Nazik Harutyunyan, Director of YSU Center for Pedagogy and Education Development, and Anna Aleksanyan, Associate Professor of the Chair of Pedagogy, spoke about the results of one-month distance learning, efficiency and student involvement.
Summing up the results of the one-month distance learning in the state of emergency, the director of the center informed that the average participation of students during the whole month was 86-95%.
"Students had various technical problems at the beginning of the first week: problems of internet, technical problems, and being unfamiliar with online learning systems": she said.
The director of the center also said that the lecturers of the center chose "Skype", "Zoom.us", "MeetGoogle", "GoogleClassroom", "e-learning.ysu.am" systems for effective distance learning.
Anna Aleksanyan, Associate Professor of the Chair of Pedagogy, has a successful experience in such teaching. She said, that the e-learning.ysu.am system provides opportunities for a variety of tasks.
She also said that before the declaration of the state of emergency, 96 students of the Pedagogical and Educational Development Center were active users of the "e-learning.ysu.am" system and continue to use all the opportunities of that system.