Imereti State Representative attended the distance learning process
Educational system is facing another new challenge. In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus, by the decision of the Coordinating Council under the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports of Georgia has been instructed to strengthen the distance learning methods. Teachers have responded to the new challenge with dignity, and students are given distance lessons every day. Manana Kapetivadze, a teacher living in Baghdati and a teacher who won the National Teacher's Award, introduced the new teaching methodology to Imereti State Representative Zviad Shalamberidze. She gives students assignments and lessons on a daily basis in a remote way. Programs tailored to the distance learning process provide the opportunity to prepare video lessons, record them, assign assignments, discuss topics in groups, and share work files. The program also includes the arrangement of virtual classrooms and the use of a digital board, where several people will be able to put together drawings, exchange ideas and work on assignments. In order to ensure the effectiveness of distance learning, a joint project of the Ministry of Education and the First Channel "TV School" has been launched on March 30, through which students are given TV lessons.