The project aims to pilot online education in 2 districts of Sindh ,Pakistan in 50 secondary schools. The project will train 500 male female
Tell us about your idea
The country is under lock down restricting the mobility of people and at the moment all the children are stuck at their homes. During such pandemic, it is necessary to initiate virtual education to allow students to continue their educational progress. However, students in public schools, do not have access to ICT equipment and infrastructure required for virtual learning. This means that the educational progress of children enrolled in public schools, who do not have any access to virtual education, is at risk. This creates educational inequities. Hence, this project will train 500 teachers of public schools on online or virtual schooling methodology who will further train 10000 teachers. The students of these public schools will be provided with online tools and will be trained one the same so that they have access to academic classes online and hence the schools resume online classes soon and the educational progress of the students continue in the public schools too.
Tell us a little bit about yourself and what inspired you to share this idea.
During the lockdown the private schools started the online education and my 10 years old son started and connected with learning but I found the students of public schools mostly living in remote rural areas while be excluded from this learning. Hence this create inequity in accessing the education in this pandemic. This feel encourage me to think about the ways and to find support system to resume remote education for the student of poor people living in remote rural areas.