All public school teachers to receive laptops with e-learning materials

All public school teachers to receive laptops with e-learning materials

The Department of Education (DepEd) has started a program that will provide or install a digital board or television in each classroom and provide all teachers with laptops that contain e-Learning resources that they can use for their classes and each learner with a tablet or laptop that they will use to access the e-Learning resources that will be available both offline and online through the Project Deped Digital Rise.

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The DepEd Digital Rise is intended to support the implementation of the fourth Skill that is embedded in our curriculum. Under this program, DepEd will install a digital board or television in each classroom and provide all teachers with laptops that contain e-Learning resources that they can use for their classes.

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DepEd will also release a Learning Management System that will contain an item bank that will measure all the competencies in the curriculum. This will be used to randomly create standardized questionnaires that can be used for the National Achievement Test (NAT), quizzes and periodical tests. When a learner completes a test, the Learning Management System will also recommend e-Learning resources for items or competencies which a learner was not able to answer correctly. As such, tests and quizzes will become a tool for learners to understand which competencies they are weak in and what learning resources are available to help them understand these competencies.


This is our vision for ICT in education, which is part and parcel of the DepEd blueprint for Public Schools of the Future, which the Office of the Undersecretary of Administration and the entire Administration Strand has crafted. It is not about delivering high tech equipment to the schools. It is about providing teachers with the skills and tools to facilitate the process of learning. It is very much centered on the learner, giving them the appropriate information and resources to learn on their own and understand the core competencies in our curriculum.
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