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Distance learning during the Covıd-19 outbreak, Turkey

par Hakan YANDIM
Langue: EN

In Turkey, Public Education Center's which are given courses and pieces of training for adults had a break because of COVID-19. I communicated with my students via WhatsApp group. I applied a questionnaire to them. According to the survey, I determined the time of my training with the Zoom program. I continued online training in groups at appropriate times for students. I also enrolled my students in my UDEMY courses. Students continued to learn on UDEMY at any time.

Students who were not available for the live classes I attended could not attend. UDEMY Training was more effective in this regard. The trainees watched the courses via UDEMY whenever they wanted. In this process, I followed up how long the trainees had been watching. Those with questions sent me a message via UDEMY.
I did the exams using Google forms. In addition, the students sent the application assignments I gave to me via e-mail.

Countries will have to work harder on distance education.

Distance education will gain importance not only for COVID but also for other reasons if schools must remain closed. Distance education and formal education should support each other.



We Continued Training with Distance Education During the Covid-19 Pandemic Process

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