“In the solutions proposed by the Education Institute, the involvement of children in education at the education institutions in “yellow” zones is considered acceptable”, said head of General and pre-school education department of the Ministry of Education Vafa Yagublu, APA reports.
He said the main issue is the general education: “The Education Institute proposes to distribute it by general education sub-levels: The learning skills at primary education sub-level haven’t been formed sufficiently. In general, it is proposed to join lessons in hybrid form for both regions i.e. “yellow” and “orange” zones. The theoretic part, i.e. the part that needs explanation may be arranged in virtual form, while the practical part may be arranged at school with participation of less number of pupils”.
He said it is planned that pupils will attend school 2-3 times per week for classes in necessary subjects: “It is planned that pupils of higher grades will attend school 1-2 times per week. We have prepared teaching plans at a working level regarding which subjects will be divided in virtual and practical lessons. This is yet in the discussion phase. These are undesired but yet possible solutions”.
V. Yagublu said it is also planned to hold theoretical parts of lessons in virtual mode and the parts of lessons requiring practical knowledge – at school in vocational education and special secondary education institutions. According to him, as for the higher education, it has been envisaged to bring to the forefront the virtual learning mode.