Tuesday, a document prepared by the National Center for Human Rights (NCHR), in cooperation and coordination with the project âNew consultative approach to support human rightsâ, implemented by the Center for the Defense of Freedom of Journalists (CDFJ), clarified that the distance Education experience in Jordan, which was imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, must be developed, which requires a lot of effort.
The document confirmed that the experience revealed a set of challenges that directly affected the right to education, represented by the difficulty of engaging a number of students in distance education due to the lack of packages of Internet or cellular data available, according to statements made by the Department of Education.
The Education Ministry said that despite registering 28 million views on its âDarsakâ platform, the lack of distance learning tools, weak internet lines and sudden interruptions were obstacles. major factors in the effectiveness of the distance learning experience.
The NCHR cautioned against the lack of attention to the needs of students with disabilities for distance learning, who do not receive daily education at the appropriate level to meet their needs.
These students need special tools and methods adapted to their disabilities and their mental, audio, visual, behavioral, autistic, language and speech disorders.
The document recommended providing students from all regions, especially remote areas, with distance learning tools and developing improved networks of internet lines, which leads to the development of education based on modern technology, as well as the inclusion of distance learning programs for people with disabilities of all kinds.