Briones to damaged modules: 'Plantsahin at ibilad!' - GazeFeed

Courtesy: CNN Philippines / Briones, DepEd Secretary

Briones to damaged modules: 'Plantsahin at ibilad!' - GazeFeed

 Department of Education Secretary Leonor Briones urged the heads of schools affected by Super Typhoon Rolly to take the initiative in repairing the damaged modules. It can be rolled or ironed.

According to Briones, schools should take the initiative to work on the modified modules. Most of the affected areas are in Bicol and Southern Luzon.

"We encourage the intiaitive of schools so that they can find, they will develop solutions to challenges," said Briones

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"Maybe the superintendent will not write, 'Our module is wet.' They will find a way. "Maybe they can, the others are ironed out," he added.

Many modules, used in the implementation of distance learning, have been implemented in Bicol and provinces such as Marinduque and Batangas.

According to DepEd Undersecretary Diosdado San Antonio, there are still "buffer" modules that can be used by students in areas affected by the typhoon.

"They will also be given the opportunity to learn using the self-learning resources used by their classmates, which is continuous learning," said San Antonio.

The non-government organization Educo Philippines recently expressed concern over the impact of typhoon Rolly on students, especially in the Bicol region which was severely devastated by the typhoon.

Super Typhoon Rolly left a lot of damage. This is the strongest storm in the world this year.

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