Good Leadership Receives Positive School Relations(10/24/2017) -
In establishing a good working relationship, school heads shall establish a continuous, open and responsive connection among the members. The administrator shall keep on doing ways to manage the school in meeting and even in improving the satisfa . . .
Building a Health School Working Relationship(10/12/2017) -
Working with the Students
There are many ways on how to work harmoniously with your students. But loving and treasuring your job is the first and foremost important of all because you would not feel fulfilled if you yourself hate what you are . . .
Confidently Successful Teacher(10/12/2017) -
Challenging, stressful and rewarding job all at once. Teaching is a profession that requires flexibility, persistence and continued growth. Being a successful teacher is not an easy endeavor. It takes a lot of courage and commitment for a teac . . .
Educating Millennial Students: A Challenge for Educators(10/12/2017) -
Students nowadays spend more time scrolling their gadgets rather than reading and studying their lessons. They know the latest trends in fashion, showbiz among other stuff compare to subjects that could impound their knowledge. Thus, as observe, . . .
Varied Questioning Approach in Teaching (10/12/2017) -
When varied questioning approach is employed in the teaching and learning process, a deep and productive class interaction will be evident.
It is said that one of the most powerful and suitable strategies that a teacher can use is varied ques . . .
KWENTO NG TAGUMPAY(9/26/2017) -
Marami ang nagsasabi na sila ay tagumpay sa buhay. Ang dahilan, marami silang ari-ariang material na bagay. Subalit, ano nga ba ang tunay na kahulugan ng salitang tagumpay?
Ang sabi ni Ralph . . .
A Teacher’s Journey(9/19/2017) -
Every teacher’s journey has its ending. Whether it is short or the longest one, it generally starts with a single step. The road he is taking now shall lead to where he will be tomorrow.
Right at the moment of deciding or dreaming to beco . . .