Thursday, October 8, 2009

“Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared

Teaching strategies can help almost everyone involved in education. Experienced teachers need to learn about new techniques when renewing their certificates. Conversely, new teachers may want to have a reference for older theories that have worked well for others. In addition, parents interested in how their child learns may want to learn more about the teaching strategies being used in their child's classroom.
Precisely, there are some of the future teachers that presently used some teaching strategies for their teaching demonstration. And one of those, named Lenie Soriano Pensahan “LOVELY”. She is the daughter of Mr. Adelfo Signocan Pensahan and Mrs. Lydia Soriano Pensahan, was born in Kibangay, Lantapan Bukidnon on January 21, 1990. But presently, with her family they are resided in Tagbalili, Esperanza, Agusan Del Sur belonging of Higaonon tribe. This is the place where she grow until she reach in the age of nineteen (19). And she’s now studying in the University Of Southeastern Philippines (USEP), Mintal Davao City, taking up Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEED). Fortunately, she’s one of the grantees of the Pamulaan Center for the Indigenous Peoples’ Education.
She aimed to help her fellows IPs’ especially in terms of “education”. That’s why she is also hoping that through this little ways of teaching strategies will help her for her teaching profession someday… because, she is aiming “to touch one’s lives” even through teaching children in their respective communities. So, teachers must “teach by showing and learn by doing”. And she said to you that if children do not know how the way we teach, then we start teaching the way they learn. God bless us all...

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