Modular Distance Learning: The Problem and Its Background


  • Diosdora L. Rodriguez Gregorio Paradero Elementary School, Philippines.



Modular distance learning, Modular teaching, Self-learning modules


Modular Distance Learning involves individualized instruction that allows learners to use self-learning modules (SLMs) in print or digital format/electronic copy, whichever is applicable in the context of the learner, and other learning resources like Learner’s Materials, textbooks, activity sheets, study guides and other study materials. Learners access electronic copies of learning materials on a computer, tablet PC, or smartphone. CDs, DVDs, USB storage and computer-based applications can all be used to deliver e-learning materials, including offline E-books. The teacher takes the responsibility of monitoring the progress of the learners. The learners may ask assistance from the teacher via e-mail, telephone, text message/instant messaging. Where possible, the teacher shall do home visits to learners needing remediation or assistance. Any member of the family or other stakeholder in the community needs to serve as para-teachers.




How to Cite

Rodriguez, D. L. . (2022). Modular Distance Learning: The Problem and Its Background . Instabright International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 4(1), 101–107.