There has been much learning losses during the pandemic and the new Education department should step up to fill in the gaps.
Coalition calls on presidential bets to prioritize education for all
An education coalition tracks education promises of presidential aspirants
Delivering remote assessments with integrity
Assessment is a critical window in gauging learning and acts as a communication channel between students and educators, especially in online learning environments.
#WeDeserveBetter: PBEd urges stakeholders to address the Philippines’ learning crisis
Advocacy group Philippines Business for Education proposes reforms on the country’s education system because of the longstanding learning crisis.
Turnitin’s Gradescope is ‘Best STEM Solution for HigherEd’
Gradescope has expanded to optimize grading workflows for all subject areas and assessment types.
Young girls encouraged to join STEM Femme Club by 3M, Mano Amiga
Mano Amiga PH launches STEM Femme Club for young girls who want to deepen knowledge on science, tech, eng’g, and math.
Our public school teachers are burnt out too and the gov’t should listen
7 out of 10 public school teachers already feel the negative impacts of distance learning on their health
Thriving in Southeast Asia’s new education landscape
‘The goal is to ensure that every student has access to a high-quality education and support educators in delivering instruction.’
PNU and Education 4.0
Philippine Normal University intensifies partnership with the DepEd and CHED through competence-based trainings.
The Importance of Reinforcing Honor Codes to Combat Distance Misconduct
With less student supervision in virtual classrooms, cases of academic misconduct are becoming more common.
Filipino Youth Collaborate as Volunteers to Teach Science, Math Online for Free
Young Filipinos are taking initiatives during these trying times to help students learn essential competencies in science and math through free online-tutorial services.
Reinforcing Academic Integrity in Physical and Virtual Classrooms
Academic integrity is key to instilling foundational and life-long skills that students carry with them long after school.
Not a Lost March: A Tribute to ‘Corona’ Graduates
I heard the call of home from more than a thousand miles away. I went home to my alma mater, Sindangan National High School, to address its 2019 graduands. That was a year ago, but it remains one of the most meaningful journeys I have ever made. As I sat among school officials and dignitaries…
With each waking moment of your student life, the stressful hardships co-exist with the sublime happiness of spending time with people that matter. Difficult, yes, but you could endure together. And then it suddenly stops. Not that you want it, sometimes it has to. Everything will be a memory: something you can forget or something you…
I hope this message finds you well. The world calls you millennials — and with your diverse skills, the possibilities are endless. Yet understandably, it is also a time of uncertainty since you are about to leave the comfort zone of the classroom. If you may have entertained doubts, everything is still alright. We live in a time when…
Public Schools: A Teacher’s Checklist of Concerns
As a student, I would dream of new pens, bags, shoes and sets of our school uniform every June. My heart would light up whenever I ran the palm of my hand on a thick and smooth pad paper, remembering those carefree moments: no stress, unbound by responsibilities, oblivious of unpaid bills but conscientious when it comes…
When the Teacher Is a Millennial
A young professional shares the journey from the industry to the academe, and the joy that serving students brings to oneself.
Lumads of Davao del Sur: Students without a School
“Tak tak tak.” It’s the sound of a bolo hitting the chopping block, reducing rotten and rejected bananas from the plantation into small, circular pieces. The chopping would go on all afternoon until the sun turned golden and the shadows of the banana trees envelop the little town of Hagonoy, Davao del Sur. Three boys would…
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