TRECE MARTIRES CITY, Cavite - Five batches of graduation were held separately for selected e-Learners who finished courses in ATI's e-Learning program.
This came after the agreement made by ATI Regional Training Center IV-A and five national high schools to encourage their students to finish atleast three courses, for the conduct of "Engaging the Youth in Agri: Introducing e-Learning for Agriculture and Fisheries to TVL Track."
The participating schools have Agriculture TVL tracks in their K-12 curriculum, namely, Munting Ilog National High School (Silang, Cavite), Ibabang Talim Integrated High School (Lucena City, Quezon), Padre Garcia National High School (Padre Garcia, Batangas), Baras Senior High School (Baras, Rizal) and Siniloan Integrated High School (Siniloan, Laguna).
Students who completed three courses and above were given a certificate of completion, while the rest were given certificate of participation. This is in addition to the certificate of completion that users get for every course completed in the siteafter also completing a short feedback survey. Additionally, special awards were given to: 1) first learner to finish a course, 2) highest score in Climate Change 101: Understanding Climate Change in Agri-Fisheries (CC101), and 3) highest score in Lika! Usap Tayo: Effective Human Communication and Human Relations (COMM1).
The students are encouraged to continue the courses they are taking and enroll in other courses as the Institute promotes that the learning process can be done in "any place, any pace."
The five batches of e-Learning graduation were held on:
December 9, 2019 - Munting Ilog National High School, Silang Cavite & Ibabang Talim Integrated High School, Lucena City, Quezon
December 10, 2019 - Padre Garcia National High School, Padre Garcia, Batangas
December 11, 2019 - Baras Senior High School, Baras Rizal & Siniloan Integrated High School, Siniloan Laguna
Some 60 junior and senior students under the TVL track and faculty attended each batch of graduation ceremony in the above mentioned schools.
Visit e-extension.gov.ph/elearning to learn more about the e-Learning program.