ABOUT THE WEBINAR
It’s been almost a year since schools shifted to online platforms. Now that students and teachers are used to this mode of learning, it is inevitable that online and face-to-face classes will exist side by side once campuses open upon declaration of the government. Have you prepared your school for this transition? What are the impacts of migrating to blended learning? Are there government issuances that we need to know?
In this session, the participants will know the following:
- What government issuances, need to be complied with;
- What policies must be reviewed governing blended learning?
- How to prepare the stakeholders (school, students, and employees) to ensure safety during blended learning?
- What guidance should be given to parents and students during implementation of blended classes?
Ensure the readiness of your school for blended learning through this session.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Atty. Ada received her law degree from the University of the Philippines in 1990 and was a first place recipient of the Sabido Foundation Award for Best Legal Research Paper in the same year (joint paper together with Atty. Evalyn Ursua).
She was admitted to the Philippine Bar in 1991. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the U.P. Diliman in 1986.
She has just been appointed as Dean of the Adamson University College of Law in San Marcelino St., Manila. Previously, she was formerly the Vice-Dean of the Lyceum of the Philippines University College of Law in Makati City.
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