The questions asked in face-to-face training were answered!
The Ministry of National Education (MEB) has determined the procedures and principles for face-to-face education, which will be initiated gradually as of February 15. Accordingly, the middle school will start face-to-face education in the 8th grade, and all the lessons will continue to be taught through distance education in the 5th, 6th and 7th grades. One lesson will be 30 minutes, and breaks will be 10 minutes in face-to-face and distance education in primary, secondary and imam hatip secondary schools.
The letter sent to the provinces with the signature of the Minister of National Education Ziya Selçuk included information about face-to-face education in primary and secondary schools.
5 DAYS FACE-TO-FACE TRAINING
In this context, as of February 15, "all schools, villages and similar sparsely populated settlements, in line with the decisions to be taken by the provincial / district sanitation boards in cooperation with the provincial and district national education directorates, all primary and secondary schools and all independent kindergartens and There will be face-to-face education 5 days a week in special education kindergartens.
As of March 1, face-to-face training will be held 2 days a week in all public and private primary schools and in the kindergarten and special education classes of these primary schools, and face-to-face education will begin in all public and private secondary schools and the 8th grade of imam hatip secondary schools . In the 8th grade, face-to-face training days and the start and end times of education will be determined by the school administrations together with the teachers.
All lessons will continue to be taught through distance education in 5th, 6th and 7th grades of secondary school.
Special education schools and special education kindergartens and special education classes within other schools under the General Directorate of Special Education and Guidance Services will start to provide face-to-face training 5 days a week as of March 1. Science and Art Centers will start face-to-face education within their programs.
DISTANCE EDUCATION WILL CONTINUE
Students will be responsible for the entire curriculum. Lessons will continue to be taught through distance education in other hours outside of face-to-face training hours. Students in this situation will continue to receive distance education through EBA TV, EBA live lesson and external live lesson live lesson applications.
PARENTS WHO DO NOT WANT TO SEND THEIR CHILD TO SCHOOL FOR FACE-TO-FACE EDUCATION ...
Parents who do not want to send their children to school for face-to-face education will be able to apply in writing to the school principals. Students who do not attend face-to-face education will not be considered absent.
In face-to-face and distance education in primary, secondary and imam hatip secondary schools, one lesson will be 30 minutes, and breaks will be 10 minutes.