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 […]

Design Thinking: The Perfect Wallet

During the ICT Conference on Creativity and Innovation Conference, I attended a session on Design Thinking facilitated by the Habi Education Lab. Founded by Gerson Abesamis, Karol Mark Yee and Clifton Esteban, Habi Education Lab “works with schools and organizations to promote a culture of lifelong learning and innovation” through their various professional development programs. […]

8 Hacks on How to Teach Google Apps

Did you ever discover something, like a secret burger recipe or a new restaurant, that you can’t stop talking about it? The same thing happened to me when I learned about the use of Google apps for Education. But unlike the secret burger recipe, teaching others about Google apps is a bit more challenging especially […]

6 Creativity and Innovation Ideas in Education

On November 21-22, 2014, I attended the ICT Conference on Creativity & Innovation in Philippine Education at the De La Salle University Manila. This was hosted by UNESCO Bangkok (UNESCO Philippine Resource Distribution and Training Center) and co-hosted by six Philippine universities, namely: De La Salle University Manila, University of the Philippines, Mariano Marcos State […]