Philippines is one of the affected countries who shifted into the new normal of living. A lot of changes have happened in many aspects of society since then. The medical field are suffering from lack of man power due to the deaths of many of our frontliners, the gap between the rich and the poor has widened and confusions regarding how the new academic school year would start during this pandemic.Continue reading PADAYON: A Teacher Serye→
During this time of despair and chaotic experiences, many of us especially the youth are being challenged in terms of our Emotional Intelligence (EI). Emotional intelligence (otherwise known as emotional quotient or EQ) is the ability to understand, use, and manage your own emotions in positive ways to relieve stress, communicate effectively, empathize with others, overcome challenges and defuse conflict. Continue reading Get through COVID-19 with Emotional Intelligence→
A massive exhaustion was what this year has brought us.
The clock ticked 12 midnight during the 1st of January—people were merry-making. Fireworks filled the sky with myriads of colors and everyone hoped and prayed for a year of blessings, opportunities and of course happiness. But everything went the opposite way around. Forest fires. Civic threats. Earthquakes. Floods. The worst, COVID-19—the pandemic.Continue reading A Resonating Hope→
“Education must continue.” – Sec. Leonor M. Briones
COVID-19 brought so much attention to the world’s scenarios transforming every aspect into NEW NORMAL. However, education services in spite of the shifts in the conduct and implementation of activities, events, procedures and programs still managed to cope up with the demand of the system. Making use of the “LAG TIME” is so visible among DepEd Personnel that even in the delivery of learning is possible amidst this pandemic.Continue reading Malaybalay City Division’s Version in Support to Distance Learning→