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Published Mar 31, 2020

Su Dong  

Abstract

In the case of COVID-19 pneumonia, how to carry out “School’s Out, But Class’s On”, i.e. suspending classes without stopping learning, is not only a problem to be solved by schools, but also a problem that education administrative departments need to solve. During the epidemic, the Education Bureau of Jian’ou District in Nanjing actively responded to the government’s call to implement the “School’s Out, But Class’s On” policy. I will introduce the specific measures to implement “School’s Out, But Class’s On” in the Jianye District of Nanjing, Jiangsu Province of China.

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Keywords

COVID-19, School’s Out, But Class’s On, Jianye Cloud Classroom, Strategy, Region

References
Zhou, L., Wu, S., Zhou, M., Li, F. (2020) ‘School’s Out, But Class’ On’, The largest online education in the world today: taking china’s practical exploration during the COVID-19 epidemic prevention and control as an example. Best Evid Chin Edu, 4(2):501-519.

The Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China. (2020) Notice on the Work Arrangement of “School’s Out, But Class’s On” During the Extension Period of Elementary and Secondary Schools, 02-12-2020.
How to Cite
Dong, S. (2020). Practical Exploration of Using “Cloud Classroom” to Organize Online Learning: A Case Study of Jianye District, Nanjing during the COVID-19 Pneumonia. Science Insights Education Frontiers, 5(2), 553-556. https://doi.org/10.15354/sief.20.rp016
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