ÁSZ: Broader internet access improved digital education
The prevalence of broadband internet access has improved the conditions for digital education, but no significant strengthening of teachers' digital competence has taken place, according to an analysis by the State Audit Office (ÁSZ), writes novekedes.hu.
Several surveys have been conducted to assess the effectiveness of digital education, according to ÁSZ.
Measurements show that both teachers and parents have made their own digital tools and Internet access available for digital education to be effective.
As a result, about 95% of students participated in some form of digital education, while 5% of students dropped out, which is a serious risk factor for them.
Analysts concluded that while the transition to digital education has made it clear that teachers are digitally trained, the use of digital methods is not common practice, and the number of students prepared for digital education is low.
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