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  • Basic Life Skills

    Many schools in the US stopped teaching Home Economics class to students for basic survival life skills. I heard stories of young adults that cannot feed themselves nor clean their own space…

  • A Walk in a Teacher’s Shoes

    The teacher plays an important role in the lives of every student. In a year, a teacher gets to spend 180-210 days (depending on the country) with their students making the school…

  • Christmas in the Philippines

    Every year Christmas is celebrated around the world as either a commercial or a religious holiday. People are kind and smiling.  For us Christians, it is about the birth of our Savior…

  • A Valentine’s Message

    What is Love? “Love is like the wind, you can’t see it but you can feel it”, quoted from Nicholas Sparks’ book “A Walk to Remember”. It is both a noun and…

  • Reflections on the 6K Water Walk

    The Global 6k for Water is a charity walk sponsored by World Vision to help the developing world acquire clean water. In developing countries in the African continent, nearly 1,000 children under…

  • Why I Still Teach Cursive Writing

    Many schools nowadays do not teach cursive based on their own research and standards. It is sad to know how most schools especially in the US eliminated teaching cursive since it isn’t…

  • Summer Vacation Goals: Helping Your Child Become a Reader

    Teaching a child to love reading might be one of the toughest task for a parent especially if takes most of their time. In my years of teaching elementary, I’ve had students…

  • Helpful Hints: How to help your child write

    As an elementary parent or teacher, have you ever had any concern with your own child or a certain student regarding messy and illegible hand writing? You probably thought that the child…