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Digital learning for school students to start soon

Digital learning for school students to start soon

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May 10, 2020 - 12:30

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok): The Ministry of Educationinfo-icon (MoE) says online school lessons via radio, television and Internet will be inaugurated soon by President Ashraf Ghani.

As a result of the coronavirus outbreak, all schools and academic centres have been closed in Afghanistaninfo-icon for several months now.

On May 6, Ghani inaugurated an electronic-education management system. Nooria Nazhat Nejrabi, spokesperson for MoE, said school lessons via radio and TV would start soon.

She wrote on her Facebook page: “We bring school to you house.” An alternative curriculum will be published, using different methods (science subjects to be taught via TV and social sciences through radio).

In areas where digital facilities could not be accessed, lessons will be taught through limited gatherings in accordance with guidelines from the Ministry of Public Healthinfo-icon. It will be inaugurated by Ghani.

She announced the creation of an Internet page titled “Alternative Educational Services”.Link to the page is as follow:

http://maarif.af/

On this page, she explained, educational curricula in the form of videos, courses and classes, including the literacy section, have been prepared and relocated for use.

She said the students who missed TV-based lessons could watch the same on videos placed on the page.

Nazhat added: “Dear parents, if you have smartphones and computers at home, open this page for you children so that they can save the lessons for learning.”

sa/mud

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