By Rudolf S. Songcayawon
I was nit-picking and scribbling some notes on my students’ writing output when a colleague said, “You’re so patient with editing. But you know what? My professor in graduate school told us not to correct students’ writings. He said students would lose confidence in their writing.”
By Marnelli A. Bautista
Many schoolchildren struggle with reading and need specific intervention. The right kind of help is only possible after an intensive reading assessment.
By Gianna R. Montinola
Marina Marquez dedicated her life to education, from the time she joined Assumption College in 1960 as an English teacher for Grades 3, 4 and 7.
By Jeannette I. Andrade
With its more than 24 million learners nationwide, the Department of Education (DepEd) held a series of three-day workshops for some 200 disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM) coordinators to help ensure the students’ safety.
By Camille Anne M. Arcilla
While many writers would name their stories’ characters after loved ones or friends, a best-selling author revealed to her audience at International School Manila (ISM) that she looked to cyberspace for inspiration.