The Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs has been implementing since Monday 30/3/2020 its third pillar of distance education planning, Educational Television, aimed primarily at primary school students, in order to further enhance their contact with the learning environment and the educational process.
In the space of a few days, we have advanced Synchronous, Asynchronous and Educational Television, the three forms of distance learning that the educational potential now has at its disposal.
All high schools and high schools in the country are now covered through Modern (live) distance learning, and the integration of elementary schools will be completed this week. With regard to the Asynchronous and the use of the rich educational material of the Ministry, the number of users-pupils has exceeded 700,000 and their users-teachers 166,000, while educational tools such as Photodendro and E-Books have garnered over 3 million visits. .
Completing the set of actions regarding distance learning, starting tomorrow, Monday, 30/3/2020 and daily at 10am from the frequency of ERT2, elementary students will be able to attend e-learning courses.
The program of the first days of the TV school of ERT2 is as follows:
Monday, March 30, 10am
1. Repeat lesson in Class D, E 'and F' Class
Teacher: George Andrikos
2. History of Class II
Teacher: George Davos
3. Physics of the Order
Teacher: Ourania Gikopoulou
Tuesday, March 31, 10am
1. Mathematics, 3rd & 4th grade
Teacher: Mina Todori
2. Mathematics, 4th & 4th grade
Teacher: George Andrikos
3. Physics E & F class
Teacher: Kostas Chorianopoulos
'As the Minister stated, Niki Kerameos:
“In an emergency and with a suffocating time frame, we achieved what seemed impossible: we launched distance learning, incorporating new tools into the educational process and upgrading existing ones. We are undertaking, step by step, day by day an innovative venture for our country. Warmest congratulations are due to the leaders of this great effort, the teachers and education executives, but also to the students, students and students who have embraced this endeavor so warmly, and together they give flesh and bone to an extremely critical our country venture. Warm thanks also to ERT's management and staff for its crucial contribution to educational television. Distance learning cannot substitute for lifelong learning, but it keeps students, students and students in close contact with the educational process. The great test that we go through as a society, strengthens our will and fills us with the strength to stand up and be able to meet the challenges. We will do it together! “