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Hello and Welcome to Roads and Pages
I am Ana Rose and I decided to start this blog last 2016 to feed my creative appetite in writing.
I am an educator, blogger, wanderer and self-professed full-time reader. My goal is to provide quality information and inspiration to everyone who will come across my blog. I hope that you enjoy your stay.
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Latest Blog Posts
Towards a Colorful and Brighter 2020
Even though I know that this post is long overdue, I still wanted to wish everyone Happy New Year and Congratulations. As well on reaching the end of one year and the start of another, it is also the start of a new decade. 2019 was full of ups and downs, but look, we made it! 2018 was the most heartbreaking year for … Read More
Why Everyone Should Consider Wearing a Sun Cream Protection
Going outside into the sunshine should be fun and should be encouraged. However, prolonged exposure to sunlight can be harmful. People should be warned to ensure that the skin is properly protected. Therefore the careful use of a good skin care product is essential. Sun Cream Protection products will always be our skin’s best friend. … Read More
Weaving the Connections Between Culture and Language
The ability of humans to think rationally and to use language to communicate are the factors that made them stand out among the other living creatures. Humans, unlike animals, are given high intellect to solve problems and communicate solutions with other humans. They are rational beings capable of thinking and analyzing situations. Human beings are … Read More
Technology and its Various Roles in Education
Gone are the days when attaining a formal education just meant that a student must stay within the four walls of a classroom inside a school building. Technology changed the way people view education and learning. Through the rapid development in technology, those things, which seemed impossible before, became possible in this present generation. The teachers become mere facilitators guiding students on how … Read More
Learnings and Goals to Kick Start 2019
I wanted to make a few minutes to thank you for supporting, following, and reading the blog posts that I wrote for this year. I also wanted to send you my wish for you and your family a prosperous New Year! Well, this is it! The last blog post for 2018.. It’s been another amazing … Read More
A Teacher’s Educational Leadership Philosophy
In 2013, the Philippine government implemented a change that created controversies from different spectrums in the country. The K to 12 curriculum was implemented extending the basic education cycle from ten to twelve years. As a result, the rate of college enrollees decreased since the majority of the students who were supposed to be already in first … Read More