“Life moves on and so should we” – Spencer Johnson, Who moved my cheese? The site has moved to http://www.teachertina.net ! All the content from this blog and more exciting things are also there! So hurry and click it!
My good friend Maricel Laxa-Pangilinan debuts in radio tomorrow, April 21, in a DZMM 630 TeleRadyo show called “Kapamilya Konek”. This show will tackle every issue regarding family life as Maricel is known to be an advocate in good parenting. Not only that! Like me, she is also a Master of Family Life Child Development […]
This is the story of the Empty Notebook… Once upon a time, there was a boy who went to school from Monday to Friday. In his bag was an empty notebook which he brought to school everyday. On Monday, the boy learned how to count and subtract because his Math teacher read him a story […]
Recently, I asked a friend why he was transferring his daughter back to a traditional school even if his daughter is clearly having a great time in a progressive school. His answer floored me, “I want her to have more HOMEWORK.” Wow. Really?! You would transfer your child to a system that clearly is not […]
I counted the months that I’ve been gone from this blog and the answer is 9. It’s like I was pregnant and now I’ve given birth. The number one rule in blogging is never have a post that says “Sorry I haven’t written in a while… ” But here I am writing it anyway. So, […]
How to Build a Progressive Preschool Seminar April 12-14, 2012 (9:00 am to 4:00 pm) Aurora Function Room, Quezon City Sports Club, E. Rodriguez Avenue, Quezon City (a shuttle from the original venue, Ateneo de Manila, will be available to bring participants to the new venue) Teacher Tina Zamora, directress and founder of Nest School, […]
The Department of Education under the directive of Bro. Armin Luistro is headstrong in implementing a k+12 program. All I can say is.. it’s about time! The Philippines is the only Asian country that has 10 years of formal education compared to our international neighbors having 12. This hit close to home when my eldest […]