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Different Learning Delivery Options under the Learning Continuity Plan (LCP)

Different Learning Delivery Options under the Learning Continuity Plan (LPC)


According to DepEd, “The school year will open nationwide on August 24, but traditional face-to-face learning in the classroom won’t happen just yet.” Schools and community learning centers, under the guidance of DepEd Regional and Division offices, will be allowed to choose relevant and appropriate alternative learning delivery methods that best fit the context and/or health situation in their community. Here are the Different Learning Delivery Options under the Learning Continuity Plan (LCP).

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Learning Delivery Options under the Learning Continuity Plan

BLENDED LEARNING

Allows for a combination of face to face, online, and modular learning delivery.

Features:

  • limits face to face learning delivery
  • affords social distancing
  • decreases the volume of people outside the home at any given time

DISTANCE LEARNING

Is most viable for independent learners and learners supported by periodic supervision of parents or guardians

Delivered through:

  • online platforms
  • educational programs (TV and radio)
  • printed modules

HOMESCHOOLING

Provides learners with equal access to quality basic education at home to be facilitated by qualified parents, guardians, or tutors who have undergone relevant training. Policy is under review



Features:

  • Families can educate according to their personal faith, philiosophy, and values
  • Learning schedules and circumstances

APPRENTICESHIP

Provide Senior High School learners with opportunities for actual immersion in workplace situations under the supervision of a certified practitioner



Appropriate for:

Selected TVL specializations that require more onsite learning and application skills than academics


FACE-TO-FACE LEARNING

Is the traditional learning environment where the students and the teachers are both physically present in the classroom

Delivered through:

  • Opportunities for active engagement
  • Immediate feedback
  • Socio-emotional development of learners

Source: DepEd Philippines

Read more: DepEd News



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