Education Solutions Provider Helps Fulfill Requirements for Online and Modular Distance Learning

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Education Solutions Provider Helps Fulfill Requirements for Online and Modular Distance Learning


As schools prepare to implement their online and modular distance learning modalities this school year, let REX be your reliable partner for securing the most effective learning materials and platforms that may be used to perform effectively in the new classroom setup.

With traditional face-to-face classes still not an option due to the COVID-19 situation, schools have adapted to different learning delivery modalities to continue classes this school year. To help guide schools on how to properly and effectively operate in this new normal setup, the Department of Education (DepEd) released DepEd Order No. 13, which contains the Readiness Assessment Checklist for Learning Delivery Modalities in the Learning Continuity Plan of Private Schools.

This assessment specifies the requirements and standards needed to ensure that schools undertake adequate preparations for the learning delivery modality that they have chosen for this school year. In support, REX reached out to institutions to provide products and services that are currently under its arsenal to help institutions meet the minimum requirements identified by DepEd.

Schoology as an all-in-one learning platform

For online distance learning, Schoology is the perfect cloud-based learning management system (LMS) to provide an all-encompassing learning solution.

REX has been a partner of Schoology even before the COVID-19 situation. This partnership has enabled many schools to achieve a blended and flipped learning approach in their classrooms, to create a more fun and engaging learning experiences for digital natives.

Schoology can be accessed via any browser on PC and laptops, or on mobile phones and tablets via its app version. As an all-in-one learning platform, it comes packed with features like personalized courses, calendar, messages, dropbox, online tests, integrated apps, groups, and grade book.

Teachers can grade student submissions and have it automatically recorded in the gradebook, provide instant feedback on submitted works, assign work individually or to groups, attach learning materials easily, provide real-time polls and surveys, and create comprehensive assessments easily.

Students, on the other hand, can access all learning materials from the safety of their homes, download materials for individual study, participate in engaging activities, submit assignments and work outputs easily, comment on courses directly, and collaborate with their classmates in a safe and secure environment.

Parents are also involved in the learning of the student since everything will be facilitated inside the home. With Schoology, parents are empowered to guide their children through the "view only" access, which lets them see the courses and activities. Parents also receive periodic email digests that summarizes their child's activity on the platform.

When it comes to training, the REX Learning Solutions Group works hand-in-hand with the Schoology system administrator that will be assigned by the school. The administrator will be trained by REX to support all technical concerns of teachers and students. …

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