Top 10 bold confessions of the students who experienced the modular learning

    Top 10 bold confessions of the students who experienced the modular learning

    There are actually confessions of the students who experienced the modular learning. The school year 2020-2021 marks the tremendous struggles of everyone due to Covid. The educational setting is at huge risk.

    Asking students about their experiences on modular learning will create the same answers. How do they even deal with the hardships this pandemic brought? Did they actually cope up with the difficulties? Do they actually learn their lessons very well?

    To sum up the details on the whereabouts of the experiences of these students, let us try to dig deep. Here are the bold confessions of the students who experienced the modular learning.

    Top 10 Bold Confessions of Students Who Experienced the Modular Learning:

    1. “We didn’t learn anything”. – Grade 8 students

    2. “It is very difficult since we live in the uplands, we need to get down to do some research.” – Grade 8 and 9 students

    3. “We graduated junior high and we don’t learn much. Now we will enroll in Grade 11 but it is still modular learning, we are in doom.”

    4. “It is difficult for us to put into action what the modules imply. We are Grade 11 students and we will proceed to Grade 12 still in modular learning, I worry about it.”

    5. “I don’t know, my mother is the one who answers my modules. I am still Grade 7.”

    6. “I am a first year college and I find it very hard to proceed to study in this modular/online learning. The lessons are new to me and I can hardly understand what the module is telling. I prefer to listen to a real discussion from my professor.”

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    7. “We will proceed to Grade 11 but we don’t know if we learned anything from the modules.” – Grade 10

    8. “I don’t know, my mother answers my modules. I am nervous to proceed to Grade 7.”

    9. “We live in the island and it is a struggle for our parents to fetch our modules twice a week. Sometimes, the modules will be stocked in our house due to bad weather. Our parents can’t travel. I don’t like modular learning.” – Grade 11 student

    10. “I go with the flow even though I didn’t learn that much what is in the module. I prefer to listen face-to-face. I hope this pandemic ends fast.” – Grade 9 student

    These confessions of the students who experienced modular learning are true to all. The feeling of the hindrance of the pandemic around them is inevitable. Yet, it is better this way than sacrificing their health. Their health and general well-being is a priority. – Clea | Helpline PH

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