The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine jointly with ''Osvitoria'' presents the national e-platform for distance and blended learning ''All-Ukrainian Online School'' (AOS).
The platform AOS was created in 2020. Our primary goal is to provide free access to high quality education content for all Ukrainian communities, schools and teachers, volunteers, coordinators and Ukrainian students of Grades 5-11.
The All-Ukrainian School Online is a tool to encourage students to continue their link with the Ukrainian education system, to resume their studies using Ukrainian e-learning resources, to contact their schools and teachers if possible.
The platform offers 2200 video lessons, tests, and materials for self-learning for 18 main subjects as well as methodical recommendations for teachers on how to use lesson materials for blended and remote learning with a convenient set of functions. The progress and fulfillment of tasks can be tracked in a student and teacher’s personal account (virtual classroom).
Mobile Apps are available for all operating systems:
Ukrainian Language, Literature, Biology and Ecology, Geography, History, Mathematics, Algebra, Geometry, Art, Law, Science, Physics, Chemistry, English and other subjects are available 24/7 from any device and any location.
Moreover, “Osvitoria” with the support of UNICEF has developed Methodological materials on the organization of distance and blended learning on the basis of the All-Ukrainian Online School translated into English, French, German, Italian, Hungarian and Romanian. Polish, Spanish, Czech, Lithuanian, Latvian, Portuguese and Estonian versions will also be available soon.
Furthermore, we have launched a joint educational project ''Learning without borders''. It is a joint project of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy, Ukrainian TV channels PLUSPLUS, Pixel and regional channels of the Public Broadcaster, as well as online TV platforms MEGOGO, Kyivstar TV, 1+1 video, sweet.tv, volia.tv.
The project is being implemented on the basis of the All-Ukrainian online schedule – on initiative of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, within which students of 5-11 grades can join the video lessons posted on YouTube. Anyone can add new lessons from the schedule to their google calendar to receive notifications when the broadcast starts.
During martial law, distance schools provide free access to education. Our team has prepared a list of schools and organizations that can help children and families: