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Published 04.06.2020 15:35
In Bulgaria, schools will remain shut till September in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
This was announced in the beginning of May by Education Minister Krasimir Valchev. He also said that the school year should finish online. The only exceptions to the school closures will be for those sitting important exams in the 7th and 12th grades. Exams will be organised in a way…
Lockdown,
Published 23.05.2020 15:32
In Brazil, a collective launched a coloring book to entertain children from the outskirt during quarantine.
Despite the rules to prevent the advance of Covid-19, children continue to play on the street in the suburbs of São Paulo. Despite the rules to prevent the advance of Covid-19, children continue to play on the street in the outskirts of São Paulo. A collective of educators and illustrators…
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Published 20.05.2020 14:24
In Egypt the Government has cancelled exams for students because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Students will instead be assessed based on a project or research paper for each subject. This research or project will be based on what they learned before the country’s lockdown. Their final grade, which will determine whether they move on to the next year, will be made up of marks…
Lockdown,
Published 28.05.2020 18:18
In Russia, various edtech online platforms are supporting the country’s education system.
Online platforms such as Russian online school, Yandex.textbook, Teach.ru and Yaklass. They are available for teachers, pupils and parents during the pandemic. The Ministry of Education has compiled a list of recommended resources. Some IT companies such as Mail.ru and Yandex provide access to their platforms for online learning.
Lockdown,
Published 28.05.2020 14:18
In Austria, the Ministry of Education developed the content platform Eduthek that offers learning and exercise material.
The material is delivered by external providers and is aimed at kindergarten and pupils of all school levels to practise at home. In addition, publishers and providers from schoolbooks are offering some of their content free of charge. Since March, the public TV station ORF 1 has been offering a special…
Lockdown,
Published 13.05.2020 15:49
W Chile uruchomiono TV Educa Chile. To kanał telewizyjny, który będzie działał tak długo, jak potrwa pandemia.
Telewizja ma zapewnić dzieciom rozrywkę podczas izolacji społecznej dzięki programom edukacyjnym. Na przykład Cantando Aprendo a Hablar to program, który pomaga w nauce języka hiszpańskiego poprzez piosenki. TV Educa Chile to inicjatywa Krajowej Rady Telewizyjnej, Ministerstwa Edukacji i firmy Anatel.
Lockdown,
Published 09.05.2020 20:01
In Botswana, a teenage girl is organizing a series of talks to help parents and peers cope with the lockdown.
The talks are held every week live on Facebook and organized by 18 year old model and influencer, Sakshi Bhargava, under her Able Hearts charity in conjunction with Psychologist/ Psycho-social counsellor Mrs Tumi Sedimo. They look at what parents can do to help teenagers cope with the implications of the…
Lockdown,
Published 08.05.2020 18:56
In China’s Zhejiang province, a school asks students to wear 1-meter hats for social distancing.
The pupils were asked to wear the hats their first day back to school after 3 months in lockdown. Students also wear masks. A school official told local media their slogan is: “Wear a one-meter hat, keep a one-meter distance”.
Lockdown,
Published 08.05.2020 15:43
In South Africa, the government has announced that pupils will start to return to school in phases from the 6th of May to the 15th of July 2020.
Schools have been closed in South Africa since late March. To account for the time lost the government has also announced that there will be no June school exams. The time will be used for teaching. Grade 12s will write preparatory exams in September. The rest will write a reworked…
Lockdown,
Published 04.05.2020 19:23
Côte d’Ivoire government launches TV academy amid Covid-19.
“My school at home” is a project set up by the Ivorian government to provide schooling for students after the closure of classes following the Covid-19 pandemic. The programme currently focuses on pupils in 5th grade, 9th grade and 12th grade, but should soon be extended to all classes. Private…

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