Malaybalay City is the Summer Capital of the Philippines in the South. Its boundary in the East is Cabanglasan and the Pantaron Ranges, which isolates the Province of Bukidnon from the areas of Agusan del Sur and Davao Del Norte; in the West is the district of Lantapan and Mount Kitanglad; in the North is Impasug-ong; and in the South is Valencia City and San Fernando. The entire eastern and southwestern outskirts bordering Agusan del Sur and Davao del Norte is thickly forested mountains, which is one of the few remaining woodlands of Mindanao. SOURCE: http//philippinecities.com} Continue reading D’ Mountaineers: Moving beyond Limit
We all face rejection in life. And sometimes, it really hurts getting rejected. Like everyone else, I also have several experiences of rejection. I remember the time I applied for a job after graduation. I expected much because I was told to come back for the second round but I was not chosen. I felt frustrated and started to lose confidence in myself. Continue reading Effective way of handling rejection
Philosophies in Education specifically the Pragmatist point of view highlights the importance of doing scientific and systematic ways of studying diversified phenomena in order to give answers to existing questions. It also brings innovative changes and improve further the status quo. This educative and methodical endeavor is commonly called research. The term brings a lot of virtual images in mind and even to the extent of considering it as a burden. Doing research is not only for intellectual individuals, who are sharp in numbers, statistics and in methods of researches. It is everybody’s business in a system nowadays. With these misconceptions in mind about research, everybody tends to be destitute and anxious. Continue reading Action Research: A Requirement or for Sustained Development?
A REFLECTION: Relationships matter: go (teacher impart), grow (students engage), and glow (school support)
The success of students is also success for teachers. The school environment is a strong influence in the academic performance of students. Continue reading Relationship in School Matter
The parents who rear and nurture the children with outmost love and care dwell in the community. Parents are primarily responsible in providing their children with basic knowledge and teaching them right attitudes and values. While the school nourishes the child’s attitudes and values by enriching the physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual needs. Continue reading The School Needs the Support of the Community