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DepEd to provide printed materials to learners with no gadgets

DepEd to provide printed materials to learners with no gadgets

DepEd to provide printed materials to learners with no gadgets. The Department of Education (DepEd) assured all parents that they will provide printed modules or learning materials to learners with no gadgets and internet access.

The Education Department made this assurance to address the concerns of parents who might be forced to buy new gadgets or devices such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones just to ensure that their children will be able to participate in the new modes of learning delivery to be implemented by schools when classes start on August 24.

“Even if there’s no gadget or Internet, we are preparing printed learning modules for the learners and we will find ways so these can be delivered to their respective homes,” DepEd Undersecretary and Spokesperson Atty. Nepomuceno Malaluan said during a recent televised press briefing.

According to DepEd printed materials which will be distributed to the homes of students or it can be also picked up by parents at the designated location. Printed modules refer to competency-specific materials that cover the key elements of a lesson, from motivation, instruction, to assessment.

Various alternative learning modalities will also be implemented for the School Year (SY) 2020-2021 as part of the Learning Continuity Plan (LCP) due to the COVID-19 crisis.

The agency said earlier that there will be no face-to-face classes until the safety of learners is assured. However, they will still provide learning opportunities to students without necessarily requiring them to go back to school. Read: Different Learning Modalities under Learning Continuity Plan

DepEd said that the teachers can distribute the modules at the start of the month. The department also urged the parents to guide the learners at home. “They can also consult with teachers via SMS,” DepEd explained. “During the week, parents will take note of which strategies worked and what support they still need for modular learning,” DepEd added.

Other blended and distance Learning Modalities to be offered by DepEd include online learning platforms, such as DepEd Commons, which is accessible to learners, teachers, and parents with internet connectivity; and TV and radio-based instruction which shall reach areas where connectivity and printed materials may not be available immediately.

Source: Manila Bulletin

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