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Globe powers digital education at Bukidnon school

The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the educational system by pushing teachers and students alike to adapt to new methods of collaboration and communication.  

SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP. Globe myBusiness has partnered with Bukidnon Faith Christian School, Inc. by providing ICT tools that secure the future of education. The school secured the Brightspace Learning Management System (LMS) and the CampusLink School Management System (SMS), and incorporated them into their own Faithline system.
With online learning as the new norm, Globe myBusiness has partnered with Bukidnon Faith Christian School, Inc. by providing ICT tools that secure the future of education. 

Through the partnership, the institution secured the Brightspace Learning Management System (LMS) and the CampusLink School Management System (SMS), both of which were incorporated into the Faithline system. 

This system will ease the transition to digital learning by automating manual processes and centralizing school data so it can be easily accessed by staff, students, teachers, and other school stakeholders.

“Together with Globe and Brightspace, we are able to serve our students no matter what circumstances may arise,” says Rezia Lyndee M. Roque-Fabros, Assistant Administrator to the President of Bukidnon Faith Christian School, Inc. 

“Both the SMS and LMS will increase our capability to give our students quality education while ensuring that our staff are also able to deliver their lessons in a personalized and efficient manner.”

Roque-Fabros adds that this partnership will raise the bar of education and will mutually benefit the students and the school. 

Faithline provides a secure digital environment where collaboration and communication grow among stakeholders, staff, students, and teachers. With Faithline, each lesson needed for the school year can be accessed by both parents and students. 

Apart from access to instructional materials such as videos, texts, and PowerPoint presentations, students can also track their progress, ask questions via the discussion platform, and download materials provided on the system. 

Students who are unable to join live classroom sessions can still access discussions and learning materials throughout each lesson. Moreover, all materials for each student’s education can be accessed and utilized through a web browser or the Brightspace mobile app.

Globe myBusiness is helping institutions integrate technology through mySchoolSURF, a lineup of internet promos designed to help students and instructors. 

Globe mySchoolSURF plans start at P199, which comes with 34GB of data allocation valid for seven days, when paired with a Globe at Home Prepaid WiFi device. 

All plans come with 4GB daily data allocations for pre-defined apps useful for learning. These include video conferencing tools like Zoom, and research and productivity platforms such as Office 365, Canva, Blackboard, and Course Hero. 

Plans also come with access to instant messaging apps like Viber, Whatsapp, and Facebook Messenger. Institutions can allot data for other platforms for exams, special projects, or other learning needs.

By bridging teachers to information and technology that enable continuous learning, especially during times of crisis, Globe myBusiness continues to prove itself an invaluable partner in promoting 21st Century Learning and in improving resilience in education. 

Topics: COVID-19 , Globe myBusiness , Bukidnon Faith Christian School , Rezia Lyndee Roque-Fabros , Zoom
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