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The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information continues to provide students and teachers with a wide range of opportunities to ensure teaching and learning in an effort to minimise the impact of the disruption of normal school activities as a result of COVID–19.            

As of Thursday, March 26, the Ministry has been partnering with One on One Educational Services Limited to provide students and teachers with access to a Learning Management System (LMS).

In a bulletin issued by the Ministry, it was noted that the LMS will provide live public classes; allow teachers to deliver classes privately, and provide learning content aligned with the National Standards Curriculum the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) and Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) syllabi.

Students at the primary and secondary levels – grades one to 13 – will be able to access live public classes from an available timetable on numerous subject areas.

The Ministry stated that it is also aware that not all students have access to platforms to engage with their teachers.  Therefore, a limited number of Zoom accounts will be available each day for one-hour teaching sessions for teachers who may wish to engage their students.   

Online live chat support will be available to users Mondays to Saturdays between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. 

To access the LMS, students should go to https://classroom.101lms.com, then select their class from the timetable, sign in or sign up if the student is new, then click on join class.  

For additional information on classroom, students should call 876-613-3750; send email to the help desk at support@1on1ts.com or visit https://1o1.1on1lms.com.

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