Abanse Negrense: Learning Computer Science musn't stop Amidst the Pandemic

BACOLOD CITY – 100 Senior High School Negrense Teachers completed their Computer Science Education Program (CSEP) on Wednesday, August 26, 2020. and Capitol-run Negros Occidental Language and Information Technology Center (NOLITC) partnered up to this program to train the teachers to help increase and provide awareness, skills training, and competency of teachers and faculty members in terms of computer programming.

Ms. Cristina Orbecido, the NOLITC school vocational administrator, said the event is a way forward to rise above the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) crisis.

“We need to create solutions and this endeavor is a creative solution to surpass the disruptions brought about by the pandemic,” Orbecido said.

“This is just the first phase of the CSEP and there (are) still many things that we need to do to transform the digital landscape of the province,” she added.

Some of the 100+ Teachers during their CSEP via Zoom.

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