Al-Marsad newspaper: The educational and educational consultant, Abdul Latif Al-Hammadi, said that primary school students will lack some skills in the future because of “distance” education.
In an interview with Al-Ekhbariya channel, he added that the most important skills that they will lack are reading and writing, which need to communicate and interact with the teacher.
Al Hammadi explained that parents have a major role in developing these skills for their children, to compensate the teacher, calling on the Ministry of Education to reconsider the issue of distance education in the primary stage.
He pointed out that in-person education is of great importance to students, pointing out that now there is a decline in the level of education in the primary stage, as it is unfortunately that the child’s attendant at home takes the tests.
He added that there is no doubt that attendance education is of great importance, with the need to implement precautions, to avoid infection with the Corona virus.