Face to face education announcement from Minister Selçuk!
anticipated by millions of students came face to face with new releases on education in Turkey. Minister of National Education Ziya Selçuk made important statements regarding face-to-face education in the live broadcast program he was a guest. Minister Selçuk also announced the critical date when face-to-face training will begin. Here are the details ...
Minister of National Education Ziya Selçuk announced the news about face-to-face education that millions of students are eagerly waiting for, in a program she attended on CNN Türk.
FACE-TO-FACE EDUCATION EXPLANATION: THERE IS A DECISION TO OPEN SCHOOLS ON FEBRUARY 15
Selçuk asked the question about whether face-to-face training will begin on February 15 or not, "In the beginning, there was a lot of debate, but there is a serious expectation at the point of opening it. In principle, we attach great importance to the opening of the school. When we look at countries all over the world, how much has other countries kept open? Including countries with similar epidemic processes. How long did we keep it open? When we make a comparison, we actually went very controlled. We have already made a policy decision about opening schools on February 15. We also have past experiences of how this will be done, such as splitting two days into two days or gradually opening them at certain grade levels. , we have implemented and not implemented. " answered.
Stating that there are various scenarios regarding the opening of schools, Minister Selçuk stated that face-to-face education will begin gradually.
HOW WILL FACE-TO-FACE TRAINING BE?
The relevant decision is that if the attitude of the Scientific Committee in terms of the course of the epidemic is 'All classes can be opened at the same time', when we look at the world, we see that it is not yet possible for all classes to go to school every day full time. Then what other scenario did we have? There were two days and two days, there were grade levels. Certain classes at these grade levels, and when we look at the literature, we see that the risk is less at younger ages in the world. It is also related to other health factors. If he has other illnesses, chronic illnesses depend on him, but the picture we still see is; we had classes that never opened. These classes are about the 7th and 10th grades ... We actually keep them in our attention area primarily. We keep young ages in our attention. We keep especially the internships and practices of vocational high school students in attention. We also have children in the exam group, they want to work face to face with their teachers. Albeit for a short time. We have some scenarios about them. Depending on the course of the epidemic, depending on the meetings we will have with the Scientific Committee,