TaiwanICDF’s Response in ICT

Information and Communications Technology (ICT)

Using Remote Learning Tools to Overcome Social Distancing Barriers
Online Learning in Saint Lucia: Keeping You Company as You Learn at Home!
During the COVID-19 outbreak, the Ministry of Education of Saint Lucia announced that classes would be moved online in the third academic term. In order to assist Saint Lucian teachers transition from face-to-face to virtual instruction, TaiwanICDF and Sir Arthur Lewis Community College used online courses, observations, teacher trainings, and digital materials by the Project for ICT in Education in St. Lucia, to guide Saint Lucian teachers in designing their own digital materials and enhance the appeal of online lessons!

Pre-vet Courses in Belize Still On Track
Two youth overseas servicemen of Taiwan Technical Mission (TTM) in Belize, Chia-Kai Yeh and Jing-You Lai, cooperated with Galen University (GU), under the guidance of TTM technicians, to deliver online lectures on veterinary microbiology and parasitology and animal nutrition. They worked with GU’s faculty to develop needed distance learning materials and to familiarize staff with online tools. This approach to learning is a new experience and challenge for both lecturers and students.
Using Sweet Potatoes to Strengthen Food Security in St. Kitts and Nevis
The St. Kitts and Nevis Ministry of Agriculture is concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic, which has regulated the import and export of people and goods, and caused food security risks. After consulting Taiwan Technical Mission, the Ministry decided to use sweet potatoes as a target crop to strenghten food security. Taiwan Technical Mission provided farmers with quality seedlings, and produced instructional videos to guide farmers on planting sweet potatoes.

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  • Date:2020/6/10