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MEDIA COURSES' NEW CURRICULA CAN CURB FAKE NEWS LONG-TERM
« on: June 16, 2017, 02:42:16 PM »
MEDIA COURSES' NEW CURRICULA CAN CURB FAKE NEWS LONG-TERM
 
Thirty-six college courses, including five concerning the media sector, are affected by new curriculum standards issued so far this year, according to 1-Ang Edukasyon Congressman Salvador B. Belaro, Jr., citing latest information of the Commission on Higher Education.
 
Rep. Belaro said new policies, standards, and guidelines CHED issued this year include those for baccalaureate courses in journalism, broadcasting, communication, development communication, and multimedia arts.
 
Rep. Belaro also said these new curriculum standards on media courses "can, in the long term, help curb the spread of fake news and boost the ranks of real journalists."
 
The new standards for the Bachelor in Journalism and Bachelor of Arts in Journalism for example, as per the CHED, implement the shift to learning competency-based standards, outcomes-based education, as well as allow the colleges to innovate.
 
Students' performance indicators, internships requirements, and qualifications of faculty and deans are provided in the new curriculum standards for the media courses in college.
 
CHED data show there were 7,327 graduates of mass communication and documentation courses in academic year 2015-2016.
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