Don Bosco Tarlac adapted the Blended Learning and Full Online Distance Learning (ODL) paradigm in educating and evangelizing the young to become Good Christians and Upright Citizens. The paradigm considers first and foremost the health and safety of the Educative Pastoral Community. Blended Learning and Full Online Learning are constructivist approaches providing varied learning experiences.
Modes and Nature of Learning Modalities for Implementation
Blended Learning includes face-to-face (in-campus) interactions with online learning. Blending face-to-face learning with active learning assignments and online learning activities facilitates interactions between (a) student to student, (b) student to teacher, and (c) student to the tool. It also promotes lifelong learning through the developed skill of “discovering” information utilizing online activities, while also increasing interactive skills with a variety of others and enhancing engagement.
Face-to-Face Learning activity refers to in-person activities, including physical classroom interaction and implementation of instructions. This allows live collaboration between and among the teacher and learners. This is implemented when there is nothing that poses risk to the learner’s health and well-being.
Nursery to Grade 3
In-Person from Monday to Friday.
Grade 4 to Grade 10
Asynchronous every Monday. In-Person from Tuesday to Friday.
Grade 11 to Grade 12
In-Person from Monday to Thursday. Asynchronous every Friday.