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2021 IEEE 13th International Conference on Humanoid, Nanotechnology, Information Technology, Communication and Control, Environment, and Management, HNICEM 2021 ; 2021.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1788683


Amid COVID-19, instructive foundations over the world were covered, and understudies were limited to their homes. Understudies in an instructive setting believe collaborative learning (CL) boosts their learning execution. By looking at social media utilization among understudies inside the classroom, this ponder handles the vital idea of CL all through the COVID-19 plague. The constructivism theory is utilized amid this consider, taken after by the innovation acknowledgment model. Successful innovation integration for instructing subject material requires an intensive understanding of point, innovation, and instructional method, as well as their interrelationships. Against the setting of planning understudies for a digitalized future, supporting paraeducators by technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) becomes vital in training with the incorporation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Educators require direction in shaping effective community associations and recognizing guardians as crucial partners. With the developing requirement for communication between families and schools, now may be a great minute to set up rules for parent engagement. Future enlightening will relate to effectively joining forces to empower and believe guardians as partners instead of obstacles, permitting us to serve students as an entirety. This paper provides a closed summary review and understanding the association between social media utilization and understudy achievement is critical in achieving SDG's 4 with collaborating TPACK framework to comprehending the work of social media. © 2021 IEEE.

Acta Medica Philippina ; 55(2):264-270, 2021.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1248623


Objectives. This study aims to determine perceptions of physicians in our institution on the role of telemedicine in cancer care during the COVID-19 pandemic and to assess its perceived benefits and barriers. Methods. This is a cross-sectional study of physicians involved in cancer care in a tertiary referral hospital in the Philippines. We administered a 21-item online survey questionnaire between August to October 2020. Results. We received and analyzed 84 physician responses. Ninety-six percent of physicians currently use telemedicine, an increase from 59% pre-pandemic. Eighty-nine percent use telemedicine for follow-up virtual consults, while 75% use telemedicine for case discussions in multidisciplinary meetings. The mean number of monthly patient consults conducted through telemedicine increased to 29.5 (SD: 24.8) from a pre-pandemic mean of 7.7 (SD: 18.7). Eighty-four percent of respondents perceived its main benefit as an infection control measure. The other perceived benefits of telemedicine include convenience (78%), accessibility to cancer care (72%), cost-effectiveness (68%), and time efficiency (44%). A quarter of the respondents believed that telemedicine has the potential to improve cancer outcomes. Ninety-two percent of the respondents expressed that they will use telemedicine occasionally in their practice. Conclusion. Telemedicine was perceived by Filipino physicians in a tertiary hospital as an acceptable solution for the provision of cancer care during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Tele-oncology should be further investigated to maximize patient and physician satisfaction and improve cancer outcomes. Data from this study can be used to improve oncology practice and service delivery to suitable patients during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. © 2021 University of the Philippines Manila. All rights reserved.