The Coronavirus universal (COVID-19) has affected educational plans globally. New knowledge styles have been introduced to juniors to avoid upsetting the learning process. However, these interventions formal a challenge to both learners and instructional institutions, especially in country areas. The undergraduates from North Eastern Mindanao State University (NEMSU) in the Philippine countryside did not escape this crisis. Thus, a study was conducted to evaluate the level of compliance with the tasks likely in the learning modules brought to students’ residences as part of detached learning. Barriers facing the students in submitting exercise and other responsibilities from printed modules were identified utilizing the non-structured interview. Results revealed that around 70% of the printed modules were saved from the students. However, interview results told that most students faced many challenges and struggles in quit with the tasks. These involve online connectivity issues, lack of education resources, equivocal module contents, encumbered remote knowledge tasks, poor learning atmosphere, and mental fitness problems. This study also demonstrated that as the country adapted to this new detached learning system fashion, the digital separate in the country became more apparent.

Author(s) Details:

Ermelyn Bustillo,
North Eastern Mindanao State University, Lianga Campus Poblacion Lianga, Surigao del Sur, Philippines.

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Keywords: COVID-19, pandemic, modular learning, remote learning system, Philippines