Cauayan City in Isabela launched on June 8 a “virtual classroom” that will support the “new normal” of blended teaching-learning approach amid the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic.

Tagged as Project “Bernard” or Bringing Evaluation Using Radio, Non-Print and automated Resources to Diverse Learners, the facility will use the internet, radio, television and modules, instead of the conventional face-to-face classroom sessions.

The project was inaugurated by Cauayan City Mayor Bernard Faustino Dy and Alfredo Gumaru Jr., schools  superintendent, at the Cauayan South Central School, according to a Philippine Information Agency.

Gumaru said teachers were still in the process of preparing for the implementation of the blended learning approach. (Jojo Mangahis)

Source of preview image: Cauayan City government