The school year 2020 – 2021 and 2021 – 2022 is the hardest for students, especially that they feel invalidated and overwhelm by the transition of education from traditional to remote learning. However, there still
Meet our Mobile Learning Champ, Mark Anthony Adlaon, Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Social Studies Student. Superpower: I am efficient in accomplishing my unending pile of works. Having lots of responsibility as a student,
Sydney J. Harris quoted that the whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows in which Mary Anne Waldrop Panes, a senior high school teacher and A Project Lawin Scholar, learned. She opens
Are you still weighing your options on where to enroll your children this year amid the pandemic? Parents and students are looking for a school that is not only affordable but also quality in education.
Meet our Mobile Learning Hero, Jennifer P. Consing, School of Teacher Education Faculty Superpowers: She can transform amidst changes to be resilient, agile, and adaptive. She is also optimistic and focused despite many challenges. Ms.
In 2020, the Coronavirus outbreak shook the world, and the government advised everyone to stay home. The community quarantines greatly affected the work and education sector. Schools closed, and students stayed home, coping with the
Being outstanding among the rest could be a challenge, but putting actions into words can make it all possible. Delia P. Jadaone, Assistant Professor at San Mateo Municipal College, proves this to us. From Delia’s
After graduation, competition between graduates to find a job becomes tight, especially during the pandemic. Demand for employees is scarce, so graduates need to be one step ahead of their competitors. Thus, the National Teachers