Smart Learning Improves Student Participation
This paper discusses smart learning improves student participation. The transmission of COVID-19 affects the lives of everyone in Malaysia. Many hope that life will return to normal. The objective of the study was to identify several ways of online learning for students especially stay at home due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Researchers use narrative literature studies to illustrate the current state of art and science in the field of research focused. Researcher used narrative literature reviews to build a scientific base of knowledge. Researcher gather all the key points in the discussion, and put it here by referring to the specific field where the paper is essentially based. The findings show that the parents certainly require their children to be able to resume school after closed since mid-March 2020 which affect the learning process of 4.9 million students nationwide. The Ministry of Education (MOE) learning activities are still running as usual with teachers advised to find the best method. These are students who strive to learn remotely online and use electronic equipment (e-learning). The reality is, the e-learning situation is very different from the daily school routine.
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