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Ministry of Education: distance learning in Russia leads in the world

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Ministry of Education: distance learning in Russia leads in the world


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Russia's experience in organizing the educational proccesses against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic has become one of the most successful in the world. This was announced by the head of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation Sergey Kravtsov at a meeting with the ministers of twenty states, the Russian Education website reports. 

The topic of the meeting was the results of the educational process organized in different parts of the world in the context of the spread of COVID-19. As an example of the successful organization of distance learning, Russia and Singapore were cited.

According to Sergey Kravtsov, Russia has demonstrated an integrated approach to the problem. Help was provided to schoolchildren, teachers and parents. Low-income families received over 500,000 pieces of computer equipment. First of all, support was provided to families raising several children.

Foreign experts were interested in the experience of creating a unique multimedia platform in Russia, which has knows no equals in the world. It combined three formats: classic textbooks, e-learning and educational television projects. Experts plan to discuss this experience at the next conference, which is scheduled for July 8.

Russkiy Mir reported that a new online platform for continuing education was created in Russia. It combines the most interesting and modern theoretical and practical educational materials. Its main task is to make the educational process fun and effective.

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