COVID-19: Schools and Online Education

Not even schools were spared in the coronavirus pandemic. The classic form of teaching went out the window and moved from classrooms to homes. But schools did not have much experience with online teaching and had to hit the ground running. We have therefore prepared special advisory and a series of webcasts that help directors and teachers handle the new form of education – and parents keep their sanity.

Synchronous vs. asynchronous teaching: How to adjust methods for online education?

In relation to the form of its teaching, each subject has its specifics. Czech, Mathematics, Biology, History, English, Music… in each of these (and many more) lessons, the teacher needs to use a different teaching method to engage pupils and to effectively convey the necessary knowledge. However, the situation rapidly changed due to the quarantine and the need to transfer education into the online environment. What is the difference between synchronous (contact) and asynchronous (distance) teaching? And which tools can teachers use to transform the education process in the best way possible?

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Online education in the time of the coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic shut down schools overnight. It is still not clear how long the measures will last; there is also no single guide that would help schools with a quick transition to the new form of education. And yet, considering the current measures, this is vital. Which tools can directors and teachers use to ensure continuity of education and move lessons from classrooms to homes?

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Deloitte webcast recorded: Online education in the time of the coronavirus

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