Has quality of education improved?

n 1993, a ranking academician, citing a study of the Congressional Commission to Study and Assess Philippine Education (EDCOM), and other data from the then Department of Education, Culture and Sports, observed that Filipino students were not learning much

The teacher and technology in education

The obvious solution to improving cost effectiveness, efficiency, and learning effectiveness is information technology. This however is a new modality that cannot be governed by antiquated rules, or prepared for in the same way as before. More than technology, the most important participant is the teacher, who has to shift from the traditional role of … Continue reading…