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Who’s confused? | Students, teachers up in arms over government’s ‘no face-to-face classes’ scenario

“It is the youth that has been victimized from this failed flexible learning. Yet, they are being called ‘confused’ for the struggles they have to contend with.” The post Who’s confused? | Students, teachers up in arms over government’s ‘no face-to-face classes’ scenario appeared first on Bulatlat......»»

Category: newsSource: bulatlat bulatlatMay 26th, 2021

7 senators urge pilot testing of limited in-person classes in low-risk areas

Citing the adverse effects of school closures on students, seven senators are calling on the government to hold pilot tests of limited face-to-face classes in low-risk areas......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 2nd, 2021

Makabayan bloc: Prioritize students and teachers for Covid-19 vaccines

House members from the Makabayan bloc urged fellow lawmakers to prioritize the vaccination of students and teachers against Covid-19 to ensure prompt and safe resumption of face-to-face classes. Reps. Sarah Elago (Kabataan); France Casto (ACT Teachers); Arlene Brosas (Gabriela); Carlos Zarate, Ferdinand Gaite and Eufemia Cullamat (Bayan Muna) filed House Resolution no. 1574 on Wednesday, […] The post Makabayan bloc: Prioritize students and teachers for Covid-19 vaccines appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 12th, 2021

Senator seeks more modules for students affected by typhoon

Sen. Sherwin Gatchalian has urged the Department of Education (DepEd) to produce more distance learning modules to help students who were affected by typhoon “Ulysses” cope with their studies despite the difficulty. (JANSEN ROMERO / MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO) Though the situation maybe complicated for some students, Gatchalian said it is imperative for the government to strive to provide for the needs of these students who were forced to leave their homes abruptly as their homes were inundated during the typhoon. “’Yung mga pamilyang lumikas ay naiwan at hindi napo nadala ‘yung mga modules na ito. Malaking problema po para sa pamilya dahil itong modules na ito ay naka disenyo para makapag-aral po ng sarili ang mga bata (Many families who were forced to evacuate were unable to bring these modules. It’s going to be a big problem for the families since these modules are designed to enable these students to study by themselves),” said Gatchalian in a “Laging Handa” public briefing. “Kaya nakikita ko dito, una, magbigay ulit tayo ng mas maraming modules pa at mag imprinta at siguraduhin na tuloy-tuloy ang pagdi-distribute ng mga modules na ito sa mga estudyante (That’s why I believe, first, we should print and distribute more modules, and make sure that we will consistently be distributing these materials to the students),” said the senator who chairs the Senate Committee on Basic Education, Arts, and Culture. Gatchalian also reiterated the need for local government units (LGUs) to study the feasibility of allowing face-to-face learning in “purok” workshops especially in areas where there are no reports of COVID-19 transmission. He said allowing limited face-to-face learning while practicing social distancing may help students cope with their studies. “Eto, mga maliliit na workshops sa mga purok-purok at pupunta ang mga guro dun para magturo sa limitadong bilang ng mga estudyante (Teachers would be allowed to go in these small workshops in a certain locality to teach a limited number of students),” he said. “Napakahirap po sa isang bata na turuan kung walang modules at ‘yung ibang mga magulang natin, inaatupag din ‘yung kanilang kaligtasan (it’s difficult to teach a student without any modules, while some parents are concerned over their safety),” he said. “Kaya mas mahalaga po na magkaroon muna ng interaskyon sa pagitan n gating mga estudyante at sa ating mga guro (That’s why it’s more important for our students and teachers to have interaction),” the lawmaker said......»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsNov 12th, 2020

Barangays to help ensure physical distancing in classrooms

The Department of Education will tap local government units, especially barangays to ensure that students will observe physical distancing measures if limited face-to-face classes will be allowed in areas with no cases of coronavirus disease 2019, a DepEd official said yesterday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 20th, 2020

Face-to-face classes: LGUs should decide, PBEd urges

If education advocates were to have their way, it should be the local government units that should  decide if in-person classes can resume in their areas......»»

Category: newsSource:  thestandardRelated NewsJul 5th, 2021

Panel to inquire on face-to-face class preparedness

The Senate committee on education is set to conduct an inquiry into the preparedness of the Department of Education , students, schools and other stakeholders to hold face-to-face classes in school year 2021-2022 as the Duterte administration slowly rolls out its COVID-19 vaccination program......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 13th, 2021

De Vera: Flexible learning is not distance learning

LAPU-LAPU CITY, Cebu—Commission on Higher Education (CHED) chairperson Dr. Prospero de Vera III clarified that he didn’t say it is impossible to return to the traditional face-to-face classes. Earlier, De Vera stated that flexible learning will now be the new normal in education to avoid the students from the risk of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 […] The post De Vera: Flexible learning is not distance learning appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 24th, 2021

Are PH schools ready for blended, face-to-face classes this 2021?

