What I Did During the Semestral Break 5 Years Ago

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:

Bibliarch opens in GenSan

The Bibliarch in GenSan is the third branch of the said bookstore chain in the country, the other two being at Glorietta 3 and Walter Mart.

Visit the shop at the 2nd Level Entrance, North Wing (J. Catolico St.) of KCC Mall of GenSan to see for yourself the wide array of books.

Are We Ready for the Enhanced K+12 Basic Education Program?

This is the first part of the series of articles I will write about this significant education issue. In this post, I introduced the Enhanced K+12 Basic Education Program based on the Discussion Paper published by the DepEd during the celebration of the World Teachers’ Day,October 5. In my next posts, I will attempt to explore the necessary preparations that the whole education must do before this reform pushes through. I will also try to look into the public perception with regards this developments in the education sector.

The Challenge of Teaching Physics

I SOMETIMES find it annoying that whenever people know that I teach Physics 90% of the time they would give me that wow-you-are-amazing look. In my head I would ask, Have you finished high school? Did you not have physics back then? But I could not blame them because, as the website fearofphysics.com puts it, physics has a bad reputation.

Happy Teachers’ Day!

Today, the world celebrates the heroism of teachers who endure all the challenges of the profession in order to carry out their duty. Like all teachers all over the world, I am thankful to those people who take a backward glance and recognize their contribution of their teachers to their success.