Posts Tagged ‘education’

Back from the Hiatus

Hello, hello, hello! I’ve been gone for quite sometime and now, I’m happy to be back from my hiatus. There are a lot of good things and some not so good things that took place 🙂 Let us start with those ‘not so good things’. First, I found out that there was a random somebody […] Read more…

Da Vinci the Genius

“Mona Lisa, Monalisa, men have named you You’re so like the lady with the mystic smile Is it only ’cause you’re lonely, they have blamed you For that Monalisa strangeness in your smile?” I grew up hearing my Dad singing that Nat King Cole song. As a child, I thought that Monalisa is as beautiful […] Read more…

Modern Classroom

After being a classroom teacher for quite sometime, it was a privilege to be invited to sit in one of the classes of Benedictine Institute of Learning. Said school launched its technologically-inspired classroom wherein students are using e-books (instead of the traditional textbooks). Observing these students as they easily flick from one page to another, […] Read more…

Interview Bayou

When I received a message from this group of college students from MAPUA asking if they could interview me for their Mini-Thesis in their Journalism class, I asked myself, “Why me? Are they serious?” Not that I don’t want to take it seriously but why did these students think that I am competent enough to […] Read more…

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