, over 1.2 billion children in 186 countries are out of the classroom. This is to show the extent to which we have been affected in the educational sector.

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How to Choose an E-Learning Platform Effectively And With Ease In 2020 standard

The purpose of a successful E-learning platform is that it creates a robust learning experience that feels like a classroom experience, offering the traditional classroom characteristics (like instructor-student interaction, Q&As, discussion, games, collaborative projects, quizzes, etc.) but either online or through a device (e.g. a laptop, desktop, tablet or mobile.) These important learning environments are achieved through a learning platform’s features and tools that create the level of interaction and engagement students need.

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How To Digitalize Your School in COVID-19 Era standard

A global pandemic always changes the way we carry out our responsibilities. It totally eliminates crowded learning causing schools to lockdown. As many schools in Nigeria have closed down, learning has become a little bit difficult. However, the effect is minimal as many schools now have digital programs. Digital programs ensure that tutors can teach their students - who are at different places - from their sitting room.

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Digitalization for Schools in Covid-19 era standard

Dear School Proprietors, Proprietresses, &  Executives, It's a great thing to make 'hay while the sun shines' As an IT consultant I have always advocated for the deployment of ICT tools in schools as a major step towards school improvement. ICT contrary to how alot of us see it (as a cost center) is a major value driver. With today's news, The Corona Virus is upon us. How prepared are our schools for all the possible fallouts?  Yesterday the Prime minister of Japan closed all schools to protect Japanese Children and Teachers while trying to curtail spread of the virus. If the Lagos State Govt takes similar step today.... How can we continue to engage our students while they are at home, ensuring ...

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Keeping our communities safe.. standard

How many vehicles have been stolen without a trace? How many people have lost their lives during a carjacking? How many families have been thrown into misery by the loss of a loved one through violent crime? How many people have been kidnapped? How many banks have been robbed? How much of these crimes have been successfully investigated and the perpetrators brought to justice? Research shows that over 70% of violent crime resulting in loss of life, involves a motor vehicle. Hence the critical factor for successful intelligence gathering and effective investigation is a database of vehicle license plate data collected on the go. Law enforcement agencies in some jurisdictions have for long, identified this critical success factor for conclusive crime investigations, and hence invested in ...

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Of missed Revenue Potential – The road traffic sector and its value to states. standard

As state governments continue to grapple with the consequences of reduced revenues’ accruable from the federal allocation, the need for innovation with internal revenue generation cannot be over emphasized. The current situation presents an opportunity for state governments and federal governments to look towards resuscitating dormant revenue sources bothering on ‘compliance’ as a veritable source of revenue, though most decision makers in government like to draw a line between the collection of fines from defaulters and revenue generation seeking to differentiate both and not wanting to acknowledge that fines paid by defaulters are indeed revenue to government. The fact however is that fines paid by citizens for non –compliance with certain laws and statues of the state is indeed revenue ...

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