Online Classes for Preschoolers: What parents should know

The online class is one of the options you have for your preschooler while this pandemic is still raging on. But if you think that online class is not yet appropriate for you preschooler, you can opt-out of it. There are other options for you and your kid, you can still pursue his education by... Continue Reading →

Preparing Your Child for Online Examination

Photo by August de Richelieu on Pexels.com Our children are in a different ball game right now in their quest for education. The online class is strangely new, what more with the online examination? Our children need us more than ever in this period of their education. How do you make sure that your child... Continue Reading →

READ SMART SERIES

CRITICAL READING CAN BE DEVELOPED EVEN AT A YOUNG AGE. The Read Smart Series are reading worksheets for preschool level up to primary level ( Preschool, Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2 and Grade 3); these consist of four stages, namely: Joyful Riser, Smart Starter, Race Runners and High Flyers. The sections consist of Brain Teaser,... Continue Reading →

Start Your Online Class Right

Who says that online teaching is easy? If you are a teacher who have grown old teaching in the four corners of the classroom, a borderless classroom is madness! You’d rather quit, right? But quitting is just a spur of the moment thought, because knowing you, a dedicated teacher, you can’t just abandon the greatest... Continue Reading →

Long Vowel Sounds Reading Worksheets

The Read Smart Series are reading worksheets for preschool level up to primary level ( Preschool, Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2 and Grade 3). These consist of four stages, namely: Joyful Riser, Smart Starter, Race Runners and High Flyers. The RSS-Joyful Riser, Level 3C, has 57 pages of worksheets on LONG VOWELS SOUNDS. Each lesson is consists... Continue Reading →

Teach your child reading readiness with these worksheets!

The RSS-Joyful Riser, Level 2, has 58 pages of worksheets on beginning letter sounds. The sequencing of lesson/letters is researched-based and follows the standard phonetics sequencing. AT the end of every four letters is an evaluation called Check-Up Time. These worksheets develop not just reading competencies but also critical reading and high order thinking skills.... Continue Reading →

Hey, you teacher! Are you OK?

If you are feeling confused, afraid and anxious, you are not alone. A lot of teachers are feeling what you are feeling right now. With this pandemic still raging on and affecting every facets of society, most specially the profession where you are most familiar with--teaching, it is normal to feel this way. Many of... Continue Reading →

On Teacher Leadership

  In my own mind, the judgments I form are held together by my ego; by giving them an aim, or by saying how it is that they follow each other, it directs and organizes them into a space of relation. The leader occupies an analogous position to the collective. The central concern of leadership,... Continue Reading →

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