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E-learning is the provision of education and training using digital resources. Although this method cannot be called new, its inclusion in various sectors has been accelerated due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For example, at the GEMS international school on Dubai hills, as in many others. Most students returned for their desks at the beginning of the new school year, but the lessons are held simultaneously remotely and in classes.
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MSTU rector: training of specialists in the field of materials science is impossible without a "digital"
The European Education Fund (EFO) monitored measures taken by educational institutions in response to the coronavirus pandemic in 29 partner countries. This analytical review revealed some patterns of social changes that are very likely to have a long-term impact on both the way and place of the educational process, and the ability of an entire generation to integrate into the labor market and successfully work for the benefit of society. The following five trends have been identified that play a key role in sustainable socio-economic development after the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Censorship or political neutrality: why the Tower introduces new restrictions
The State Duma in the first reading adopted a bill on the obligation of schools to form a sense of patriotism in children. The document was submitted to Parliament at the end of May by President Vladimir Putin.
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St. Petersburg Polytechnic will train builders to create projects using BIM technologies
More than 55% of students in Russian schools attend classes in person, and some more students study in a mixed format. This was announced on Thursday by First Deputy Minister of Education of the Russian Federation Dmitry Glushko in an interview with Russia-24.
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Schools will have to form a sense of patriotism in children
The Russian government will hold a regular meeting on Thursday, at which it will also discuss the allocation of subsidies for monthly cash payments for children aged three to seven years inclusive. The decision is required to ensure such payments in full, the Cabinet press service reports. At the meeting, it is also planned to consider the bill, according to which organizations providing sports training as the main goal will become educational, and participants in sports training will become students and teaching staff, respectively.
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Educational rating: Russia has lost ground
The specialists of the Rospotrebnadzor department in Moscow issued a decree to the Bauman Moscow State Technical University on the extension of distance learning for students of the four corps, which were previously closed due to the threat of the spread of coronavirus. This is reported on the website of the supervisory authority.
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schools
E-learning is the provision of education and training using digital resources. Although this method cannot be called new, its inclusion in various sectors has been accelerated due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For example, at the GEMS international school on Dubai hills, as in many others. Most students returned for their desks at the beginning of the new school year, but the lessons are held simultaneously remotely and in classes.
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MSTU rector: training of specialists in the field of materials science is impossible without a "digital"
The European Education Fund (EFO) monitored measures taken by educational institutions in response to the coronavirus pandemic in 29 partner countries. This analytical review revealed some patterns of social changes that are very likely to have a long-term impact on both the way and place of the educational process, and the ability of an entire generation to integrate into the labor market and successfully work for the benefit of society. The following five trends have been identified that play a key role in sustainable socio-economic development after the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Censorship or political neutrality: why the Tower introduces new restrictions
The State Duma in the first reading adopted a bill on the obligation of schools to form a sense of patriotism in children. The document was submitted to Parliament at the end of May by President Vladimir Putin.
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St. Petersburg Polytechnic will train builders to create projects using BIM technologies
More than 55% of students in Russian schools attend classes in person, and some more students study in a mixed format. This was announced on Thursday by First Deputy Minister of Education of the Russian Federation Dmitry Glushko in an interview with Russia-24.
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Schools will have to form a sense of patriotism in children
The Russian government will hold a regular meeting on Thursday, at which it will also discuss the allocation of subsidies for monthly cash payments for children aged three to seven years inclusive. The decision is required to ensure such payments in full, the Cabinet press service reports. At the meeting, it is also planned to consider the bill, according to which organizations providing sports training as the main goal will become educational, and participants in sports training will become students and teaching staff, respectively.
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Educational rating: Russia has lost ground
The specialists of the Rospotrebnadzor department in Moscow issued a decree to the Bauman Moscow State Technical University on the extension of distance learning for students of the four corps, which were previously closed due to the threat of the spread of coronavirus. This is reported on the website of the supervisory authority.
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The number of participants in school olympiads increased in Moscow by 35%
E-learning is the provision of education and training using digital resources. Although this method cannot be called new, its inclusion in various sectors has been accelerated due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For example, at the GEMS international school on Dubai hills, as in many others. Most students returned for their desks at the beginning of the new school year, but the lessons are held simultaneously remotely and in classes.
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E-learning: promising or frightening future of education
The European Education Fund (EFO) monitored measures taken by educational institutions in response to the coronavirus pandemic in 29 partner countries. This analytical review revealed some patterns of social changes that are very likely to have a long-term impact on both the way and place of the educational process, and the ability of an entire generation to integrate into the labor market and successfully work for the benefit of society. The following five trends have been identified that play a key role in sustainable socio-economic development after the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Bauman MSTU issued a regulation on the extension of distance learning
The State Duma in the first reading adopted a bill on the obligation of schools to form a sense of patriotism in children. The document was submitted to Parliament at the end of May by President Vladimir Putin.
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British universities may not have enough places for all applicants
More than 55% of students in Russian schools attend classes in person, and some more students study in a mixed format. This was announced on Thursday by First Deputy Minister of Education of the Russian Federation Dmitry Glushko in an interview with Russia-24.
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The head of the CCI proposed the creation of a fund for the accumulation of funds to pay for education
The Russian government will hold a regular meeting on Thursday, at which it will also discuss the allocation of subsidies for monthly cash payments for children aged three to seven years inclusive. The decision is required to ensure such payments in full, the Cabinet press service reports. At the meeting, it is also planned to consider the bill, according to which organizations providing sports training as the main goal will become educational, and participants in sports training will become students and teaching staff, respectively.
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In Belgium, more and more students study at home
The specialists of the Rospotrebnadzor department in Moscow issued a decree to the Bauman Moscow State Technical University on the extension of distance learning for students of the four corps, which were previously closed due to the threat of the spread of coronavirus. This is reported on the website of the supervisory authority.
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The second quarter will begin in the schools of Kabardino-Balkaria in full-time mode from November 9
E-learning is the provision of education and training using digital resources. Although this method cannot be called new, its inclusion in various sectors has been accelerated due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For example, at the GEMS international school on Dubai hills, as in many others. Most students returned for their desks at the beginning of the new school year, but the lessons are held simultaneously remotely and in classes.
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Teachers were given an “Algorithm” for complaints against extremist students
The European Education Fund (EFO) monitored measures taken by educational institutions in response to the coronavirus pandemic in 29 partner countries. This analytical review revealed some patterns of social changes that are very likely to have a long-term impact on both the way and place of the educational process, and the ability of an entire generation to integrate into the labor market and successfully work for the benefit of society. The following five trends have been identified that play a key role in sustainable socio-economic development after the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The head of Sirius believes that the law on the center will expand the possibilities of developing innovation
The State Duma in the first reading adopted a bill on the obligation of schools to form a sense of patriotism in children. The document was submitted to Parliament at the end of May by President Vladimir Putin.
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