Online survey ng DepEd, ibinabahay-bahay sa Isabela– ACT
MAYROON umanong mga guro sa Isabela na inutusang magbahay-bahay para magpasagot ng online survey ng Department of Education.
Ito ang sinabi ng Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) Philippines na nagpapakita umano ng kalagayan ng mga estudyante sa mga probinsya kaya imposible na magtagumpay ang online learning sa ngayon.
“The irony seems to be lost on DepEd—their main means of assessing learners’ and teachers’ readiness for distance learning is an online survey only accessible to those with computers and internet connection or have access to such. So now, teachers, who themselves struggle with online work, are obliged to ensure that DepEd’s survey reaches those in rural and far-flung areas by going house-to-house. This may be a preview of what’s to come when school opens, another year of the government passing onto teachers its huge responsibilities to millions of Filipinos,” ani ACT Secretary General Raymond Basilio.
Ayon kay Basilio babalik sa tradisyonal na pagpapa-enroll ang mga mag-aaral dahil wala silang kakayanan na mag-enroll online.
At dahil pupunta sa eskuwelahan ang mga mag-aaral, mapipilitan ding pumunta roon ang mga guro kaya hindi magkakatotoo ang sinasabi ng DepEd na mag-virtual reporting ang mga guro sa enrollment na magsisimula sa Hunyo 1.
“If DepEd no physical reporting option on June 1 is sincere and isn’t mere lip service, they must provide teachers with laptops/computers, ensure access to internet, and establish an online platform that can accommodate millions of employees and enrollees at once. Likewise, the government should ensure the same for over 27 million learners nationwide, in keeping with its constitutional duty to ensure Filipinos’ right to accessible quality education.”
Sa Agosto 24 itinakda ng DepEd ang pagsisimula ng klase.
“The same can be expected come August, when the country is supposed to be largely under GCQ; for which DepEd’s LCP offers a blended learning option of face-to-face and modular. However, we reiterate that without systematic mass testing, these modes will be recipes for disaster.”
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