The government stands for the strong continuity of education despite of the challenging situation and that no learner must be left behind despite the world’s challenging situation amidst this COVID-19 pandemic. The education system thoroughly discusses innovative ways and means to ensure the learners schooling. As such, the department resort to remote learning and is now the new normal for the academic year.
With the strict compliance of social distancing children won’t be send to school physically but instead they’ll be at distance learning at the comfort of their homes sitting with their laptop, desktop and phone studying in online classes. Learners will have the the same assessments and other performance tasks to accomplish but the question is- “Will the learners cope with this new platform of learning? I wonder how would these be possible to learners. In school they hardly listen to teachers how much more if not in school.
Educators, students, parents and guardians approach this new pedagogy with different levels of concerns. Some are optimistic but more of the population are cynical. A lot of questions arise and numerous pros and cons linger in the minds of everyone.
The influence of effectiveness of this is a big concern. What if the server system fails to connect? What will be the intervention if the learner can’t comprehend with a particular topic?
The social aspect is an immediate need for each of the learner. Is discipline and morale of every learner will still be established?
It is undeniable that children are traditionally send to school in face-to-face not just because for merely grades and fulfillment of a course. Building of character education is the heart of education in order for the young generation to accomplish their goals in life. For the learners to be productive and law-abiding citizens world.