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89% of families find blended learning harder than face-to face learning, survey says

Majority of the Filipino families considered the current "blended learning '' more difficult than the face-to face setup of education, according to a Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey released on Saturday.

Based on the survey conducted, 89 percent of the families with enrolled school-age members claimed that a "blended learning system" is harder than face-to-face learning.

It also showed that 60 percent of the same respondents allot more time in guiding their children in the blended learning system. It added that 57 percent of the members of the family who guide students are mothers.

On the other hand, 6 percent of them said that blended learning is easier, while the remaining 5 percent are undecided.

The survey has a  national marginal error at ±2.5%. It was conducted last November  21- to 25, 2020 through a face-to-face interview among 1,500 adult respondents.

The results only prove that the majority of Filipinos find blended learning difficult when compared to face-to-face. Nevertheless, the government cannot simply bring the tradition set-up of education back because of the danger brought by the COVID-19 pandemic.


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