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PNG School to start e-learning

PNG's Waigani Christian College (WCC) in Port Moresby has welcomed a new deputy principal academic and is looking forward to starting e-classes in term four, principal Abaukare Kaupa says.
The e-class is a mode of teaching where students are taught electronically through the screen in a class by both teachers on campus and experts from outside the school using information and communication technology (ICT).
Kaupa said this when welcoming deputy principal Valentino Mayo from Philippines to WCC last Wednesday.
School founder and director Benjamin Mul and deputy principal administration Robert Kauna and students welcomed Mayo.
“The Waigani Christina College is a school of second chances and we are honoured to welcome our first expatriate teacher,” Kaupa said.
He said under Mul’s leadership, the school aimed to provide quality education for students who did not make it through the to education system.
“Our grade 10 graduates are accepted to do grade 11 at national high schools and our grade 12 graduates are being accepted to study in colleges and universities throughout the country,” Kaupa said.
Mul welcomed Mayo to the school and said they were looking forward to recruiting more expatriate teachers in the future to enhance their staff.
“Valentino is an experienced principal and deputy principal in many secondary schools and national high schools for over 26 years and we are pleased to have him at our school now.”
Mayo said one of his immediate priorities would be to ensure the school started e-classes in term four and aimed to establish an e-library.
E-library is an electronic library system where students are able to research using ICT.
Mul said the school also offered computer class, a bonus to students who would receive a certificate in basic computing skills after their graduation from grade 10 and 12.


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