The promises and pitfalls of blended learning in PH

It is undeniable that education was among the sectors changed so drastically by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Schools nationwide were forced to close when physical classes were considered too risky to hold as SARS Cov2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is transmitted mainly from human to human and whether vaccines would be available remained uncertain.

Confronted with this, the Department of Education (DepEd) turned to what is now known as blended learning for school year 2020-2021

The DepEd solution required schools to shift from conventional to “hybrid” learning, so called because it involved a mix of distant online learning and modules delivered to students’ doorsteps or picked…

Keep on reading: The promises and pitfalls of blended learning in PH

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