STUDENTS AND BLOGGING: DOs before Your Students Start Blogging

Jessa Laure Anne Palo | November 3, 2016 at 10:26 am

  So now you are thinking of making your students start blogging. However, thinking of putting your students out there is pretty scary. In the digital age, we can’t guarantee that everybody is safe, nor guarantee that the internet is child-friendly. Just looking at cyberbullying statistics is scary enough, what more knowing the effects of cyberbullying? According to a research done by ditchthelabel.org, seven out of ten young people age 13–22 have been a victim…


5 Ways to Appreciate Your Teachers

Jessa Laure Anne Palo | September 30, 2016 at 5:17 pm

Since 1994, the World Teacher’s Day has been celebrated on October 5 to honor the men and women who influenced our lives and taught us what we know. On her article, Marina Benipayo, a mom and a lecturer at the School of Fashion and Arts (SoFA), said that her unforgettable professor chose to be the villain to bring out the hero in her students. We may sometimes misunderstand our teachers, but at the end of…


Websites that can Help you in your Lesson Plan

Jessa Laure Anne Palo | September 23, 2016 at 5:08 pm

Lesson plan is a teacher’s blueprint on how the lesson should go. It contains the topic’s objective, activities, and evaluation rubrics. With a lesson plan in hand, grading student’s performance is kept fair, the teacher’s confidence and professionalism are established and the lesson’s flow is controlled. Having a lesson plan on every class is necessary, but making one can be dreadful. In an article by Daily Mail Online, 70% of teachers in the UK pulls…