/ 9 October 2020

TO BOOST distance learning, the division of schools in Dagupan City set up three mini-radio stations to air lessons amid the pandemic.

Schools Division of Dagupan Superintendent Dr. Celia Junio-Fernandez said that radio lessons are part of the city’s learning modality.

“Using the radio stations will be a great help in information dissemination and modular instruction considering the radio’s reach of two-kilometer radius,” Fernandez said.

“The teachers have schedules for anchoring and we have started the production of radio-based instructional materials to be played at specific time to aid learners in the completion of the modules,” she added.

The three mini-radio stations are DWWR Mabuhay Radio 88.1 and DWMD City High Mabila-bilay Radio 87.9, both at the Dagupan City National High School Junior and Senior High School campuses, and the JDV Radio 88.3 at the Judge Jose De Venecia Memorial High School.

The Archdiocese of Lingayen-Dagupan was also allotted airtime for its evangelization mission, Fernandez said.