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Published 27.06.2020 19:02
In Namibia the Ministry of Education has reduced the pass mark for promotion to the next grade.
The Ministry announced that the pass mark for promotion to the next grade has been lowered from 40% to 35% for students from Grades 1-9. This decision was taken to mitigate the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on learners during this academic year. The relaxation of the pass mark is…
Inclusion, Lockdown,
Published 26.06.2020 18:32
In Ecuador, a teacher goes by bicycle to the homes of students who do not have internet.
Professor Carolina Espinoza rides the streets of Playas, in the Guayas province, by bicycle, to teach each student who cannot study on the internet. She takes a blackboard, wears a mask, and keeps her distance from students to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
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Published 25.06.2020 08:48
In Tanzania the president has ordered that all schools should reopen.
President John Pombe Magufuli has ordered schools across the country to reopen on the 29th of June 2020. Schools were closed in March in a bid to stop the spread of Covid-19. The order to reopen comes after Magufuli declared the country to be “free of Covid-19.” The WHO has…
Lockdown,
Published 19.06.2020 13:42
In Chile, a psychopedagogy student has created an Instagram profile to help students.
Rocío Fernández Carrillo created “InstaEstudios” in January 2019 to share tips and advice for students of different levels and ages to learn to study. As the pandemic emerged, Fernández adapted the projec to help students study at home during the quarantine.
Lockdown,
Published 13.06.2020 09:00
In Brazil, a teacher uses holography to encourage students to study during quarantine.
Teacher Alberto Rodrigues, a resident of the city of Piraju, in the interior of São Paulo, made 200 pieces of holograms and distributed them to the parents of his students to assemble at home. The hologram allows you to view images in three dimensions with the interference of light. Thus,…
Lockdown,
Published 11.06.2020 13:48
In Argentina, a teacher uses a radio station to broadcast classes into an indigenous community.
Teacher Miriam Lera works at the bilingual intercultural primary school Claudia Vélez de Cano, located in Amaicha del Valle, a diaguita-calchaquí indigenous community in the province of Tucumán. Miriam created the program “Educando desde la radio” on community radio Los Amaichas so that 270 children could continue studying during quarantine…
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Published 10.06.2020 08:28
In Brazil, organizations had created a play guide for children up to 6 years old.
The Maria Cecília Souto Vidigal Foundation and the Itaú Social Foundation make the guide available for free on the internet. The tips are separated by age group and there are activities for babies who are still a few months old. In addition to suggestions for games, there are videos and…
Inclusion, Lockdown,
Published 09.06.2020 18:07
In Brazil, public schools are using radio stations to teach students during quarantine.
Schools are broadcasting their lessons to help students who do not have access to the internet at home or do not have a computer. In Maranhão, for example, students can listen to classes on Timbira radio, a public broadcaster in the northeastern state. Classes are also available in podcast format…
Lockdown,
Published 19.06.2020 05:15
In Poland, an educational project called Projektor helps students motivate one another and provide tips for studying at home more effectively.
It is a student volunteering project that started the #MontujemyWiedze campaign, translated as “We are building up knowledge.” Students recorded 28 short films that show how to realise and implement interesting ideas at home. Films target schoolchildren older than 6 years and last up to 10 minutes.
Lockdown,
Published 07.06.2020 14:57
In Peru, a clown records videos to entertain children during the quarantine.
Gonzalo Alexander Damián Rojas, known as the Bolita clown, has been out of work for more than 60 days due to the pandemic. However, it is recording children’s shows to make them happy. The target audience is residents of poorer areas. This clown is recording the videos using his cell…

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