This DLSU Student Is Attending Her Online Classes From Japan

She had to fly back to Japan during GCQ.
by Mylene Mendoza   |  Aug 15, 2020
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Classes in certain universities have already resumed and students will have to attend their classes through digital platforms. Online schools may have existed way before it was mandatory, but there are several pros and cons students will have to endure for the so-called "new normal" in education.

De La Salle University student Aika Agustin knows very well the ups and downs of online classes. It meant that she could go back to Japan where her family is based and still get to attend virtual classes this semester. Of course, she is no stranger to the struggles of self-paced learning, too.

Watch the video to learn more about Aika and how her she's dealing with online classes even if she's outside of the country:

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