“DepEd will provide the framework and guide for the implementation of the Learning Continuity Plan (LCP)”, this is based on the Facebook post of Usec. Annalyn Sevilla. Read the full post below:
“In times of emergencies (abnormal public health situation, calamities and disasters), education has to adopt a learning continuity plan (LCP) that will allow use of various alternative delivery modes including staggered and structured class scheduling, limited face to face interaction with mix of modular learning; and use of online platform OR home schooling. In these times, distance learning is the new normal.”
“There is no one-size-fits-all solution and instruction to this, but DepEd will provide the framework and guide on how to implement the LCP. The choice and contextualization of the learning delivery modality will actually depend on the local COVID situation and access to learning platforms in the school/division/region.”
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“Bottom line again is that “Education can still happen even during emergencies through DISTANCE learning”, and our teachers and parents are our frontliners in making this work. The DepEd’s LCP (details of which will be shared after the proposal is approved by IATF) shall also include capacity building and orientation for teachers and parents/guardians, in order to gradually shift to the new normal in education.”
“It is expected that challenges and birth pains will exist. It will not be an easy transition, but if we will work together as early as now, it is not impossible.”
“Parents/guardians will continue to work (maybe from home) while taking care of their own children, including provision and supervision of a routine and space for learning while at home. They have to provide support and assurance that things will be better for the students to continue productive; and parents need to continually explain and secure what normalcy for students will look like.”
“The true essence of BAYANIHAN will be seen and felt in the implementation of the LCP as the Government, community, educational institutions, teachers and parents shall work together to achieve an education that is more relevant and liberating. An educational system that produces learners who can greatly contribute to the development of the society and humanity, even in times of calamities and emergencies.”
Original Facebook Post:
Read more: DepEd News
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