Ana Rose Alvaro

Ana Rose was born and raised in the Philippines. A simple Filipina who was born with a natural love for books and languages.
 
teacher educational leadership philosophy
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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

Philippines Actions on Education for All
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Philippine’s Actions On Education For All

There’s so much we can learn from our life journeys. Having chosen a career as a teacher, it has opened my eyes more and make me more aware on the essentials of having a good education. Growing up in a poor family, the thing that I only wanted to do was  to finish my education. I was raised with … Read More

k to 12 curriculum and its implementation issues
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K TO 12 CURRICULUM AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES

Change. This has been described as the only thing that is constant in this world. In all aspects of our life, there have always been changes or transformations. There was the National Elementary School Curriculum and the New Secondary Education Curriculum when I studied from primary up to the secondary level. Not long after, it was replaced … Read More

leadership and management what is the difference
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Leadership and Management: What’s the Difference?

“Management is doing things right, leadership is doing the right things” – Warren Bennis and Peter Drucker This is the year that has changed my life, starting in the month of June. I had already had an increase in my duties and responsibilities. From having only three teachers within the Department assigned to me when I was still in the Junior High School to having seven, with more in the future here in Senior High … Read More

Book Review Heart in Two Places by Gemma Nemenzo
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Review on Heart in Two Places- An Immigrant’s Journey by Gemma Nemenzo

Stories at their finest.  A solid compendium of the lives and routines of a skillful writer and  a deep thinker. Gemma Nemenzo has plethora of ideas which was generously shared in her book. A curator of intelligence, her pieces of advice are substantial. Through reading this insightful collections, I feel like I gained pivotal perspectives. … Read More

THE AGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ITS IMPACT ON EDUCATION
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The Age of Technology and its Impact on Education

My formal teaching experience in a secondary school started after I successfully passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET). From that time on, I have witnessed how the technology unfolded many opportunities in my profession as a teacher. My school is situated quite far from the Division Office. Since we were not yet blessed with limitless internet … Read More