What is the most popular free slot game?-Best practices to recover and continually learn as one

AS the basic education curriculum is mandated to gradually adopt in-person classes in public and private schools, the guidelines for School Year 2022-2023 opening of classes require three days of face-to-face interaction combined with distance learning.

The Department of Education (DepEd) has ordered that the blended learning will have either modular, online or radio-based instruction from Aug. 22 to Oct. 31, 2022 to the usual five-day in-person classes.

By Nov. 2, 2022, it is expected that all public and private schools shall have been transitioned to five days in-person classes.

After that, the implementation of purely distance learning or blended learning is no longer allowed except for those schools that are implementing the Alternative Delivery Modes (ADM).

Public schools catering to basic education from kindergarten to senior high school have proposed blended learning modality. Part of the recovery plan focuses on priority areas but not limited to instruction and assessment of learning outcomes, teachers' training needs, and learning materials support to meet the diversified needs of learners who are adjusting to the new normal of continuing their learning desires.

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Educators recommended best practices during the progressive piloting of limited face-to-face classes such as having limited furniture and equipment in the classroom like teachers' filing cabinet, and extra table aside from the usual learners' armchairs and one-direction rotation of fans.

The observance of minimum health protocols became the basis of the ongoing implementation of learning modality in the first quarter of the school year. Other provisions for the Learning Recovery and Continuity Plan or LRCP include learning remediation and intervention, socioeconomic functioning, mental health and well-being, and professional development of teachers.

Doable guidelines on the prevention of Covid-19 in the resumption of in-person classes cover mandatory wearing of face masks, observance of physical distancing, classroom doors and windows opened for ventilation and students, and teaching and non-teaching personnel strictly prohibited from eating together while facing one another.

Teachers hope that these best practices would spur learning and curb the spread of the virus.

Emelinda Abu is head teacher 5 at Isabela National High School, City of Ilagan, Isabela.

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