UNESCO’s assistant director-general for education and schooling on Tuesday commended Saudi Arabia for speedily exchanging over to web-based learning techniques in the wake of the Covid-19 sickness (Coronavirus) pandemic.
During a gathering with Saudi Education Minister Dr. Hamad bin Mohammed Al-Asheikh on the sidelines of the G20 education ministers gathering in Catania in Italy, Stefania Giannini said the Realm has made incredible progress in e-learning and distance training during the pandemic.
She applauded the quickness of the Saudi experts in exchanging over to internet learning without settling on the nature and quality of the education provided.
The UNESCO official said the Realm’s achievement in presenting distance learning in a brief time frame has pushed it’s anything but a position of authority in this field. Giannini said the Madarasti online learning stage presented by the Realm is among the main four worldwide models.
The completely intelligent and interactive platform model was created as a reaction to the Covid-19 pandemic, which shut down schools across the Realm.
It is planned so understudies can sign in and go to their exercises carefully, cooperate with their educators and keep tabs on their development.
The steps taken were in support of concentrating on the continuous flow of learning without any interception.
The progress made until now is very vital as Saudi Arabia is showing signs of rapid growth in the education sector and literacy rates.
It gives understudies virtual classes, schoolwork tasks, and conveyance apparatuses along with numerous class material shared by the teachers.
Study material is utilized related to the iEN YouTube channel and the iEN public instruction entrance.
School pioneers reliably screen the education interaction through Madrasati, get ready class plans, speak with missing understudies, and offer specialized help for other students and their parents.
The UNESCO official said the Realm’s accomplishment in presenting distance learning in a brief time frame has pushed its anything but an influential position in the education field