DepEd Official Gives Advice To Students Regarding Attending Online Classes
DEPED – An official of the Department of Education aired a piece of advice for the students on their clothing during the online classes.
Instead of having it in June, the opening of the classes in elementary and secondary schools in the Philippines was moved to August this year. It is due to the COVID-19 pandemic that hit more than 200 nations and territories including PH.
In PH, there is now a total of 136,638 cases of coronavirus recorded. Out of the said number, the Department of Health (DOH) noted 2,294 deaths and 68,159 recoveries.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Department of Education prepared for a different type of teaching method for the students. Blended learning will be utilized.
This time, it is going to be a different experience for most students as they will be attending online classes instead of having it face-to-face. A gathering of people is prohibited amid the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
With regards to the clothing of the students during the online classes, a DepEd official aired a suggestion to prevent unwanted incidents like bullying.
Based on a report on GMA News, DepEd Region 7 Director Dr. Salustiano Jimenez advises students to wear their school uniform or an appropriate clothing during online classes.
Jimenez stressed that doing so may prevent cases wherein a student is bullied because of what he or she is wearing since it is going to be a classroom setting still. The Education official has the same piece of advice for the teachers.
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