Sen. Tolentino Bats for Online Learning, Distance Education Office under CHED

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Sen. Tolentino Bats for Online Learning, Distance Education Office under CHED


By Vanne Elaine Terrazola

Senator Francis Tolentino is pushing the creation of an online learning and distance education office under the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to lead the implementation of alternative modes of education amid national emergencies, calamities and public health crises.

The administration senator recently filed the Senate Bill No. 1459 due to the "continuing" rise in COVID-19 infections in the country, which also affected education systems worldwide."

While mentioning in his bill the efforts of higher educational institutions to cope with the pandemic by offering online classes, Tolentino said "this yielded little success as many students still lack access to technology and connectivity tools".

He added that most public and private educational institutions are still "not remote learning-ready", despite the passage of the Republic Act No. 10650, or the "Open Distance Learning Act", which outlined guidelines for the open provision of educational resources, enabled by information and communication technologies, for consultation, use and adaptation.

He also noted the lack of a curriculum and standard for distance education and online learning.

"Ang problema po kasi natin ngayon eh kanya-kanya ang mga educational institutions sa implementation ng online learning (The problem we have now is that educational institutions have their own implementation of online learnning). With the creation of a national framework, CHED will prescribe the minimum requirements for the curriculum and will also oversee the 'quality control'," Tolentino said on Tuesday.

Senate Bill No. 1459 seeks to amend that the RA 10650 to establish a Tertiary Online Learning and Distance Education Office in CHED. …

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