Teachers Point of View

Enhancing Teacher’s Instructional Skills thru Instructional Supervision

  • Written by Irene E. De Leon

Effective Instructional Supervision involves raising student achievement and creating valuable educational opportunities for students. A school administrator would also provide supports to teachers through not only workshops, but also by being available to the teachers and fostering growth by completing walkthroughs and clinical supervisions – William Dewitt

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Reinventing the Way Teachers Teach and Students Learn

  • Written by Antonietta D. Garcia

"A massive amount of research has made it clear how people learn and don't learn. All human beings learn by doing, analyzing, talking, processing, and problem-solving. Talking at kids never has been and never will be an effective way to help them learn." (Reeder, from Salpeter, 2003)

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Teaching internet safety; Protecting young students against virtual danger

  • Written by Antonietta D. Garcia

With children spending time online at younger and younger ages, it is vital that we explicitly teach young children how to protect themselves online. Most young children get the "Stranger Danger" talk at school, so they know about how to handle strangers in their neighborhood and in face-to-face situations.

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Rural Education in Philippines

  • Written by Sheryl D. Basco

About 80% of the Filipino poor live in the rural areas of the country. These are towns located deep in the mountains and the rice fields. The population density in the rural parts of the country is low, and there is a corresponding deficiency in schools and classrooms. Public school is free, but families still cannot afford to send their children for a complicated network of reasons.

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Impact of Technology in Classroom Instruction

  • Written by Sheryl D. Basco

There’s no disputing that digital technology plays a major role in education. Millions of students are using personal computers, tablets and even smartphones to research and complete assignments, communicate with each other and with teachers about their courses and sometimes collaborate on school projects. But that still leaves plenty of room for disagreement on whether technology should play a major role in the classroom itself—that is, whether teachers should rely on digital tools for a significant portion of their classroom instruction.

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Be A Gracious Giver

  • Written by Amelia L. Reyes

“It is better to give than to receive”. Are you familiar with that adage? Are you a cheerful giver or the other way around, just an eager receiver.

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