As the country continues its fight against COVID-19, the education sector now seeks to allow face-to-face classes as part of its blended learning approach to ensure that students' learning remains unhampered this year.  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 19th, 2021

DepEd-7 Survey: Learners, teachers, parents prefer face-to-face classes

CEBU CITY, Philippines – Face-to-face classes, albeit in a limited capacity, remain the most preferred method of learning here in Central Visayas. The Department of Education in Central Visayas (DepEd-7) disclosed that a recently conducted survey among learners, teachers, and parents showed most of them are still in favor of face-to-face classes. DepEd-7 director Dr. […] The post DepEd-7 Survey: Learners, teachers, parents prefer face-to-face classes appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 17th, 2021

EDITORIAL - Back to face-to-face classes?

From the start, education officials were aware of the challenges posed by blended learning to both students and educators......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsApr 28th, 2021

San Fernando gives green light to OLFU s limited face-to-face classes

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, Pampanga, Feb. 26 (PIA) -- The city government of San Fernando has allowed Our Lady of Fatima University (OLFU) to gradually resume with limited face-to-face classes amidst th.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsFeb 27th, 2021

Panelo opposes Briones proposal to allow face-to-face classes

Chief Presidential Legal Counsel Secretary Salvador Panelo on Sunday opposed Education Secretary Leonor Briones after she renewed her call to allow face-to-face classes. In his daily online program, “Counterpoint”, Panelo maintained that the government should continue the implementation of distant learning amid the continued threat of the coronavirus (Covid-19). “It is fine Secretary Liling [Briones], […] The post Panelo opposes Briones proposal to allow face-to-face classes appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsFeb 21st, 2021

Resuming face-to-face classes right choice — Locsin

Education Secretary Leonor Briones was right to reopen face-to-face classes as online learning has not addressed all the needs of students, Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. said yesterday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 15th, 2021

UNICEF backs face-to-face learning in low-risk areas

The United Nations Children’s Fund and Vice President Leni Robredo welcomed with precautionary reminders the government’s decision to resume limited face-to-face classes in low-risk areas in the country starting January 2021......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 21st, 2020

Lapu mayor favors limited face-to-face classes

LAPU-LAPU CITY, Philippines- Lapu-Lapu City Mayor “Junard “Ahong” Chan welcomed the suggestion of the national government to allow the holding of limited face-to-face classes next month. Earlier, President Rodrigo Duterte has given his approval for the implementation of limited face-to-face classes, after several sectors have urged the government to implement such. Chan said that he […] The post Lapu mayor favors limited face-to-face classes appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 16th, 2020

January 2021 resumption of face-to-face classes too early –Cortes

MANDAUE CITY, Philippines – The Mandaue City government believes January next year is too early to resume face-to-face classes. Mayor Jonas Cortes said that January is too early and is not safe for children especially with the anticipated surge of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases after the Holiday season. “It’s too early para nako, ang […] The post January 2021 resumption of face-to-face classes too early –Cortes appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 16th, 2020

Pilot run for in-person learning set on Jan. 11 with smaller class size, reduced hours

Government on Tuesday said the pilot run for resuming face-to-face classes will begin by January 11, which will take place in areas under modified general community quarantine and follow reduced schedules and limited class sizes......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 15th, 2020

Resumption of face-to-face classes eyed for medical schools

The chief implementer of the government's COVID-19 policy Wednesday expressed support for the conduct of face-to-face classes in medical schools, citing the need for more health workers in the fight against the pandemic......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 2nd, 2020

EDITORIAL - Face-to-face classes

Based on reports from the field, education officials themselves have reported the difficulties being encountered by students in blended learning......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 30th, 2020

Año opposes holding of face-to-face classes

DILG Secretary Eduardo Año (File photo) MANILA – Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Eduardo Año on Sunday opposed proposals to resume the holding of face-to-face classes in schools at this time, saying it might cause a spike in coronavirus disease (Covid-19) cases. This, after some lawmakers expressed the desire for the […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  balitaRelated NewsNov 30th, 2020