The information provided by THTI is designed to support teachers and students in accessing tools and resources available from various sources to assist in online teaching and learning. Disclaimer: Please note that the resources provided here do not replace the Ministry of Education’s guidelines and requirements for teaching and learning.
Students Online Learning Resources
Online Student Learning Tools
How to use Google Classroom tutorial
Submitting assignments- Google Classroom
How to join a live video chat
Online Student Learning Resources
Teachers Online Learning Resources
Online Teaching Tools
Google Classroom Tutorial
How to Teach Online During a Pandemic Using Google Hangouts Meet
How to Combine Google Classroom and Meet for Remote Learning
How to use Zoom for remote and online teaching
Zoom vs. Google Meet For Teachers
Teaching online with Skype-Part
Teaching online with Skype-Part 2
Online Teaching Resources
10 Tips for Online Teaching
1st Day teaching English online
- Guide to Establishing an Online Teaching Program. Considerations and Recommendations for Colleges and Faculty
- How to Be a Better Online Teacher
- Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning
- Key Differences Between Online and Face-to-Face Teaching
- Teaching and Learning Online Communication, Community, and Assessment
- Ten Best Practices for Teaching Online Quick Guide for New Online faculty
Covid-19 Health & Safety Resources
COVID-19, previously called the Novel Coronavirus, is part of a family of viruses that includes the common cold, SARS and MERS.
Similar to the common cold, COVID-19 is spread from person to person when an infected carrier coughs or sneezes. Symptoms of COVID-19 include: Fever, Coughing, Sore Throat, and in some cases Acute diarrhoea.
Prevention is the most important action you can take to protect yourself and your family from getting COVID-19. The Ministry of Health urges the population to:
Wash your hands with soap and water: Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if water and soap are not available.
Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Dispose of tissue immediately after using. Cough and sneeze into the crook of your elbow if you do not have a tissue.
Avoid touching your face.
Practice social distancing (e.g. no kissing, hugging, or hand-shaking, avoid mass gatherings).
Stay home if you are ill. Avoid close contact with people who have flu-like symptoms.
Sanitize hard surfaces (e.g. table tops, hand rails, door knobs and trolleys) as often as possible.
Sanitize hands frequently with alcohol based sanitizer.
COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Please keep abreast of all updates.