Bhubaneswar: The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE), Odisha has urged the principals of all Higher Secondary Schools in the State to facilitate online teaching to Class XI and XII students.
The DHSE directed the school heads to identify alternate methods for learning of the students during this crisis situation due to COVID-19.
In a letter to the principals, DHSE director Brundaban Behera said, “The studies of the students of Class-XI and XII may hamper as regular schooling process is disrupted due to COVID-19 pandemic. We have to explore alternate methods of learning, instead of chalk & talk method without breaking the rules and advisories suggested for the situation”.
“Instruct your subject faculties to make WhatsApp groups of their students and deliver their lessons through the app, followed by doubt clearing once in a fortnight,” the DHSE said.
The principals have also been urged to instruct their faculties to acquire and provide them to the students to get relevant topics in YouTube and smart online lectures of Byju’s Class, Khan Academy etc.
The directorate has directed the principals to instruct the faculties to keep records of their works and later verify the records and submit monthly report of the online classes to the directorate.