Print and digital educational materials publisher Diwa Learning Systems, Inc. is giving educators free access to its online resources to aid in their creation of learning plans for students.
Previously exclusive to partner schools, Diwa Learning Town (DLT) is a digital resource portal for educators. It aims to provide them with additional resource materials for different subject areas in basic education.
Some of the materials available are Open Educational Resources, which include videos, downloadable PDFs, and game links from partner institutions for core subjects such as Science, Math, English, Filipino, and Araling Panlipunan for different grade levels.
Other contents in the portal include samples of Diwa textbooks across grade levels and digital editions of Supplemental Educational Magazines.
These free resources are organized per subject for easy access. Diwa said they are meant as supplementary resources to inspire teachers to create an enriched learning experience, and do not by any means fulfill curriculum-based requirements.
Educators only have to register and create an account to start using these materials for free.
To register, go to diwalearningtown.com and click Register Now. Fill out the details asked. For the item School ID, input “WeAreDiwa.” Click Sign Up and an email will be sent for verification.
Once the user clicks the link via email, the user can now log on to DLT with the school ID “WeAreDiwa” along with the username and password they created.
After the first log in, the user will fill out a few more details and then click Submit. With completed registration, the user can open the different sections of DLT. Its Resources section houses the Open Educational Resources.
For more information, message Diwa at [email protected] or facebook.com/diwalearningsystems.
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