This spring, students and teachers, along with parents were difficult, but interesting challenge. To prevent the spread of coronavirus infection, with 21 of March in Moscow schools canceled classes full-time. The educational process has moved online. Teachers conducted classes remotely, using a variety of video services.
may 15, the students were exposed to the annual evaluation. However, the children visit them at will, repeat the material covered and get acquainted with the program for next year. And students are ready to pass the Unified state examination (use), which the Ministry of education of the Russian Federation postponed to a later date.
Teachers and graduates told mos.ru how is distance learning, how is the preparation for the exam, what problems arise and what should be left of these two unusual months in their life.
the Transition to remote learning for many schools was a challenge. To organize the educational process at home helped digital technologies that have already been implemented in the Metropolitan education. Students and teachers are actively using, where are the scenarios of the lessons and there is an electronic diary.
the music Teacher and teacher-organizer Sergey Goltsov said that when it became known about the abolition of full-time studies in the school named after F. M. Dostoevsky immediately convened a meeting. Teachers talked about all the services and tools that help to conduct lessons remotely.
in addition, the Department of education and science regularly published recommendations about which applications to use and how to avoid mistakes in the work.
Teachers got used to the new format lessons in different ways. But almost all immediately adapted and joined in the work.
To conduct remote lessons each school chose its program.
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Students in contrast to teachers it is easier to get used to distance learning. But all children are different, someone comfortable to work from home, and someone who requires constant live communication. The student of 11th class of school № 1570 Anton Filippov said that at first he this format seemed strange. He noted that for him the main disadvantage of distance learning is that the student feels the teacher. But at the same time he added that he knows a lot of guys who are comfortable to work from home and to talk with teachers on video.
Teacher of Russian language and literature educational center “proton” Svetlana Zhukov looks at it from a professional point of view.
About the advantages of the remote format for students said and Raisa Lashkarava. According to her, distance learning makes guys WHon to further help them in high school. Thus, students learn to plan your time and workload.
the Schoolgirl of the 9th class of an educational institution “School in Kapotnya” Daria Pavlova told what to do at home she likes, though at first it seemed that learning so it will be more difficult. However, Daria said that, on remote, to the level of knowledge has not decreased. Girl would rather engage in school to have more interaction with people.
agrees With her and Anastasia Gorbatenko, student of the 11th class of the school named after F. M. Dostoevsky: “In school you can chat with the guys to socialize. I think that remote mode will not be included in the system of classical education”.
Graduates preparing to pass the exam. Exam preparation is also conducted remotely. Teacher lessons: lessons are conducted in groups and individually in the form of consultations.
To prepare the materials are used “electronic Moscow school”, the “My achievements” and other Internet resources.
for Example, Svetlana Zhukova uses to prepare their students for the exam a site of Federal Institute of pedagogical measurements. There. According to her, this is a great opportunity for independent work.
Svetlana Zhukov also noted that many of the resources that were previously paid, time, distance learning has opened up access to their materials.
a Graduate of Anton Filippov said that intensive preparations for the exams passed, it was conducted both on lessons and on additional consultations and will be continued further. There was a clear schedule for each day, which included advice on the exam. For everyone every week additional classes: they dismantled the task work in groups, organize a brainstorming session.
“If you really carefully wrote everything down, worked in groups and always tried to be at the heart of the lesson, I think, distance learning does not hurt to pass the exam”, — said Anton.
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Despite the abolition of the OGE guys continue to practice and prepare for the enrollment in specialized classes. Entrance test for those students who want to study in the it, medical, engineering, academic and military classes.
Daria Pavlov, a student of 9th class of an educational institution “School in Kapotnya” continues to attend classes.
Each school decides how to build the schedule. Many schools have survived all the lessons, but has changed the format of training, such as regular charging have replaced physical education classes and visits to museums, exhibitions and concerts became the alternativesOh the lessons of art and music.
the music Teacher said that during isolation, the students and teachers recorded videos, held videomarathon. And in these events with great interest involved parents. Joint work of students and teachers can be evaluated on the YouTube channel “Dostoevsky TV.”
because Of the restrictive measures, the children could not visit museums and go to workshops. But thanks to virtual tours and master classes all cultural events could be held remotely. For example, in may, the popular virtual Museum of glavarkhiv and igsc “My documents” “Moscow — caring history”, which contains unique materials of Muscovites on military time.
Visit of Catherine II and of Marina Tsvetaeva: new tour on the portal “Learn Moscow” Where Tsiolkovsky lived and founded the production patrons Morozov: online lectures on cities of Russia.
Two months of distance learning will leave its mark in the lives of both teachers and students. Despite all the difficulties, the city schools coped with this challenge. Students, not being able to communicate with each other live, found time between lessons to discuss the latest news, laugh and even play “Mafia”.
Often the process connected parents who were at home during class. Sergey Goltsov says that adults often walked past the camera, waved, said hi, could sing together with the child.
the Eleventh-grader Anton Filippov has no regrets about the past tense: “It was great. It’s two whole months of my life, and they were very fun and interesting in any case.”
in Front of the schoolchildren’s summer vacation. When the epidemiological situation is normal, the students will return to school, and freshmen will be in their first pair.