Articles

  • Disaster: Prepare Yourself
    by: Jhonmark D. Barruga Storms, earthquakes, fires, floods and volcanic eruptions are all examples of natural disasters that are probably most common calamities around the globe. Disaster has the power to destroy property and take lives.  Thus, preventing damage to human life and property urges importance to everyone. The emphasis on ...
  • The Role of Master Teachers this Pandemic
    by: Jhonmark D. Barruga Master teachers are highly proficient educators who work as a mentor to facilitate colleague professional development in delivering quality education. They are tasked to be leaders who will continuously promote excellent teaching practice to enhance instructional competence within the school. They also work as innovators in times ...
  • Women Leadership with a Heart
    by MARIFE A. CAŇARES Women leaders are emerging like mushrooms after the rain and some look down on them because of gender. In these trying times, we are overwhelmed with the Pandemic caused by Covid-19 and the resulting catastrophe caused worldwide havoc to families, homes, work and economy however, women are seen ...
  • KEEPING A POSITIVE MINDSET AMID COVID-19 PANDEMIC
    by Michelle B. Natural                 The coronavirus is spreading. Nations are under quarantine. People are out of work, transportations are limited even our basic needs. The normal ways we are use to do suddenly change, everything abruptly change and we are not ready for ...
  • OPPORTUNITIES AND OPTIMISM AMIDST PANDEMIC
    by: Joey S. Alvarez                        The proliferation of COVID 19 disease hit us like a bombshell. The whole world was caught unaware of the devastation it has inflicted in almost all aspects of a human life. Health, economy, education, social functions and other human activities have held put on hold, ...
  • TURNING AWAY FROM THE ORIGIN
    by: Ryan R. Legaspi Brought about by the globalization and ASEAN integration, Filipinos are now slowly outgripping its hold from its sealed identity. Slowly and little by little, they drift and turn away from the origin they used to know. Pieces of evidence that depreciate the Filipino language have been seen – ...
  • She
    by: Feby Djoanne Loma Lepaopao She is beautiful. She knows in her heart that she is beautiful. Her eyes reflect the beauty within. Her every smile can brighten up everyone’s day. She believes that happy women are the prettiest. She is patient. With prayers and faith in God, she waits upon His ...
  • THE EFFECTS OF COVID-19 IN THE WORKPLACE
    by Michelle B. Natural It’s fair to say that the last few months have been a rollercoaster of emotions for many people. Covid-19 greatly affected the society including our workplace. This has brought many changes and made us adapt to the new normal situation. This pandemic has its positive and negative effects ...
  • WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A SCHOOL HEAD
    By : LEAH MURO ROMBLON School Head ? What does it mean ? How does one become a School Head ? What necessary traits or ideas should he possess ? As defined in Republic act No. 9155 ,known as the “Governance  of Basic Education Act of 2001, “  a School Head is ...
  • The Need for School Learning Action Cell
    by: Jhonmark D. Barruga Learning must continue despite the challenges of time. It is an avenue to look for new learning opportunities for both teachers and learners. To adapt is the new trend of education with the changes implemented in the system. It involves time management, resources, patience and commitment to ...
  • Environmental Education: Key to Sustainability
    by: Jhonmark D. Barruga The importance of Environmental Education takes humanity into advancements of awareness in saving biodiversity for its existence in this planet. The Department of Education orders public and private schools to strengthen Environmental Education in preserving and protecting the nature. Through mandated programs, projects and activities, the bureau ...
  • PARTICIPATORY LEARNING TECHNIQUE IN A NEW NORMAL APPROACH
    by MARIA MICHELLE G. FRANCISCO Prior to the new normal stage of education, when face to face instruction was still the primary means of instructional conversation and interaction between the teachers and the learners, cooperative or collaborative learning is highly integrated in the teaching-learning process. Before the crisis, students can freely ...
  • PARTICIPATORY LEARNING TECHNIQUE IN A NEW NORMAL APPROACH
    by MARIA MICHELLE G. FRANCISCO Prior to the new normal stage of education, when face to face instruction was still the primary means of instructional conversation and interaction between the teachers and the learners, cooperative or collaborative learning is highly integrated in the teaching-learning process. Before the crisis, students can freely ...
  • Teacher ByaHERO
    ni Gypsy A. Fernandez Teacher III of Julian V. Antonio Elementary School Naranasan mo na bang gumising ng maaga para habulin ang maagang byahe papuntang paaralan? Ang maglakad ng ilang kilometro sa matarik at madulas na daan at ang makipagsapalaran sa malalaking alon sa dagat? Kung hindi pa, ikaw ay mapalad sapagkat ...
  • TEACHERS’ SUPPORT SERVICES TO LEARNERS EXPOSED TO NEW NORMAL SELF-LEARNING ENGAGEMENT
    by MARIA MICHELLE G. FRANCISCO This new normal stage of education system truly marks the so-called self- learning engagement era. This is because of the temporary restrictions of face to face instruction and physical attendance to school settings and more priorities on home-based and distance learning systems, exposing the all learners ...