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The MES library was replenished with video tutorials in October this year, and the self-diagnostics section has been available since April 2019.
During distance learning, schoolchildren watched video tutorials more than 200 thousand times and tested their knowledge almost 130 thousand times with the help of self-diagnosis materials in “Moscow Electronic School” (“MES”).
“During the two-week school holidays from October 5 and distance learning, schoolchildren and their parents watched video lessons on all school subjects more than 200 thousand times and launched self-diagnostic work about 130 thousand times. These materials and exercises, posted in the Moscow Electronic School, help to study a new topic and check how well the passed material is mastered, “
Department of Education and Science.
The most popular were video tutorials on biology – they were watched more than 32 thousand times. Russian classes are in second place (23.6 thousand views). Video tutorials in mathematics and English have gained 16 thousand views.
The MES library was replenished with video tutorials in October this year. Now there are over 6.5 thousand of them. Video lessons were recorded by teachers of the capital schools and specialists of the city methodological center. Each lesson is an interactive explanation of a new topic, up to 12 minutes long, with graphics and music.
In the electronic diary or in the MES library you can also find test materials for all school subjects for students of the second – eleventh grades. Self-diagnostic tasks in mathematics for a month were completed more than 27.7 thousand times, in Russian – 22.5 thousand, in English – 11.3 thousand. Both children and parents can see the results of self-diagnosis immediately after completing the tasks. The number of attempts to complete tasks is not limited, so you can return to them. The exercises are similar to those usually done in class. Students are encouraged to fill out tables, move objects, and compare data.
The self-diagnostics section appeared in MES in April 2019. During this time, the test materials have been used more than two million times. In total, about 1800 works of four levels of difficulty are available to schoolchildren: starting, basic, profile and olympiad.
The Moscow Electronic School project was developed and launched by the Department of Information Technologies together with the Department of Education and Science in 2016. In 2018–2019, at the HundrED educational summit in Helsinki (Finland), the Moscow Electronic School was included in the list of 100 major educational projects in the world.
In Moscow, from October 19, schoolchildren of the first – fifth grades began full-time education, for students of the sixth – eleventh grades, lessons are held in a distance format.
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