Visiting the secondary social studies curriculum in perilous times

Tyrone Ogaro Gil Jr

Abstract


In such perilous times and unabated marginalization, it is pivotal to pay a visit to the secondary social studies curriculum. This article will decipher the status of the implementation and academic location of secondary social studies in the emergency curriculum (MELCs). Through a careful examination of the Most Essential Learning Competencies (MELCs), developed self-learning modules (SLM), and field notes collected from the curriculum gatekeepers (secondary social studies teachers), the researcher was able to generate exhaustive and perplexing findings in remote teaching-learning of social studies.


Keywords


Secondary social studies curriculum, social studies education, emergency curriculum, COVID-19

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21831/jss.v18i1.43667

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