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RE: Learning in the Pandemic

in Education3 months ago

This is a topic dear to my own heart as I've advocated for educational reforms since my younger days at the university. It is a gigantic challenge to educate the youth; more so because of the hurdles added by the pandemic situation. That said, the current leadership did what is possible under the circumstances, but it is limited by the individual situation of learners as well as the national and local budget allotted by the government. From my own experience, distance education has its quirks that might be more suited to some personalities than others, which is quite the same with face-to-face learning.

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From my own experience, distance education has its quirks that might be more suited to some personalities than others, which is quite the same with face-to-face learning.

Being exposed in both face-to-face and and distant learning myself, I agree that distant learning has its own quirk, and most suited for those at the higher education. Distant learning often prioritize self-directed learning. It may be well fit to the introverts like me, but an unknown territory for the extrovert who needs constant simulations.

That said, the current leadership did what is possible under the circumstances, but it is limited by the individual situation of learners as well as the national and local budget allotted by the government.

Our government put the best they can do to continue our people's education despite the constraint. I am thankful for that, but I don't know why other still complain. Sharing you some !PIZZA too.

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Thanks, @juecoree. People will always have different expectations. Maybe this is the reason for the constant complaining we see in the news and on social media. And for some, it might just be a habit to complain about anything they can think of, whether good or bad things happened to them. It's a different story if there is corruption involved, which I don't think the current secretary will do. Just my two cents. :)

It's a different story if there is corruption involved, which I don't think the current secretary will do.

I think she isn't doing corruption. I think the budget cut hurts the distant learning implementation.

That is true. The DepEd only got half of the budget they requested for 2021, which is sad. :(

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