Online lessons started for first to eighth children – Online lessons started for first to eighth children

Mowing. Online classes began Saturday in all state-approved, non-state schools from first through eighth grades in the district. The BSA inspired children with smartphone shortages in community schools to read on cell phones. Block Education Officers have established the necessary guidelines for online classes by holding virtual teacher meetings.
Approximately 1.56 lakh children are registered in 1,060 elementary schools and 442 upper elementary schools in the district. The schools are closed due to corona infection and lockdown in the district. Children and parents were concerned that classes began less than a month after the new lesson started. On Saturday, at the behest of the government, online classes from grades 1 to 8 began in state, assisted and accredited schools. The class-related WhatsApp group has been created. The teachers tried to motivate the children to study on their parents’ cell phones from children who did not have a smartphone.
Children have experienced inconvenience due to network and electricity problems in rural areas of Fatehpur, Ratanpura Block Area. Block Education Officers attended an online teacher meeting. Block Education Officer Kopaganj Ashok Gautam organized a virtual meeting of teachers. Teachers were instructed not to include prepackaged classroom materials in the WhatsApp group. Insert your own video from textbooks. Give the children homework and review and correct their shortcomings. Online courses are monitored, according to BSA Rajendra Prasad. If the review is disrupted, strict measures will be taken against those affected.

Mowing. Online classes began Saturday in all state-approved, non-state schools from first through eighth grades in the district. The BSA inspired children with smartphone shortages in community schools to read on cell phones. Block Education Officers have established the necessary guidelines for online classes by holding virtual teacher meetings.

Approximately 1.56 lakh children are registered in 1,060 elementary schools and 442 upper elementary schools in the district. The schools are closed due to corona infection and lockdown in the district. Children and parents were concerned that classes began less than a month after the new lesson started. On Saturday, online classes of grades 1 through 8 began in state, supported and accredited schools by government decree. The class-related WhatsApp group has been created. The teachers tried to motivate the children to study on their parents’ cell phones from children who did not have a smartphone.

Children have experienced inconvenience due to network and electricity problems in rural areas of Fatehpur, Ratanpura Block Area. Block Education Officers attended an online teacher meeting. Block Education Officer Kopaganj Ashok Gautam organized a virtual meeting of teachers. Teachers were instructed not to include prepackaged classroom materials in the WhatsApp group. Insert your own video from textbooks. Give the children homework and review and correct their shortcomings. Online courses are monitored, according to BSA Rajendra Prasad. If the review is disrupted, strict measures will be taken against those affected.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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