From Full-Time Traditional Education to a Distant Form Due the Pandemic Caused by COVID-19


  • Maia Mantskava European University Author
  • Carlota Saldanha Institute of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine Author



distance education, full-time traditional education, emergency transition, pandemic, COVID-19, student’s sympathies, scientific skills


The article presents data on the prerequisites of different countries on the issue of distance education. In the article the percentage valuation of the distance form of education in relation to the full-time traditional form was shown before the pandemic caused by the new coronavirus and after. In connection with the COVID-19 pandemic, a change in these proportions occurred due to an increase in the partial part of distance learning against the background of a suspended full-time traditional education. In a number of countries, distance learning has become the only one, absorbing all other educational approaches and systems. This provided the education system with special signifi cance and attention from state structures and the government. The relevance of the work is caused by the fundamental nature of the issue of education, as such in general and specifi cally now, in a pandemic situation. Against the background of WHO recommendations on universal social distance and strict restrictions on mass events, which are an integral part of full-time traditional education, the urgency of the emergency transition from full-time traditional education to distance learning is especially great. The relevance of the issue is increasing due to the uncertainty caused by the expectation of the second wave of coronavirus, which is expected in October and coincides with the beginning of the fi rst semester of the 2020/2021 academic year.


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From Full-Time Traditional Education to a Distant Form Due the Pandemic Caused by COVID-19. (2024). Bmms, 1(1).