‘Di na raw kailangan ng internet connection.. SMS learning platform sa mga estudyante, isinusulong
ni Ronalyn Seminiano Reonico | July 15, 2020
Isinusulong ng local firm na Mybusybee Incorporated ang paggamit ng short message service (SMS) learning platform para sa mga estudyante na walang internet access.
Ayon sa founder at chief executive office ng kumpanya na si Rico Hernandez, "After reading many headlines about DepEd's (Department of Education) challenges in planning and implementing distance learning in the Philippines because of the internet situation, this served as inspiration for us to find ways that will help during these challenging times.
"SMS is our core business and we see that SMS technology will play a big role in distance
learning, we conceived the development of BeeSuite, this is the first SMS-based distance
learning platform in the Philippines.”
Sa pamamagitan ng BeeSuite SMS program, realtime nang makakapag-usap ang guro at ang estudyante via SMS.
Maaaring gumamit ng existing SIM card ang guro na ii-insert GSM modem stick na
kinakailangan para mai-connect sa computer o laptop. Ito ay magagamit sa virtual class
discussions, automatic grade notifications, automated lessons at exams.
Saad ni Hernandez, "Because not everybody is equipped for online learning, SMS-learning technology via Beesuite will be able to bridge this gap.
“Moreover, SMS technology is already mature and stable in the Philippines, making it a reliable medium of learning. There may be a lot of options, but this could be the best choice."
Available na ang BeeSuite Academy sa Google Play at Apple App Store.
Diin pa ni Hernandez, "Sana marinig kami ng DepEd. Our goal is really, sana makarating ito sa DepEd, itong tech na ito, kasi it will really help them.”