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DepEd Apologized For Several Errors, Mistakes Seen In Modules

DEPED – The Department of Education (DepEd) recently apologized for the several errors and mistakes seen in their modules.

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The errors and mistakes in their modules were spotted by netizens, who then proceeded to post the discoveries on social media, according to a report from UNTV.

The department said that not all erroneous materials came from them as most of these materials have reportedly come from private institutions. They admitted, however. that they had been slack with their quality assurance protocols, adding that these errors, intended or not, slipped through and into their online class system.

Education undersecretary Diosdado San Antonio said that they are still perfecting the system, adding that they are yet to make their quality assurance mechanism fully operational.

He added that the department is still centrally certified self-learning modules (SLMs) with the aid of master teachers, supervisors, and specialists at the department’s Central Office.

Based on the report, DepEd said that the drafting of SLMs were initially delegated to the regional offices due to time constraints, with the directive that such modules must be sent back to the Central office for thorough testing and review before distribution.

The department appealed to curriculum experts to volunteer in correcting errors in the children’s lessons.

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