Canary public universities –University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Y University of La Laguna– They indicated this Thursday that after the telematic meeting between the Minister of Universities, Manuel Castells, and those responsible for the autonomous communities, and in accordance with what was addressed by Crue-Spanish Universities“It has become clear that it will not be possible to teach more face-to-face classes in the rest of the year, since the beginning of the evaluations is scheduled for the end of May.”
In a joint statement from the two rectors they detail that the pandemic that has caused the coronavirus “He does not advise a return to the classrooms, so that the Canarian academic centers will finish their course in the initial terms, as planned, but with distance teaching as they have been developing since mid-March. “
For him exam schedule of each university, as for the final degree projects or the internships, it will now be each one of the university institutions that dictates the corresponding instructions to carry out the evaluation process and the completion of the course, taking into account the current situation, according with the different centers and with the necessary collaboration and flexibility of the teachers and the students who are making a great effort to adapt to new circumstances.
In the absence of knowing the report that the minister has announced that he will publish this Thursday, the respective governing bodies of each university will be responsible for setting the general instructions for the evaluation model that each center must put into practice, taking into account its specificities and within its logical autonomy.