Highly Fragmented market with top 5 players holding only 6% of the total market share, driven by schools shifting from traditional blackboard approach to integrating smart technology into learning environments.
- Strategies by Ministry of Education to deliver the necessary education to malaysian students during the pandemic.
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MOE has taken the initiative to ensure the continuation of schooling via online education to overcome class disruptions. Fortunately, 90% of Malaysia’s households have access to the internet and smartphones.
The education ministry gave each school flexibility in deciding the appropriate class schedule, online class mechanism, checking students’ tasks and assignments, and the learning assessment method.
Astro Malaysia collaborated with MOE in broadcasting their education Television program named Tutor TV. In Malaysia, the rate of access to television was ~95% which was higher to the internet with 90%. Thus, having an educational television program became a way to support the disadvantaged group.
2. Not to forget the changes in delivery mode of education bought few shortcomings for the underprivileged
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Vulnerable groups students who did not have access to proper technology infrastructure such as gadgets with an internet connection, lost the learning opportunities which they could have previously at school.
The learning opportunities were threatened by students who were having unconducive home environment. Example- Lot of Noise or Lack of Proper Space at Home.
Online learning using a television program could only be accessed with connections to the private television cable. Thus, it was challenging for students who had no access to television and devices with an internet connection.
3. Private Education Players Like Sri KDU International & R.E.A.L Schools Intensify Hybrid Teaching and Learning- Male enrolments have always been higher in every level of education compared to female enrolments.
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Male Enrolments have always been higher in every level of education when compared to the Female enrolments since population of male exceeds that of female by 5.5% in Malaysia. Low Female Enrolments is mainly due to lack of girl’s security, financial crisis at home, lack of parents support and other backward socio-cultural practices prevalent in the society.
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R.E.A.L School has partnered with APPLE to introduce iPads into classrooms as a teaching and learning device. REAL Schools have undertaken the following steps to ensure effective implementation such as engaging with special consultants, preparation and training for teachers, establishing edtech coaching teams for our schools, parents’ workshop etc.