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Finally, isa na akong ganap na GURO!

Isang buwanΒ na mahigit mula nung pinakahihintay kong araw sa buhay ko. Akala ko nga hindi na mangyayari. Pero posible pa pala. Basta handa kang magtiyaga at magsakripisyo. Graduate na ako! Yes! Isa na akong ganap na GURO. Gusto ko talagang magpasalamat sa bawat taong tumulong at nag-encourage sa akin na ‘wag tumigil at magpatuloy lang lumaban. Kahit ilang beses na akong huminto dahil sa iba’t … Continue reading Finally, isa na akong ganap na GURO!

A Look at Swedish language, culture and customs

In my Social Dimension class, one of our topics is intercultural communications. And as part of it, culture of a certain place or country affects their people intercultural communication with others. As our final activity, each of us should select a european country and gather information about their culture. I chose Sweden. Why? Because I have friend who’s married with a Swedish and I was … Continue reading A Look at Swedish language, culture and customs

Direct and Indirect Speech

One of my assignments and the last requirement before final exams in Stylistics subject is to research and study about Direct and Indirect Speech. So, here’s what I submitted… πŸ™‚   Direct speech is a sentence in which the exact words spoken are reproduced in speech marks (also known as quotation marks or inverted commas). For example: “You’ll never guess what I’ve just seen!” said … Continue reading Direct and Indirect Speech

Rizal’s Life

JosΓ© Rizal called for peaceful reform of Spain’s colonial rule in the Philippines. After his 1896 execution, he became an icon for the nationalist movement. QUOTES β€œ[C]reative genius does not manifest itself solely within the borders of a specific country: it sprouts everywhere; it is like light and air; it belongs to everyone: it is cosmopolitan like space, life and God.” β€”JosΓ© Rizal Synopsis JosΓ© … Continue reading Rizal’s Life

Why Integrate Technology into the Curriculum?: The Reasons Are Many

There’s a place for tech in every classroom. Technology is ubiquitous, touching almost every part of our lives, our communities, our homes. Yet most schools lag far behind when it comes to integrating technology into classroom learning. Many are just beginning to explore the true potential tech offers for teaching and learning. Properly used, technology will help students acquire the skills they need to survive … Continue reading Why Integrate Technology into the Curriculum?: The Reasons Are Many

Technology Integration: A Short History

Learn how technology has changed education and how educators can leverage new educational tools to personalize learning, encourage collaboration, and prepare students for the future. — What does a well-equipped classroom look like in the 21st century? Few would deny that it needs to include technology tools for teaching and learning. But which tools? How should teachers use them to best serve the needs of … Continue reading Technology Integration: A Short History

A Research Topic

In our Research subject, the assigned topic to our group is about integrating modern technology in education especially now that our Education Department is “upgrading” our education system to K to 12.Β I hope we can push it through. Anyways, I will be posting some researches that we can use, for personal purposes and convenience na rin of searching. I want my sources to be in … Continue reading A Research Topic


Teaching kids is so much fun! Hindi lang sa school, kahit sa church. Yun ang unang ministry ko. Yun ang unang naging lead at training ko sa pagtuturo. Children’s Ministry ang una kong department. Wala akong experience nung unang sabak ko sa pagtuturo (dahil appointed lang ako). Urgent yung pagkaka-appoint sa’kin dahil namatay yung dating Sunday School teacher that time. After ng libing, saka lang … Continue reading 4S

Dear Teacher

Dear Mrs. Ramos, What you did to me/us today would be one of those experiences I will never ever forget in my entire life! You were one of those professors I looked up to because of your wide knowledge in English language especially in Literature. But what you just did few hours ago would be one of my most hurtful moments as a student. I … Continue reading Dear Teacher