Thames ends school year with all college students finishing 100% online

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Thames International Business School
Thames International Business School went on full online learning mode amid the lockdown due to COVID-19. Screengrab from Thames video.

Thames International Business School has announced the end of its school year with all college students successfully finishing their courses which were conducted 100% online.

The Thames online learning platform was utilized by the school as an alternative to face-to-face classes during the community quarantine to stop the spread of coronavirus disease. The lockdown disallowed mass gatherings such as school activities.

Thames International released on social media its student testimonials on June 3, 2020. Students were seen appreciating the adjustment of the learning platform based on the needs of students.

One student testimonial said Thames online learning allowed him to complete his subjects on time so he could graduate. Another student attested to continuing knowledge and personal growth despite the difficulties brought on by the lockdown due to COVID-19.

The Department of Education in the Philippines had earlier announced preparations for reopening classes on August 24 using new modes of teaching and learning such as online and radio and television school on air.

SEND CHEERS in the comments below to Thames International for helping all of its students finish the school year with 100% online learning.

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