How much time children spend on “distance learning”?
More than 5 hours a day study 20% students from Russia and CIS countries. About a third engaged in 3 to 5 hours, more than a quarter spends on the books of 1-2 hours (for 34.5% and 27.9%, respectively). 12,7% are involved in less than 1 hour a day, fewer than 5% do not receive homework.
How to spend your free time? are the teachers to teach 16 million students remotely
More than half of schoolchildren in Russia and CIS countries and 53.1% – spend their free time in social networks; 49.7 per cent – play games; 47% of respondents watch movies and TV shows. The children also socialize with friends and pursue their Hobbies.
What’s interesting? Approximately the same activity choose in other countries, including the United States. Interesting fact: in Indonesia, like us, a little more than 31% of students said that they spend time with the family.
Where most of the fans of the books?
the Most reading countries were the United States and Russia and the CIS countries: a third of American students say they spend free time with a book; in our region, at 27.3%.
the Lessons of physical education is also important
42.5% of Americans do sports at home. In Brazil do exercises 37.4% of boys, and in Russia and the CIS, which is 21.4%.
As the guys take the isolation?
Students from Russia and the CIS, described his feelings as follows: 53.8 percent responded that they are bored; 14.2 percent feel isolated; about 9% selected “nervous”; 5.3 per cent feel insecure. Others shared detailed answers, which noted that the house is comfortable and happy, but much time is spent on the increased amount of homework and exam preparation.
are you Satisfied with students level online learning?
most of all happy (those who chose the option “excellent” and “NEPloho”, answering the question “How do you think online lectures organized by your school?”) in Brazil, 87.3% of students satisfied with the level of online education. In Russia and the CIS 73% positively assess the quality of online learning. The number of those who are dissatisfied with the “distance learning” in our region, the USA and Poland is comparable is at 9.4%, 11.5% and 11%, respectively.
Vice-Rector of the Ranepa: distance learning is not suitable for everyone
“We assume that of the students cautiously evaluate the level of online education due to technical problems: a lack of high speed Internet, low power computer the lack of programs, etc. are similar Problems in countries around the world. At the end of the pandemic so-called “digital divide” with a high probability will be diminished around the world, as high speed continuous connectivity and access to computers are viewed not as a luxury but as a necessity”, – said the managing Director of the online community “Knowledge” in Poland, Russia and Romania Michal Gwiazdowski.
What other difficulties experienced by the students?
the Guys used to learn without live interaction with the teacher. In all countries, the students said that now they don’t have the help of the teacher. In Russia and this option was chosen 47.8 percent; in Brazil and Poland – 66% and 57%, respectively.
a Quarter of schoolchildren in our region are also experiencing difficulties due to the fact that they do not have the ability to verify the correctness of the answer and the solution. Some lack of communication with classmates and the free time and skills of self-organization. The lack of jobs that guys do not feel: only 4.5% would like to have more “homework”.