Teaching in short syllabus in secondary starts on Sunday
News Desk || risingbd.com
A 30-day short syllabus has been prepared for secondary level students. In light of the short syllabus, the teaching is set to start on Sunday (November 1).
The Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) has issued directives to promote students to next class on the basis of weekly assignments after teaching starts on the short syllabus.
According to sources concerned, directives were issued to be completed the short syllabus by December.
Earlier, the government decided not to hold annual examinations considering the health risks and safety of the students.
According to DSHE sources, homework and assignments have been scheduled to keep the students involved in their studies. Eight weeks will be available from the first week of November to December for creating curriculum and assessment tools.
Instructions are given in the short syllabus on what the student will be assessed in which week. Preparations for the second week should be taken after the assessment in the first week. Thus, the student assessment activities will end at the end of 8 weeks.
In this case, some issues have been asked to follow. These include the restructured syllabus should be completed from the first week of November to December. Following the proposed assessment guidelines, the student will be given one task per week on each subject. Each of the 8 proposed tasks has to be completed in 8 weeks. Teachers will evaluate students’ thematic work. The educational institution has to keep all the assessment information including ensuring the participation of every student in this activity.