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DepEd’s adaptive learning methods amid COVID-19 pandemic gets support

==Who will Implement==COVID-19 pandemic The adaptive learning methods for learners amid the to be implemented by the Department of Education (DepEd) gets support from a group promoting children’s rights and welfare.

Adaptive learning[1] refers to technology that monitors student progress in a course and uses those data to modify instruction in real time. Adaptive learning programmes do this by detecting information, diagnosing it, and enacting new tasks based on this diagnosis. Adaptive learning is not a type of instruction; it is a technology product. Many, though not all, personalized learning programmes are adaptive (Feldstein, 2013; Buckley, Piacentini and von Davier 2021)

Public Support

SCP Chief Executive Officer Atty. Alberto Muyot also called for the public’s support – especially the education sector – for the training of teachers and non-teaching personnel to handle new learning methods for the smooth implementation of DepEd’s adaptive systems, and address the emerging needs of learners including low numeracy and literacy skills as cited by the 2018 results of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA).

Inclusive Learning Environment

As a non-negotiable basic human right, children should have continued access to education, even in times of emergencies such as the COVID-19 pandemic,” Muyot, a former Undersecretary of DepEd, said. “But we must always remember that children’s safety is paramount and make sure that they have a safe and inclusive learning environment,” he added.

The SCP said it has been working closely with the DepEd-together with teachers, and education stakeholders for the implementation of its Learning Continuity Plan (LCP) and [ COVID-19 Response Plans to ensure continued learning and utmost safety of the students, including marginalized groups of children such as those with disabilities, children of indigenous families, those living in hard-to-reach areas, and out of school children and youth.

Reference Published May 16, 2020, 12:00 AM by manilabulletin_admin,about%20adaptive%20learning%2C%20do%20you%20think%20about%20this%3F


  1. Technology and education: Technology in education.(2020) UNESCO Global Education Monitoring Report.