There are many resources you can find on the internet for days in jail due to the coronavirus (COVID-19).. Television has also joined the effort, thinking about learning resources so that children can reinforce these contents, in addition to school homework, at the telematic level.
Clan TV and LA 2 TVE
Since Monday, 2 TVE and Clan TV have been broadcasting primary and secondary classes to strengthen the learning of boys and girls as schools are closed due to the coronavirus. From March 23, 2020, La2 and Clan TV will start airing special programs for primary and secondary students with classes on different subjects, They are at home as educational institutions are closed.
Classes consist of 9 to 14 hours of math, social science, language or languages for students ages 6 to 16.. The programming is called “We Learn at Home” and is an initiative coordinated by the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training and RTVE.
Above all, it thinks for the most vulnerable group, those who do not have computers and those who cannot follow proper training on the Internet. In this sense, television is considered to be the best medium to reach the entire population and that is why it was established, TV classes at different times during the prison term.
Programming time and age
5 hours per day from Monday to Friday divided into time slots according to age, starting from the youngest to the oldest. At the same time that the contents are functional, we want to strengthen emotional skills to improve family coexistence and facilitate the educational process.
According to the Ministry of Education: “Each thematic module will cover physical activity, reading, solidarity values, emotional education or interest-inducing content, Among other purposes “.
The schedule is as follows (same for all age groups) :
- Monday: Mathematics
- Tuesday: Social Science
- Wednesday: Artistic Ed. or Physical Ed.
- Thursday: Language to Language
- Friday: Natural Sciences
Schedules, Channels and Age Range :
- 6 to 8 years: 9:00 to 10:00 on Clan TV
- 8 to 10 years: 10:00 to 11:00 on Clan TV
- 10 to 12 years: 11:00 to 12:00 on Clan TV
- 12 to 14 years: 12:00 to 13:00 on La 2 TVE
- 14 to 16 years: 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm on La 2 TVE
Leave no one behind
With this initiative we do not want to leave anyone behind and no student will miss out on the exceptional circumstances we are experiencing. It is important not to create too much anxiety in families and children. Something that is already causing blockages And it is essential to work and channel in the best way possible.
It is important to remind families that it is important for children to be well and calm Handle this situation in the best possible way. Parents should also exercise social responsibility and stay at home. Don’t pass your worries or fears on to your children, especially if you have financial losses.
Children should have their routines and enjoy the days of confinement with family. Protect them so that their emotional state is not affected and above all, let them live their daily lives as normally as possible. Everyone can return to our personal and work routines with our contribution!