- A parent shared a page from a module which stated that the three stars symbolize the three major islands in the country
- Instead of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao, what was stated in the module was "Luzon, Mindanao at Panay"
- The netizen who shared a photo of the page was clearly disappointed but expressed it in a funny manner
- A previous post about an erroneous module also went viral on social media as the choices in a multiple choice question did not include any correct answer
A netizen, Cheche Pura, shared a page from a module which stated that the three main islands in the Philippines that are being symbolized by the three stars on the Philippine flag refers to "Luzon, Mindanao at Panay."
The netizen jokingly said that she did not know about this and captioned her post with "New learnings?"
She also asked, "Gin islan na? Wala gid ko na inform (Pinalitan na? hindi ako na-inform)."
In another post she said, "'wag kayo dyan, alam kong hindi lang ako yung hindi nakakaalam na Luzon, Visayas at Panay pala yung sinisimbolo ng tatlong bituin sa Philippine flag...""
It would seem that as the days pass there are more errors that surface on social media. Here is the post of Cheche:
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the learning system. The Department of Education had to make lots of adjustments. They addressed the problem of a lack of laptops for online learning and said that those who do not have laptops need not buy.
Aside from the learning issues, health issues also abound. A teacher who was preparing for the opening of classes contracted COVID-19.
Reports of children crying because they are too tired and felt that the modules are so long and overwhelming also abound on social media. Videos were shared online showing some kids having tantrums because of stress.
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