Look in the Inbox – there is homework
In the Orenburg region there are villages where there is still no Internet access, and in some places, and mobile communications. It is home to four percent of the region’s residents. However, even in such extreme conditions, the teachers managed to organize the educational process – with the help of a landline phone and… regular mail.
In the Ministry of education gave advice to parents of students in “distance”
“the Teacher communicates with children a wired phone. If this is not possible, teachers are preparing for the children homework on paper, and then spread around the mailboxes, – said the head of the Department of education Novosergievskiy district Natalia Starodubtseva. – Another option – the so-called duty tables in schools. They are installed at the entrance, teachers leave there jobs for students. Parents take them, and then bring the completed work.”
a Real salvation for scholars in the small villages, which have not yet reached the Internet technology, steel teleology running on the ORT channel “planet”.
the Ministry of education explained that they did not plan to finish the school year early: we advise schools to make greater use of the online mode. “We will recommend in the first quarter of the new academic year to devote more time to repeat and closing the gaps in knowledge of children”, – said the Deputy Minister of education of the Orenburg region to Nina Gordeeva.
One is small
In the Altai region will not reduce the school year because of the pandemic.
On April 13, more 275,5 thousands of schoolchildren in the region translate into distance learning. However, not all Altai children have the opportunity to connect to online training sites and to obtain job on the Internet.
How now will learn children in remote villages? For example, in a Large Quiet, which many wrote “Rossiyskaya Gazeta”.
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“Distance is not necessarily online learning, – said the Minister of education and science of the Altai Krai Maxim Kostenko. – During a pandemic it is important that children are not in contact with other people outside the family. So for learning you can use any shapes that minimize these contacts. This can be independent work with textbooks and notebooks, which is then checked teacher.”
the Survey of families and schools in the Altai territory has shown that it is technically ready for remote learning. In small villages there is no Internet, and in some families – the simplest of gadgets. Therefore, in the regional Ministry of education and science has developed four basic forms of learning, so that even in one school and in one class the children will learn in different ways.
the First option – complete online, when a family has gadgets, the Internet, and teachers and students are able to work at the Federal and regional online platforms.
the Second option is all in addition to gadget the child. Then the school can pass the time on the computers or laptops in the family or to organise work in small groups in computer classes, observing the sanitary rules.
are the teachers to teach 16 million students remotely
a Third option – have gadgets, but no Internet: assignments will be transfer via flash drives and disks.
And fourth, when there is nothing. In this case, children are presented with tasks on paper, and then collect the notebooks to check. Can also be well advised to look to the experience of the Orenburg region.
“We will try to use all possible resources – e-journal in the “Networkom the city” to social networks and lessons for the regional TV channel, – has promised Maksim Kostenko. Teachers will lead their blogs in social networks. In the remote villages can be carried out face-to-face counselling in schools, of course, with observance of all sanitary norms”.
the Correspondent “RG” to find out how to move on the distant children from the village Most Quiet in Soloneshensky district. Recall that an elementary school here since September of last year does not work – no teacher. Therefore, the “Russian newspaper” connected to the search for the teacher for Quiet. To quarantine tychinski children were taken to the neighboring village of carp, where they studied in high school and a week who lived in the orphanage, who have relatives, but came home during the holidays. Now local students, too, must go to distant, but in a Large, Peaceful, no Internet, no cell phones, and landline phones is not many.
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“Once a week in the village will come a teacher from Karpovskiy school and given the job on a week – told correspondent “RG” the acting Chairman of the Committee on education Soloneshensky district Olga Golovina. – And in your next visit to take to check the notebook and advise guys passed their own topics”.
the Remote village of carp and the Great Quiet was not included in the number of settlements of the Altai region, where imposed isolation. Therefore, teachers can communicate with students, observing the principle of dissociation. “The teacher will advise the children take turns observing the distance. And disabled child, who had previously been homeschooled, tasks and advice will pass on the landline – he is good in the family. And then the parents will give the notebook to check,” explained Olha Golovin.
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