EDGE – EDucating GEnerations:

MFI’s Learning Management System (LMS)

For ten years, EDGE served as an aid for MFI Educators to better their methodologies in teaching MFI students. It functioned as a container for coursewares and a venue for other types of learning e.g. blended learning, distance education, etc. that caters for all ages.

An LMS can improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the learning process in MFI by improving the administration of classrooms and tests, automation of feedback and results, using variety of communication channels, promoting cooperative learning and centralizing and providing accessible information to both the learners and the educators.

Thus, by using EDGE, we can:

  1. Reduce the cost of paper and print we use for tests and references
  2. Optimize man-hours from reduced time of checking tests
  3. Reduce manpower cost during online management of students
  4. Deliver more opportunity to achieve mastery of the topics/courses
  5. Provide better learning retention
  6. Give quick feedback of students’ performance and evaluation results

With the aforementioned reasons, it is unequivocal that EDGE is the future of MFI Training Programs.

A two-day training that will focus on enhancing the participants' teaching methodologies with the help of eLearning Tools such as Photoshop, PowerPoint, Prezi, Screen Recorder and Basic Photography.

           This is a pursuant to Republic Act No. 9163, otherwise known as the National Service Training Act of 2001, which mandates tertiary educational institutions to include in the collegiate curriculum a program aimed at enhancing civic consciousness and defend preparedness in the youth by developing the ethics of service and patriotism. NSTP 1 contains theoretical foundation of the course covering topics that aim to provide students of MFI with a holistic understanding of the service training component of the course while undergoing in Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS).


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