Distance learning for students without internet access, DepEd promotes

Distance learning for students without internet access, DepEd promotes

Distance learning for students without internet access, DepEd promotes

In the news, Distance learning for students without internet access, DepEd promotes.

The Department of Education (DepEd) promotes distance learning for students without internet access.

It is also at the forefront of plans to implement an online learning platform at the class opening in August due to the COVID-19 threat.

According to DepEd Undersecretary for Curriculum and Instruction Diosdado San Antonio, students and teachers will not be required to attend school once the school opens on August 24.

He does not mean that the learning in the classroom does not end in the classroom.

Under distance learning, students will be given traditional printed self-learning modules from TV and radio broadcasts.

Meanwhile, the DepEd will not force parents to have their children enrolled in the coming school year if they still do not feel confident in the children’s safety.

But San Antonio emphasized that it is important that children continue to learn despite emergencies.

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