What It's Like to Learn Vlogging in a Senior High School Class

Students need to get creative to get good grades.
by The Candy Staff   |  Nov 7, 2020
Image: Courtesy of Jacob Tinio
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Online learning has changed many things, including how students are assessed for their academic performance. Because the traditional way of holding classes is currently not feasible, students will have to test what they have learned in class in a different manner. What once was considered as mere hobbies and passions for students are now being assimilated into their academics. For instance, some schools have decided to include mobile gaming in ther PE curriculum. Students will no longer need an excuse to play Mobile Legends because they are required to do so in class.

Another case is this senior high school student's class who was tasked to shoot and make videos, or "vlog" as we call it nowadays, for class. Jacob Tinio, a Grade 12 student from Ateneo de Manila Senior High School, once tried out vlogging for fun. But he wasn't able to entirely pursue it because he wasn't confident enough back then. Now, he has to do it to get good grades in class. Here's what it's like to learn vlogging in senior high school:



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