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Exhibit energizes visitors

Learning  how nuclear energy works with the  press of a button

The importance of sustainability and innovation for the future of energy, technology and mobility was highlighted in the recent Shell Energy Lab (SEL).

Posted: February 17th, 2014 in Headlines,Learning | Read More »

Birds and bees talk must begin at home

HEADMASTER Andrew Mullins

Parents should be the first to teach their children about sexuality, an education expert said.

Posted: February 3rd, 2014 in Headlines,Learning | Read More »

Unleashing the creative and innovative mind

PALILEO    Stephen Norries A. Padilla

For media practitioners who have deadlines to beat every day, coming up with an idea and delivering the news in a creative manner are recurring challenges.

Posted: November 18th, 2013 in Headlines,Learning | Read More »

Education will help curb teen pregnancy

JANETTE Garin and Michael Tan, with young parents Richard Bautista and Jeah Gargarita and their 3-year-old daughter Stephen Norries A. Padilla/Contributor

Jeah Gargarita stopped schooling when she was 17, after giving birth to her first child.

Posted: November 4th, 2013 in Headlines,Learning | Read More »

Young scientists prepare for climate change

PIZARRO (center, in orange shirt and black jacket) with  delegates to the Hyundai New Thinkers Summit who submitted project proposals to protect the environment and help local communities as well

The best 20 science project proposals from some of the country’s brightest young minds are moving to the next phase of the first Hyundai New Thinkers Summit on April 22-28 next year.

Posted: October 21st, 2013 in Headlines,Learning | Read More »

Canada education fair set in Makati City

GERRITS  Stephen Norries A. Padilla

Today, October 22, from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., the Embassy of Canada is holding an education fair at the Fairmont Hotel in Makati City.

Posted: October 21st, 2013 in Headlines,Learning | Read More »

For history teachers, a walk with bits of theater, humor


Elementary school teachers from across Metro Manila got a hilarious, occasionally irreverent, refresher course on Philippine history courtesy of controversial tour guide Carlos Celdran.

Posted: September 30th, 2013 in Editors' Picks,Headlines,Learning | Read More »

Education to restore the Mangyan’s identity


Sixteen-year-old Allan Agaw dreams of getting a college degree like other young Filipinos. But unlike many of them, he wants to complete his studies to be able to give back to his community someday.

Posted: August 12th, 2013 in Headlines,Learning | Read More »

Right connection eases teachers’ load


Teachers in higher education who complain about the heaps of student papers they have to check and grade can now heave a sigh of relief.

Posted: August 5th, 2013 in Headlines,Learning | Read More »

Decoding Da Vinci

THE ENIGMATIC “Mona Lisa,” Da Vinci’s best-known work

Students and researchers trying to learn more about Leonardo da Vinci need not fret if they cannot afford to fly to Europe to see and study his famous inventions and paintings.

Posted: July 29th, 2013 in Headlines,Learning | Read More »

A sweet plan to build a high school

IN TUNE with education (above) Black Eyed Peas’ apl.de.ap with  Rivera; at right is Chandran

The government will have one less school to worry about after these three private institutions have built a public high school in an impoverished province in Mindanao.

Posted: July 8th, 2013 in Headlines,Learning | Read More »

For rookie legislators, a detour to DAP for basic lessons in public service

ROBREDO discusses Naga City’s budget

As students start a new academic year, some newly elected public officials are also back in school to learn the basics of governance and prepare for their stints as public servants.

Posted: June 17th, 2013 in Headlines,Learning | Read More »

Private schools have more leeway with new curriculum

Private schools, like the St. Mary’s College of Baliuag (SMCB) in Bulacan province, are given the leeway to innovate as much as they can so long as they inform the DepEd, says Myrna Bondad, high school principal SMCB.

For some private schools, abiding by the directives of the Department of Education (DepEd) to implement certain features of the K to 12 curriculum was a matter of discretion.

Posted: June 4th, 2013 in Latest News Stories,Nation | Read More »

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