We have TIME. This is perhaps the only luxury which the pandemic has so generously provided us, time because almost all other aspects of our lives are put into an abrupt halt, and we are left virtually speechless and almost not knowing what to do in what we may call an abundance of time.
So much has been said about how to improve reading and, by extension, literacy during the coronavirus pandemic. It is critical that individuals, particularly educators, take advantage of the situation, or opportunities, to usher in a new normal in what is otherwise an abnormal way of life imposed on us by the current situation.
In the context of our present days, we are facing the most pressing challenges in improving educational system and practices, and we need to be able to get along with it. Educational leaders should make some improvements and innovations as these provide big impact and contribute greatly to national development…
For the past year, months, and days most of the countries around the world lived with fear, anxiety, and grief due to loss of lives caused by the pandemic. Different sectors of the economy were forced to shut down which caused unemployment to many of our fellow Filipinos. (by Mr. Rodel Danganan)