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Educators from different countries discuss distance learning techniques

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Educators from different countries discuss distance learning techniques


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The International Pedagogical Conference "Training for the Digital Economy" began to work in online and offline formats. Live meetings are held in Russia, Spain, Israel and the CIS countries. Participants from all over the world can join the discussion of distance learning and effective digital methods in education online, RIA Novosti reports.

The conference is being held for the second time and may become traditional. It is noted that the goals of the online meeting will be to acquaint Russian-speaking teachers from different countries with the best practices of distance learning and to unite the international pedagogical community around interesting and important topics.

At the International Education Club, which was the organizer of the conference, they said that during the main session, teachers from 8 countries will discuss the issues of effective interaction between family and school in a situation of online education.

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