Q&A: Aurelius Yeo

Our featured educator’s name is taken from the Latin word aureus which means golden or gilded. Indeed, Aurelius Yeo’s ten-year experience in education is undeniably nothing but brilliant. As a Google Certified Teacher and an Apple Distinguished Educator in Singapore, he is continuously making a large contribution in the field of educational technology. School: School […]

Q&A: Cris Tanjutco

Recognizing educational inequality as a global problem, Teach for All is a movement to train quality teachers who will serve not just as role models but as an inspiration for students to become future leaders.  With dozens of countries supporting the same cause, Teach for All is striving to be true to its vision which is  “one […]

Q&A: Craig Kemp

Our featured educator for this month’s Q&A is making waves in social media. Craig Kemp is an ed-chat rockstar in Twitter. This New Zealand born educator now lives in Singapore and leads in the use of ICT in education in the school where he is now based. As a Google Certified Teacher (GTASEA2014) and a […]

Q&A: Gerson Abesamis

After writing about Design Thinking and the Perfect Wallet exercise, I am featuring one of the founders of the featured education lab last week. Gerson Abesamis, co-counder of Habi Education Lab, describes their non-profit organization as one that “seeks to bring innovation to Philippine schools through design thinking workshops and grassroots partnerships with design and […]

Q&A: Steven Sutantro

Steven Sutantro is a social studies teacher and an Edtech enthusiast. He was one of the young educators who attended the Google Teacher Academy Southeast Asia (GTASEA14) in Manila, Philippines. Steven is also the GEG community leader for GEG West Jakarta. In the early years of his teaching career, Steven has already made significant contribution […]

Q&A: Jay Atwood

For an educator who loves to tell stories using data, Jay Atwood is passionate about using technology to transform collected data into meaningful visual representations. When I met him as our lead learner in Google Teacher Academy, he taught us how to use Google Sheets, Drawings and Drive Apps in converting raw data into a […]

Q&A: Jennie Magiera

A new segment for this blog named  Q&A an Educator  is launched today. This series is patterned after LifeHackers’ How I Work series and is designed to generate stories to inspire other educators. The interview is performed through Google Docs wherein I get to collaborate with the interviewee for this blog post. I am deeply […]