Education amidst the pandemic
BY SUSAN L. CONLU, T-III – Jagnaya National High School Even though, if the situation had lightened, educational institutions should be more adaptive to the pandemic forces. Thus, new methods of teaching should be imposed along with new accessible platforms.(Contributed article) But not every student has access to computer that can be used to learn remotely. That’s where the problem lies. If the situation with coronavirus had yet to be resolved, normal schooling will be postponed again. AS the world struggles to combat the coronavirus pandemic, many organizations have been put at a standstill. Businesses were stopped, travel was restricted and education was discontinued. That leaves us thinking about the alternatives to education. In the advent of newer, more accessible technology, the first thing that would come to mind is using e-learning. Governments obviously need to find ways to handle students’ continuous learning in the midst of the pandemic. However, face-to-face interaction is extremely unlikely due to the rapid spread of the illness.