Education fair opens European doors to Filipino students

Thinking about studying abroad? Begin your school hunt with this fair. Last year, my singing group called Perfect Blend, was invited to open the activities with the Philipoine National Anthem and the EU Hymn. Looking forward to attend this fair once again next week. And here’s why. The 2018 European Higher Education Fair (EHEF) is […]

What ‘Progressive’ Means for Britesparks International School

The word “progressive” signifies that something is newer, better adapted to the times than whatever it is being compared against. These days, the idea of sending children to a “progressive school”, understandably, is something some parents might still be hesitant to subscribe to, given that the term might make it sound like some fad method. […]

Math made fun at Mathemagis

Find Math boring? Well, not in this “school.” We started enrolling Aria in Mathemagis when she turned four. Though not continuously, we are grateful for what Mathemagis has contributed to Aria’s study habits. Especially in her writing. Mathemagis is a Singapore Maths tutorial center where kids can get a kickstart in loving and living Math. […]

REVIEW: Primomo Washable Crayons

We got some new crayons to try out, and give a review on. What fun it is to write on this blog! Here they are, Primomo Washable Crayons made in Japan! So, the crayons are supposed to be non-toxic, worry-free, and keeps hands clean. They are also washable, easy to hold, scented, and erasable. Time to […]

Online Javascript Course for Beginners

Javascript is the programming language of the HTML and the web. Back then, I thought that learning Javascript was only for the gamer nerds. I felt I can never learn it. But fret not, because there is an online course for the curious cats like I am who’d like to learn about Javascript. Through the […]

Study International Education Fair 2015

Just like many others, I also dreamt to study abroad at one point in my life. With the many travels I’ve done, and seeing and experiencing local life in Europe, it can be possible. Though at this point, I think about my daughter, and hope and pray that she gets to experience studying abroad earlier. Of course, […]

Manila Workshops: Your alternative classroom experience

  For my husband and I, learning opportunities outside the academe are highly regarded. We both invest in attending workshops, masterclasses (in my case as a classical singer), seminars, and the like. One of the greatest discoveries we had was Manila Workshops, which has currently a strong lineup of workshop topics, workshop series, which caters to almost […]

Manila Workshops: The Art of Storytelling

For someone who grew up in the Batibot Generation (yes, 1980s, I won’t deny), Kuya Bodjie is everybody’s big brother, telling you stories, singing songs, and teaching lessons. Wonder how he tells great stories? Then this workshop is for you. Workshop Details Date: Friday, May 29, 2015 Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Venue: Spaces […]

Educents celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week

Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! The teaching profession is one vocation very close to my heart, as I am also one. The passion, dedication, patience, and love they give to students is really unimaginable, and very admirable. Just last week, one of my dearest teachers in grade school passed away, and some of my classmates and […]

Introducing the NEW Educents Marketplace

I just received an email from the founders of Educents, Kate and Kaitlyn, with some really exciting news. Until today, Educents was a website for parents and educators to take advantage of daily deals. But those deals expired… And there were only 50 deals available at once… I wanted saving money to be even EASIER. […]