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Satellite systems and space development programs: a talk by Prof. Motoi Wada of Doshisha University

The Department of Physics of Ateneo de Manila University cordially invites you to

Art of Science and Engineering III: A Talk on Satellite Systems and Space Development Programs… 154 more words

Managing and Teaching Business Ethics: Global Trends and Challenges

Managing and Teaching Business Ethics: Global Trends and Challenges

Conference dates: JUNE 4-7, 2017

Manila, Philippines

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Accepting all submissions of Abstracts on any of the following topics: 277 more words

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AMBER magnetometer installation at MO Davao station and NAMRIA Magnetic Observatory

Two AMBER (African Meridian B-field Education and Research)  magnetometers were installed in the Philippines. The first was installed at Manila Observatory’s Davao station in Matina Hills in 12 February 2016 and the other at the Magnetic Observatory of the Philippine National Mapping and Resource Information Agency (NAMRIA), Muntinlupa in 13 June 2016. 1,084 more words

The Goal is Excellence: Preparing Students for the Real World.

Progressivism’s educational philosophy is closely patterned to Pragmatism. Since Progressivism focuses on the whole child and is catered to the student’s needs and interests, this is I think the best… 967 more words

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Sharing: Excerpt from “Motivating Students to Learn”

Before I start off, I would like to add this short statement I read from the Learning Links pdf file entitled “Motivating Students to Learn”. 256 more words

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How do we effectively motivate students?

So how do we motivate our students? 

This is I think every teacher’s dilemma. I am a math teacher so when I came across this peanuts picture, my paranoia arose again and I came to realize that maybe some of my students have done this already. 424 more words

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The BIG Question: An Ateneo ED 203 Foundations of Education Project

Unleash the blogger in me!

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This is an Ateneo ED 203 Foundations of Education digital portfolio project. I would like to thank ma’am Rita Atienza for giving me the chance to make my own blog and be philosophical on my career as an educator. 257 more words

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