The Pathway to Resilience: Ensuring Quality in the Practice of Flexibility, is a learning continuity plan for school year 2021-2022 of the Cordillera Career Development College. This learning continuity plan is a roadmap for CCDC as it embarks on ensuring quality education during this new and challenging journey of distance education amidst COVID-19 pandemic.
This learning continuity plan highlights the need for flexibility in the delivery of our education services to ensure quality education through communication and collaboration from all school stakeholders. The learning continuity plan also advertise the different approaches or practices used in coming up with a relevant curriculum, creative and relevant course design and learning materials,
learner-centered service delivery modes and quality assurance methods.
In June 2020, CCDC has revisited its vision, mission and objectives to ensure that these are relevant to the current education context. CCDC flexible learning practice follows the framework of revisiting the curriculum design, adjusting the course design and instructional material development, flexible delivery mode and relevant assessment and quality assurance. With this, the CCDC learning continuity plan is rooted and anchored on the following pillars: relevant management and organization policies, student/learner support; capability building of faculty and school personnel and networking and
collaboration. These framework pillars are indispensable in creating a flexible practice of quality education of relevant education services to different school stakeholders.
The learning continuity plan has been further updated in October 2020 and January 2021 incorporating given feedback and experiences during the earlier months of delivering remote teaching and learning. In February 2021, it’s been updated to include plans and actions for its practicum, on-the-job-training and
field work for its various programs in Hospitality Management, Social Work, Teacher Education, and Criminology. This also incorporated provisions for the BS Nursing and BS Midwifery limited face-to-face classes in compliance with the Joint Memorandum Circular issued by the Commission on Higher
Education and the Department of Health. As of September 2021, new updates and provisions are included to enhance more reflexive attributes of flexible and relevant conduct of education services.
This learning continuity plan is intended as a working document that shows evidence of ensuring quality in the practice of flexibility in education. Transforming together with the current environment to pursue the essence of education purposes and objectives in stimulating relevant academic and learning support services.