Wendy Bataller , Grade 1 Teacher at Alapan I Elementary School (A1ES), has been preparing materials for her printed modular delivery of lessons. She has designed learning plans aligned with the Department of Education's (DepEd) Most Essential Learning Competencies (MELCs).
Under the leadership of their new school principal, Divina Narvaez,
Teacher Bataller is one of the teachers in A1ES who is up for the challenge of DepEd in implementing different learning modalities as the government has not allowed conduct of face-to-face classes due to the threat of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). A1ES has conducted a survey among parents or learners of what modality they choose for this school year. Students could be under online or in modular form of learning. In modular form, it could be printed or digitized which will be delivered to homes.
Meanwhile, those who choose online will expect attending synchronous or asynchronous class. Any of these modalities is aligned on MELCs which according to DepEd's guidelines is part of the department's response to "develop resilient education systems, especially during emergencies and will enable DepEd to focus instruction on the most essential and indispensable competencies." The school, through the Brigada Eskwela, is looking for donations from the stakeholders of materials that teachers can use to teach such as bond paper, flash drive, alcohol or sanitizer and face masks. Classes begin on August 24. A1ES has gathered more or less3,500 enrollees which started in June.
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