5 maggio 2020
On May 5, 2020, journalist Carlo Forte of "Italia Oggi" published the focus carried out by the S. Freud Private School of Milan in Computer Science, Tourism and Human Sciences addresses, regarding the results obtained in these first two months of distance education, implemented due to the epidemiological emergency for COVID-19, as provided by Decree Law 6/2020 "Urgent measures on containment and epidemiological management by Covid-19" of 02/23/2020 and subsequent updates.
Even at such a dramatic time as our world society is experiencing due to coronavirus, the S. Freud School of Milan has been there for all its students and families.
The Institute, together with all the teachers and staff, quickly reorganized all its teaching in a structured manner in order to ensure the "Right to Study" for its students and a continuity in the conduct of programs and educational activities.
Families and students of the Institute follow one another in expressing great recognition and satisfaction with all the work done, by the management and the teaching staff.
Following is an extract from the article.
Distance learning due to the Coronavirus emergency is working: students are learning lessons and teachers have found the right ways to interrelate. However, some critical issues remain including the initial difficulty in the new approach and a sense of bewilderment and sometimes fear if not anxiety among the gradually diminishing young people. This is what emerges in a focus of the Freud High School in Milan.
In particular, a monitoring to understand the effectiveness of the e-learning tools says that in about two months the results are "very encouraging": 97 percent of online classes have been taken by 650 students. 98 percent of the students are in touch with remote activities, 99 percent of the teachers are satisfied with the online activities conducted so far, as well as almost all of the families are satisfied with the tools and didactics used