Schools in Poland are temporarily closed to prevent further spread of the coronavirus Sars-CoV-2.
“The system was never built for this situation,” says our principal. He is familiar with new forms of learning. He sees the situation as an opportunity to further advance the digitalisation of teaching. For many young teachers this is the future. “This will not stop if the schools reopen in July,” he believes. A lot of experience has just been gathered and a lot is being tried out. “There will be new solutions that we don’t even know about yet.”
There are already a number of multimedia offerings, including learning apps for smartphones, school offerings on television, math exercise pages or explanatory videos on the Internet, which have long been used to explain subjects such as chemistry or math to students.
Alternatively, our students can also have an immunity card issued in order to continue to enter the school grounds. We have ordered the necessary antibody tests for all students from an importer, they should arrive next week. As long as all students have been tested, we can continue with individual courses before the official start of the school.