Five Muntinlupa schools to pilot the use of interactive learning technology in Math, Science and English subjects

Through the adoption of world-class platforms like Nearpod and MyOn, a digital learning technology by Renaissance, students from five public schools in Muntinlupa City will gain access to a wealth of interactive lessons and a vast digital library, enriching their educational experience.

The on-boarding simulations for MyOn and Nearpod were conducted by training specialists from C&E Adaptive Learning Solutions (C&E ALS), engaging select students and teachers from five pilot schools under the Schools Division of Muntinlupa City: Putatan Elementary School, Sucat Elementary School, Poblacion National High School, Muntinlupa Business High School, and Cupang Senior High School.

In a groundbreaking move towards revolutionizing education through digital transformation, a strategic partnership has been forged among the Department of Science and Technology – National Capital Region (DOST-NCR), DOST National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP), Department of Education Schools Division Office-Muntinlupa City, and C&E Publishing, Inc. The signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) at Putatan Elementary School marked the commencement of a pilot program to test the efficacy of Nearpod and myOn by Renaissance Platforms in Muntinlupa City.

This significant collaboration underscores the use of cutting-edge e-learning tools to enhance the teaching of Science, Mathematics, and English subjects. Through gamified, interactive, and immersive educational activities, students are set to experience a dynamic and engaging approach to learning.

Furthermore, the collaboration includes comprehensive student simulations and teacher training sessions to ensure seamless integration of these tools into classroom settings. This collective effort signifies a commitment to fostering innovation in education to empower students with advanced digital tools for a more enriching learning experience.

The utilization of these state-of-the-art e-learning platforms is poised to redefine traditional teaching methods and pave the way for a more interactive and personalized approach to education in Muntinlupa City. As technology continues to shape the future of learning, this initiative stands as a testament to the dedication towards embracing digital transformation in the realm of education.

By incorporating gamified and immersive learning activities, the program seeks to enhance student learning outcomes through personalized adaptive solutions. Leveraging state-of-the-art technology and research-driven methodologies, this initiative strives to foster innovative teaching practices and elevate educational standards.

The momentous MOU signing ceremony this March 2024 at Putatan Elementary School in Muntinlupa City was graced by key officials including DOST-NCR Regional Director Engr. Romelen Tresvalles, DOST-NRCP Executive Director Dr. Bernardo Sepeda, C&E Publishing AVP for Content and Development Ms. Mary Grace Eugenio, and Education Program Supervisor for Science of DepEd-SDO Muntinlupa Dr. Armida Oblinada. (Glenn Ford B. Tolentino, S&T Media Service)

Transforming Education Through Innovative E-Learning Platforms: A Collaborative Effort in Muntinlupa City, this collaborative effort signifies a significant step towards reshaping the landscape of education in Muntinlupa City and beyond, heralding a new era of digital transformation in the education sector.(Photo by Val Zabala, NRCP Official Photographer)
The MOU was signed by key figures including DOST-NCR Regional Director Engr. Romelen Tresvalles, DOST NRCP Director Dr. Bernardo Sepeda, C&E Publishing AVP for Content and Development, Ms. Mary Grace Eugenio, and Education Program Supervisor for Science of DepEd SDO Muntinlupa, Dr. Armida Oblinada.(Photo by Val Zabala, NRCP Official Photographer)