TSU continues remote teaching and learning for A.Y. 2020-2021
TSU president Dr. Myrna Q. Mallari and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Erwin P. Lacanlale visited the different colleges on the second day of classes, August 11, 2020, to check up on faculty members using the university facilities for the remote teaching and learning modality.
TSU has designated “smart classrooms” and computer laboratories with internet capabilities for faculty members with unstable internet connection for their synchronous (real-time) teaching where they will coordinate first with their respective college deans for proper scheduling and crowd control for social distancing.
Aside from this, wi-fi facilities are being installed in all TSU campuses through the initiative of the Department of Information and Communication Technology Region III (DICT III). These areas will also serve as hotspots for instructors to conduct their virtual classes.
TSU ensures the delivery of quality education via Microsoft Teams and the full implementation of its flexible learning program.
Faculty members of Tarlac State University continues the remote teaching-learning process on the 2nd day of the new semester by catering to their classes through the use of some university facilities.