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Mon, 18 Nov 2019 16:29 - Updated Mon, 18 Nov 2019 16:29

MED studies implementation of distance learning

Luanda - The Ministry of Education (MED) is examining mechanisms for the implementation of itinerant distance learning, initially for teachers at undergraduate or postgraduate levels.

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Chocolate Brás, Head of Continuous and Distance Learning of the National Institute of Staff Training of MED

Photo: Osvaldo Pedro

This initiative arises because many teachers are prevented from continuing their studies due to the difficulty of moving from their work places.

This information was advanced on Monday, in Luanda, by the head of the department of continuous and distance training of the MED National Training Institute (INFQ), Chocolate Brás.

The official spoke at a press conference about the International Seminar on Distance Education, to be held from 21 to 22 November, which aims to analyze European and African experiences, as well as study mechanisms to implement in Angola according to their reality.

According to the official, the intention is to ensure that with this process of mobile distance education teachers, without leaving their workspaces, can continue their training at different levels of undergraduate or graduate, once it is necessary to ensure that while working you can have training, and that the results are reflected in your pedagogical practice.

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