The Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation plans from September 1, 2020 to December 31, 2022 to conduct an experiment on the introduction of a digital educational environment, including distance learning. The experiment can take place in 14 regions of the Russian Federation, including the Tyumen region and the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, the Russian newspaper noted.
As part of the experiment, the Ministry intends to re-equip schools in the pilot regions, provide high-speed Internet (from 100 Mb / s for the city and from 50 Mb / s for the village), equip them with computers, multimedia and appropriate software, create and test educational services with content, a system of digital video broadcasts and distance learning, electronic databases, the federal information system My School.
Among other things, the draft resolution includes the creation and modernization of structured cabling systems, local area networks, access control and management systems, as well as video surveillance, which constantly monitors the organization of the educational process.
It is planned that the experiment will take place not only in schools, but also in colleges, institutions of additional education. Today, the draft, published on June 26 on the portal of draft legal acts, is undergoing public discussion – it will end on July 10.
Recall that from April all schools and universities in Russia switched to distance education. In schools, lessons were taught through video conferencing programs, primarily through Zoom. Parents and teachers were not satisfied with this innovation, however, the Department of Education of the Tyumen region reported that, in general, teachers coped well with the load.
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