More than a thousand twelfth-grade students from the 18 pre-university schools in this province will receive, starting on March 17, the programs broadcast each year on national television, as part of the preparation for the Higher Education entrance exams.
Las Tunas, Cuba.- The official website of Cuban Television informs that the TV lessons will be broadcasted on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays between 8:00 and 9:30 in the morning on the Educative Channel and will be a set of 24 lessons for each subject.
It also explains that the project is a collaboration between the Cuban Institute of Radio and Television (ICRT in Spanish) and the Ministry of Education (Mined in Spanish); and the latter, due to the importance of the process, will upload the videos every week to its YouTube and Facebook channels, so that the contents can be systematized.
Similarly, Mined executives announced that there are other computer products developed by the Audiovisual Media Company (Cinesoft in Spanish), also belonging to that ministry. Another new feature of the current calendar is the Virtual Reviewer platform, which can be accessed from the Cubaeduca portal, for an entry fee of 25.00 pesos in national currency. The option allows for the consultation of doubts and the request of exercises, whose answers will be in charge of specialists, by e-mail.
In the present course, the entrance exams in the first call will be held on May 5, 8 and 12, according to a press conference held by Máykel Ortiz Carmona, National Director of Pre-University Education.
From March 23rd to April 5th, authorities from this Ministry will tour the country's pre-university institutions, with the purpose of exchanging with the directors, teachers and the presidents of the provincial commissions, in order to develop concrete actions that will allow for superior results.