We are always proud to talk about the achievements of our projects, but this news shocked us all (in the most positive sense of the word). By 1 September, Gagauzia will connect all 49 schools in the territory to Studii.md distance learning platform. The decision was made by the General Directorate of Education of ATU Gagauzia after an online meeting with the project team.
The school year ended, and all schools began to sum up so as to see how well distance learning was organized, what difficulties schools had to face. The pandemic has shown that school education in Moldova needs to be modernized and it is necessary to start right away.
For this, the General Directorate of Education of Gagauzia decided to use the Studii.md platform. This does not mean that all schools in the autonomy will switch to remote learning. Teachers and students will use the functionalities of the platform to modernize the school education process. And if necessary, they will be able to combine the traditional form of education with e-learning.
The work is currently in full swing, and this means that more meetings and consultations await us along the way.
Educational videos from various educational projects in Moldova, including the Educatie Online project, are available for teachers and students on the Studii.md platform.
Educatie Online is a digital library created at the initiative of Chisinau City Hall. It contains video lessons and teaching materials for all school subjects for students in grades I-XII.
More than 150 teachers
More than a month has passed since the government of the Republic of Moldova decided to close schools for quarantine.
During this time, teachers and students were forced to switch to distance learning and do it as fast as possible. One of the projects that contributed to the management of distance learning in Moldova was the
During a briefing on April 15, Minister of Education Igor Sarov presented the activity report of the ministry during the quarantine period. The main points of the presentation were distance learning for schoolchildren, the purchase of equipment for teachers and pupils, and the cancellation of Easter holidays.
According to the Minister of Education, at present more