Homeschooling

Unboxing Our Mini Wikahon-A

One of my realizations as first time homeschooling parent teacher is that Filipino, sadly, is the hardest to teach despite it being our native tongue at home. Unlike most families I meet in our community, we talk in Filipino more than half the time, speaking in our second language, English, only when our lessons are… Continue reading Unboxing Our Mini Wikahon-A

Geology

Breaking My Prejudice Through Science in the Service of My People

When I took up Geology, all I ever expected to experience was that I'd travel around, take rock samples, identify rock formations, measure faults and fractures, create geologic maps, and write reports. That's it. There won't be a lot of human interactions, at the personal level, whatsoever. Purely professional. No one was allowed to get… Continue reading Breaking My Prejudice Through Science in the Service of My People

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Homeschooling

How to Write in Baybayin with Free Worksheets

This month, my local homeschooling coop requested I teach them Baybayin as part of our monthly meet-up activity. Although I didn't know how to write the Baybayin scripts, I relented because I have been wanting to study it for years. Now that I'm my kids' teacher now, I decided it was about time to grab… Continue reading How to Write in Baybayin with Free Worksheets