Her time has been spent wisely however, as she is seeing the Greek state broadcaster ERT’s new instructional TV programs for primary school kids.
The Greek government is expecting that this move will assist parents with the challenge of homeschooling. Now any kid with a tv can access their basic educational requirements.
With Greek language classes, natural sciences, math, history, and additional subjects to be published, it covers exactly what kids temporarily from college might need.
“With the collaboration of ERT, instructional television programs have started and they’ll be broadcast daily from 10 am. They are primarily designed for primary school kids,” Greek government spokesman Stelios Petsas clarified.
Secondary school students have started live distant learning and many senior high students are attending online courses with their teachers in preparation for college entrance examinations in May.
This has been performed for senior high school students, who have been prioritized because of forthcoming exams.
Lessons over the phone is yet an additional alternative being supplied, to ensure pupils without reliable access to the net do not fall behind.
There are more than 1.5 billion kids — or 87 percent of the planet’s student population — that our colleges have closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the UN’s schooling and culture service, UNESCO. It has established an International COVID-19 Instruction Coalition to improve efforts to keep children learning around the globe.