“If you aren’t in over your head, how do you know how tall you are?” The quote came from a poet named T. S. Eliot. It says that we should be overwhelmed, dealing beyond what really we can manage. It sounds like putting oneself in a situation that is too much for someone to handle.
A woman bears a great responsibility that no other God’s creation can fulfill. She bears a child for nine months inside her womb and whatever struggles and pains a woman must have to take it in giving birth.
When this COVID-19 pandemic broke out more than a year ago, we came to face a huge change in the teaching and learning set-up which by far is a daily challenge to ensure that learning is transmitted and absorbed wholly by the students in the absence of the classroom set-up.
Brigada sa Pagbasa aims to cultivate a culture of reading among learners and help those who need further assistance in developing their literacy and numeracy skills.
A constant reminder for all teachers way back college education days up to this very moment. With different theories and theorist, this has been repeatedly emphasized over and over again.
A small school in Zamboanga Sibugay with less than 200 learners took a huge step as it implemented the pilot limited face-to-face classes Monday, November 15.
Conspiracy theories, unresolved health fears underlying reasons why almost a third of Zamboanga Sibugay teachers are unvaccinated, education official says
Education officials in Zamboanga Sibugay have to intensify their advocacy for all the teachers to get the COVID-19 jab as it prepares for the pilot run of the limited face-to-face classes in four schools of the province.
Education New Zealand (ENZ), in partnership with Teach for the Philippines, announced the details of its latest School Influencer Workshop targeted at science teachers in the Philippines.
Never have we prepared for such a drastic change brought about by the pandemic. Never have we anticipated that in a blink of an eye, all will come to an unprecedented, totally new era, the era of the new normal in this pandemic time.
It’s the second school year that we are under the spell of this pandemic nightmare. A lot of things have changed and a lot of adjustments have been made.