/ 24 January 2021

AN OFFICIAL of the Department of Education called on teachers who edit materials used for radio and television-based instruction to put their heart in what they do.

DepEd Region XI Schools Division Superintendent Josephine Fadul said that teachers should also love what they are doing.

“Even if you have knowledge and skills without the heart, you would always find excuses not to meet the deadline. In the end, it’s not the teachers who will be suffering but the learners,” Fadul said during the Division Training on Radio and Video Editing.

She explained that DepEd turned to radio and TV to deliver lessons because there are not enough printed modules for every student, especially those living in far-flung areas.

“Only few teachers have the skill in converting lessons into RBI and TBI that is why we need you. We need more so that every school will have teachers who know how to edit,” Fadul said.

She added that the teaching load of those who edit TV and radio learning materials will be reduced.