THERE’S A gazillion of learning opportunities in the web today and if we can only harness its full potential, we can enhance the students’ learning experience and, consequently, improve their performance. There is wisdom behind the Department of Education’s Cyber Education Project (CEP). Had traditional…
WE CELEBRATE the month of June as Environment Month and we usually hold activities such as tree-planting, coastal cleanups, and forums and symposiums about critical global issues such as climate change. Aside from that, teachers also integrate environmental education in their lessons. Usually, we leave…
In the past years, our school have an MPS that is above mastery. But to our administrators that is not enough. Being a Science High School, we are being pressured to reach up to 90% or even higher, if possible.
Instead of writing a new year’s resolution, The Teacher’s Notebook recommends drafting a strategic plan for the new year. Without a clear plan, the year 2011 would just be another 365 days that will come and go unnoticed.
“Break away from my routine,” is what Mrs. Aleli Dasmariñas suggests.
But what activities can we do to break away from our routines?
For those who still haven’t planned their vacations, here are some suggestions:
ONE THING I appreciate about teaching is that every day is always different. The experience in every session would always be distinct from each other even when you are teaching the same subject matter or even using the same strategy to deliver a particular lesson….
I am not stingy with praises and appreciation but I also wouldn’t keep my mouth shut in giving criticisms, especially when it comes to student outputs. I believe, it is my duty as a teacher to keep on encouraging my students to push their limits and help them ascend to greater heights.
IT’S SEMESTRAL break again and students get the chance to do what they’d like to do and go where they’d like to go to unwind, loosen up, and detoxify after several months of coping with academic requirements.
I would just like to share what I did five years ago during the sem break. Here it is:
Addressing the manifestations does not completely solve the problems. Unless we scratch beneath the surface, the problems would keep coming back. Even an anti-fungal cream advertisement knows that.
A neighbor who now works as a laborer in a nearby lumberyard told me once that he did not pursue basic education because he could not take being in school for six years. He said he preferred to start working early.