All kinds of educational holidays have been announced until April 23 due to the Coronavirus. If the situation worsens, the holiday deadline can be extended. With that in mind, it was decided to arrange e-teaching (video lessons) in all government primary schools in the country. The information was reported to the Ministry of Primary and Collective Education on Friday (2 March). The AUTI project will be supported in this work.
Akram Al-Hussein said that if the education system is closed for a long time, students’ studies will be suspended. To address this shortage of students, primary education officers in the department and primary education officers in the district were instructed to take lessons through a video conference. The key teachers have been notified by Thana Education Officer, Group Chair and Upazila Education Assistant. Our parents are with our parents. He said the teachers would help arrange lessons for the holidays.
General Director of the Primary Education Department. Fasihullah says, “We are getting ready. It’s not like I’m getting ready for 5 or 20 days, but it’s taking too long. We’ve provided a list of teachers. How many hours is set to read the matter? However, the teachers who record the video for the class are not able to come out Now after today’s meeting, I can explain. If this situation is a coronavirus, it will help us in the future even if the vacation is not extended. We will give these lessons free lessons in teacher’s toilets, where students can take-home lessons.
This was stated by the Minister of Education through a video conference held by the Ministry of Primary and General Education last Tuesday (27 March). Akram al-Hussein and other senior officials have directed regional education officials and primary education officers in the region. It was reported at the meeting that there were 5 crore students in 1,222 government primary schools in the country. The student’s parents will be informed that the curriculum was available to the student’s parents on mobile. The principal will inform students about a short curriculum through virtual mothers. The video conference indicated the need to help mothers try to tackle the educational deficit.