CITY OF SAN FERNANDO--The Department of Education (DepEd) has launched “TeleSkwela,” a pilot TV-based learning program.
“Fernandino Kids TV,” the brainchild of DepEd-City of San Fernando Division, is an “edutainment” which is a combination of educational content showcasing the most essential learning competencies issued by the DepEd Central Office and localized by teachers in the division, utilizing entertaining stories, games, music and images.
With the strong partnership of LausGroup-owned CLTV36, the only regional TV network in Central Luzon, TeleSkwela will start to air on August 24, 2020, from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., from Monday to Friday covering topics from Kindergarten, Grade One and Grade Two levels.
The lessons for the TV show are based on the teacher-made detailed lesson plans transformed into modules or self-learning packets anchored on the most essential learning competencies per grade level, per learning area and a quarter.
The focus of all the TeleSkwela episodes will cover early literacy, numeracy, life skills and essential values each young learner must acquire.
Selected competent teachers will act as video lecturers and demonstration teachers. (JTD with Michelle Catap-Lacson/DepEd-Central Luzon RIO)