DepEd: Distance learning for those who don’t have internet access.
The Department of Education (DepEd) is pushing distance learning as one of the lesson delivery options for those learners that don’t have internet access.
The education agency eyes the online learning platform as an alternative way to continue learning amid this pandemic. However, not all learners have gadgets and access to the internet.
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Under the distance learning, students will be receiving printed self-learning modules from TV and radio broadcasts.
Distance learning can be delivered through online platforms (if available), educational programs via TV/Radio, or via printed modules. Read more: Learning Delivery Options under the Learning Continuity Plan (LCP)
According to the Education Department, “The school year will open nationwide on August 24, but traditional face-to-face learning in the classroom won’t happen just yet.”
DepEd Undersecretary for Curriculum and Instruction Diosdado San Antonio also mentioned that, they are not requiring or forcing the teachers and learners to go to the school on August 24. He also explained that the learning must continue despite the heath emergency crisis.
Meanwhile, DepEd mentioned that they will not force the parents to enroll their children for the incoming school year if they are not yet sure about the safety of the learners.
The Education Department said that during the enrollment period (June 1-30), there will be a survey to all parents on the availability of gadgets, internet access, location, etc. Download: Learner Enrollment and Survey Form
DepEd: Distance learning for those who don’t have internet access – Updated: May 25, 2020
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