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Sensory Tubs: A Handful of Fun by Marryl AllWrite on Apr 14, 2013As an Early Childhood Educator in the Philippines and a Certified Special Educator in the US, I’ve always believed that sensory activities provide children with another meaningful avenue for learning. Though we have a different curriculum here...



Teachers in the Philippines by Courses.com.ph | Courses in the Philippines on Apr 8, 2013Teachers are professionals who were trained to share the knowledge they acquire through years of studying to a new generation of students. Depending on their specialization, they may either teach at a preschool, a primary school, or a secondary scho...



Health Teaching Strategies & Tips for Persons with Disabilities by on Apr 6, 2013We may sometimes encounter clients who have difficulty in speaking, hearing or seeing and health teaching can be a great challenge to the nurse. To help you convey your teachings effectively to these types of clients, here are some tips that can help...



Wednesday Nugget by Little Miss Pinay Crafter on Apr 3, 2013Wala lang.  Ang sarap lang maging teacher! :)...



Another Colleagues Rant by The World According to a Polite Observer on Mar 29, 2013I am very much disappointed that we only have a week’s worth of sembreak. I just want to have that long and refreshing break that would make me actually go back to school again. I just don’t want to think of any school-related thing now even as I...



Fifty Shades Rant by The World According to a Polite Observer on Mar 28, 2013If somebody dares ask me about Fifty Shades of Grey, I would say, “Boys, this is how your mom’s fantasies would look like.” Just to destroy their lives once and for all.In all fairness to Twilight, it had the decency to start out as original fr...



The True Me by The World According to a Polite Observer on Mar 26, 2013I very much wanted my students to appreciate me the same way I do. But then, given our limited contact, it would be virtually impossible to have even one meeting where we are just going to joke around. Their vitality and their joys give life to my ot...



Colleagues Rant by The World According to a Polite Observer on Mar 25, 2013As for my work, well, I really do enjoy teaching. It’s the other aspects which really make me tired. I’ve always felt that I can never really trust someone. There’s no connection, really with my colleagues. I feel as if my every move is being w...



I Am Not Going to Crack by The World According to a Polite Observer on Mar 24, 2013So I decided to actually write something. Just like what I was already ranting about, I just don’t get my colleagues. How I really wish this year would already end. I don’t care whether I get another year of contract with them or not but I just w...



3 Steps to Preventing Homesickness and Bad Behavior at Summer Camp by Modern Parenting Tips & Styles on Mar 21, 2013Many kids get their first taste of independence at summer camp, where there are no parents or teachers constantly looking over their shoulders.  However, becoming home sick and acting out are common when children are first separated from th...