All Blog Posts Tagged 'School' (26)

Claretians set foot on Assumption grounds to share what Robotics is all about.

Claret School of Quezon City where I teach is an all boys school. Assumption Antipolo on the other hand is an all girls school. Claret is located in a city near malls, movie houses, bars and restaurants and other conveniences as well as inconveniences (traffic, pollution, etc). Assumption is located 900 feet above sea level, in a mountain far from today's modern living, no malls, no traffic what you get are birds nesting on trees and clean air. Last Wednesday March 4, 2009, the two worlds meet.… Continue

Added by Roxan Cosico on March 7, 2009 at 7:30pm — No Comments

A Meeting with 7th Grade Parents Around the Theme, "Teens and the Internet"

Hi ya'll,

Just wanted to invite ya'll to a little wiki I put together on the fly for an hour long meetup with concerned parents of my wonderful K12 school. There are a few resources, mostly gleaned from my PLN on twitter (and from personal experience with them) that you are welcome to use, to share and even to add to--the wiki's currently wide open.

It's at… Continue

Added by Scott Merrick on January 15, 2009 at 1:00pm — No Comments

School Reform and the IBM Selectric

During a recent evening of channel surfing, I stumbled across a great show on the History Channel dealing with the development of the typewriter. I knew some about the history of the typewriter, including the fact that they key placement was designed to slow the typist down so that they machine could keep up and that key jams would be lessened.

The IBM Selectric was a revolution. No more jammed keys! Instead, IBM thought of a new way to make the typewriter work better -- put the… Continue

Added by Tom Welch on January 1, 2009 at 9:14am — 1 Comment

MBA the integral of education

The integral part of education the fundamental of human being education start with his home taught by his parents and guardians basically that knowledge is values and family relations. Entering school is the first step of learning; this step is the foundation of his ability. Able to write, read, draw, identify, solve, analyze and so on. Molding and nourishing ones capability depend of the school and universities where he can gain values and competent.…


Added by jolina on December 2, 2008 at 6:15pm — No Comments

Technology in education-How far are we?

Cross posted on

Its a tech world now. We are all trapped in this heavily wired world (now getting wireless). At homes, at workplaces, be it anywhere, its technology all the way. In education, its essentially the computer when we talk of technology in education. Information is just a click away, so why not make the most of it? In the classrooms, instruction for all subjects integrating the computer still needs to be put together by the… Continue

Added by Varnika Kapoor on January 12, 2008 at 2:30am — No Comments

Patriotism in the Curriculum

Cross posted on

I was just wondering how much of our curriculum is devoted to patriotism? How many children know about the heroes of war? How many do a follow up to see what the families are going through? Those who have fought and died while fighting, do we know about them? Do schools tell stories of their valour? To tell stories could kindle a feeling of inquisitiveness, to know more about those people who have actually left their homes, and loved ones to be… Continue

Added by Varnika Kapoor on September 17, 2007 at 2:30am — No Comments

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