Taguig rolls out Tele-Aral Program hotlines to assist learners

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Taguig Tele-Aral Program
Taguig City educators can be reached through the Tele-Aral program hotlines to answer questions regarding the workings of Hybrid Modular Distance Learning, navigating the modules, and even understanding the lessons, among others.

The local government of Taguig has rolled out its Tele-Aral Program hotlines to provide assistance to students without having them leave their homes.

Taguig City officially launched Tele-Aral on October 2, 2020, a new learning system that involves a carefully crafted curriculum and tutorial services to highlight the importance of quality education and the safety of teachers and students amid the new normal of schooling as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Tele-Aral Center is located at Senator Renato “Compañero” Cayetano (SRCC) Memorial Science and Technology High School with 50 teachers and 20 substitute teachers to cater to the inquiries of students, parents, and teachers through a telephone call.

These teachers specialize in various subjects from kindergarten to Grade 12 and trained under the Training and Enrichment Courses from Taguig Online Campus (TECTOC).

The teachers can be reached for free through the Tele-Aral hotlines accessible for Taguig and non-Taguig city residents from 10 AM to 7 PM, Monday to Friday.

The city’s hybrid learning program center also has state of the art equipment, installed communication applications, and headsets to ensure uninterrupted support for distance learners.

Students and parents can seek assistance from Taguig’s Tele-Aral Program through their telephone hotlines, email, or social media. For more information visit the official Tele-Aral program Facebook page here.

The Philippine Department of Education has also released hotlines addressing issues or complaints to make sure all learners are receiving adequate guidance amid the new blended learning approach employed in the country.

The City of Taguig has distributed new normal packages that include the yearly school supply packages and items for sanitation and blended learning to its students.

Makati City likewise distributed learner’s packages with OTG flash drives designed to support offline learning for public school students.

To support distance learners, Manila gave away free tablets, laptops, and WiFi gadgets to public school children and teachers while Cavite rolled out free WiFi internet for public school students.

SEND CHEERS in the comments below to the people of Taguig for its Tele-Aral Program hotlines to assist learners.

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