The second semester of the 2020-2021 academic year will start with distance education as of Monday, February 15, 2021, and face-to-face education will begin with diluted classroom practice in 01th grade as of Monday, March 2021, 12.
Participation in face-to-face education will be optional and the student will not be required to attend. The calendar of exams that cannot be held for the first semester at all grade levels of secondary education institutions will be planned not to exceed two weeks as of March 01, 2021, the necessary measures will be taken to ensure that the exams are implemented, and all the work and transactions related to the first semester will be processed by the e-school system until Friday, March 19, 2021. In order to reduce mobility between provinces, students who are not included in the scope of face-to-face education will be able to take exams in educational institutions of the same school type as the school where they study, including the TRNC, if they wish.
1. When does face-to-face education begin in secondary education institutions?
The second semester of the 2020-2021 academic year will start with distance education as of Monday, February 15, 2021, and face-to-face education will begin at the 01th grade as of Monday, March 2021, 12.
2. Will it be compulsory to attend face-to-face training?
Participation in education and training activities to be carried out with face-to-face education is optional and attendance is not required. However, for the students who will not participate in face-to-face education activities in order for the education institution to follow the attendance of the students and take the necessary measures and measures in this context, with a petition, the request by their parents that they do not want to send their students to the educational institution for face-to-face education for any reason within the scope of the Covid-19 outbreak. It will need to be forwarded to the directorate of the educational institution.
3. How many hours of lessons are planned to be given to the 12th grade in face-to-face education?
In the 12th grades, face-to-face lessons as of Monday, March 01, 2021, will be determined and planned by the directorates of the educational institution to be at least 16 and a maximum of 24 hours per week in accordance with the lessons and course hours in the weekly course schedules, taking into account the expectations and needs of students regarding central exams. .
4. Will skill training be continued at the enterprise in the second term?
The situation of those who continue skills training in enterprises as of the first term in vocational and technical secondary education institutions and those who want to continue in the second term will be evaluated and it will be ensured that they continue this training as of Monday, February 15, 2021.
5. Will school hostels be opened?
Students who need accommodation during the period of face-to-face education and training and assessment and evaluation practices, upon request, will be able to benefit from school hostels in accordance with the provisions of the relevant legislation as paid / free boarders, and exams will be planned in such a way that there is no intensity in the hostel in educational institutions with hostels. The accommodation demands of the students studying in vocational and technical secondary education institutions and fine arts and sports high schools will be met in the hostels of the schools where they are registered with the type of program they are enrolled in.
6. How are the lessons of the 12th grades that cannot be done face to face and the lessons of the other classes?
12th grade courses that are not planned face to face and the lessons of other classes will be conducted within the scope of distance education, students will be responsible for all subjects of the courses taught face to face and within the scope of distance education in measurement and evaluation practices.
7. When will special education schools at secondary education level be opened?
Distance education will also start on Monday, February 15, 2021, in special education schools and special education classes within other schools, which are affiliated to the General Directorate of Special Education and Guidance Services. As of Monday, March 01, 2021, face-to-face education will be started 5 (five) days a week in all special education schools and all special education classes at the mentioned secondary education level.
8. Will there be exams for the courses that cannot be examined in the first term?
The exams that cannot be held for the first term at all grade levels of secondary education institutions will be determined and planned by the establishment of the heads of the educational institutions, not exceeding two weeks, and will be held face-to-face in schools in accordance with the Covid-01 outbreak measures.
9. Will the exams cover the entire first semester?
The scope of the exams that cannot be held in the first semester will be limited to the subjects covered until 01 November 2020.
10. Will there be an exam also for students who have failed courses from the previous semesters and who passed responsible?
Responsibility exams will be planned by the educational institution directorates to be completed between 01-31 March 2021; Those who score 50 or more in the exams will be considered successful. Students who are responsible from the preparatory classes to the upper class and students who have to declare their diplomas to the universities they have won will be able to take the responsibility exams.
11. How will the students who reside in a place other than the one where the educational institution they are attending take the exams? Wouldn't travel pose a risk in terms of epidemics?
In order to reduce mobility between provinces, students who are not included in the scope of face-to-face education can take exams in educational institutions of the same school type with the school they are studying in, including the TRNC, if they wish, and in public and private schools that implement the same program in the absence of the same type of school.
Vocational and technical secondary education institutions and fine arts and sports high schools will be able to take the exams provided that they have the same school / program type / field / branch with the school in which the student is registered in provinces / districts close to the student's residential areas.
12. How will term scores for the 2020-2021 academic year be calculated?
The scores for the second term of the 2020-2021 academic year, regardless of the number of hours per week, are; Each course will be determined by the performance score for the exam, performance study and participation in the lesson, and the performance homework scores.
13. Will there be an exam in the second term?
The first exams for the second term of the 2020-2021 academic year will be planned to be completed by April 16, 2021, and the exams will be applied face-to-face by the directorates of the educational institution.
14. Do you have a plan for students who cannot take the exams for any reason?
Students who cannot participate in the exams for any reason and whose excuses are deemed appropriate by the school administration will be taken to the exam on the date determined by the field teacher.
15. How will students with chronic illnesses in themselves or their family members take the exams?
Students with chronic illnesses in themselves or in their family members will take the exam at an appropriate time in the school and in an isolated environment.