A new online portal, https://teleskola.mt, has been officially launched by Minister for Education and Employment Owen Bonnici. This portal includes over 1000 lessons and activities for students from early ages up till the end of secondary school.
The portal’s aim is to facilitate finding lessons from each scholastic year and each subject for students, parents and teachers. The process includes first finding the level, then the year, and finally choosing the subject, so that lessons will be suitable for everyone’s particular needs.
Dr Owen Bonnici said that, “From the first day of the temporary closure of schools, the ministry has made sure that online resources are provided to students and parents so that they can make use of them. Now, this provision of resources is being improved, both in terms of interactive facilities and also in terms of content available. As a result of this, teleskola.mt was created.”
The portal consists of suitable material for children still in kindergarten, as well as primary and secondary students, in all subjects. It is also possible to leave comments on a lesson in order to communicate with the teacher. One can find a wide array of resources in connection to the syllabus used by all schools; state schools, church schools and independent schools.
Minister Bonnici said that parents whose children suffer from dyslexia can also make use of this portal in order to communicate with experts, who can help them in their children’s learning processes. Teleskola.mt also has easy tools in order to facilitate communication between students, parents and educators.
Dr Owen Bonnici showed his appreciation to all the educators involved in the process, as it was only thanks to their help and dedication that this portal was planned and uploaded. This is the first time that, through such a portal, educational officers, heads of departments and teachers can share their resources with all students.
This portal will continue to be active, with frequent additions that can only be possible through the help of dedicated educators who have their students’ best interests at heart.