In a state of emergency Armath switched to a distance learning model
Appreciating the health safety of students and teachers of Armath Engineering Laboratories, the Union of Advanced Technology Enterprises (UATE) and the Armath Project Coordination Group decided to use the distance learning model until April 16.
Since March 13, most of the Armath labs in Armenia (including Artsakh), as well as in Javakhk, began to conduct their lessons through distance learning. Instructors were provided with distance learning guidance. The goal is to ensure the safety of students and teachers and the continuity of the learning process.
“Distance learning in Armath has two important tasks. The first is to ensure the continuity of studies in a pandemic situation. The second important fact is that IT companies often work with tools of a remote type, and now our students are given the opportunity to get used to working with such tools at a young age,” mentioned Karen Vardanyan, CEO of UATE.
“At Armath, we teach the basics of programming, robotics, 3D modeling and printing, working on specific machines. In the case of distance learning, we focus on learning the basics of programming and modeling - everything that can be organized remotely. The manual provided to the teachers includes a list of applications and other necessary tools that can be used for training, including the official website of Armath. But each of the teachers was given the opportunity to choose the appropriate method of organizing the learning process,” added Avag Sayan, Responsible for the methodology of Armath.
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