MDF through the Bato Balani Foundation Inc (BBFI) Extends Bato Balani E-Learning Systems Training (BBEST) Program Grant at Muntinlupa National High School - Tunasan Annex
Muntinlupa Development Foundation (MDF) through the Bato Balani Foundation Inc (BBFI) extended the Bato Balani E-Learning Systems Training (BBEST) program grant at Muntinlupa National High School - Tunasan Annex. The signing was held at the said school last June 24. This was attended and represented by BBFI and MDF executives.
Part of the BBEST package is a server and access to Genyo, an e-learning platform by Diwa Learning Systems that provides rich and engaging multimedia content for the students so they can enjoy and have fun while enhancing their academic performance.
The renewal of this grant for another year allows the continued use of equipment such as the YoPads, television, and other equipment used for the school’s senior high school digital laboratory.
A series of training was conducted to further equip the teachers in using the system. Teachers can also customize their lessons and create assessment modules to address individualized learning.
The primary use of the system is for the school’s senior high school classes where a total of 1398 Grade 11 and Grade 12 students will be benefiting from the program.
BBEST was originally granted during school year 2017 - 2018 Brigada Eskwela.