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We are gamers

I can’t believe this will be my last official column of the year already. With that said, this week’s column will be about people who play games, instead of individual games. 626 more words

Volume Cxii

Western Visayas Classic Slated April 25 In Manila  

FOR decades, Negros Occidental and Iloilo has been the source of talents of Philippine football.

On April 25, the two provinces will be honored with the staging of the Western Visayas Classic: Iloilo-Negros Occidental All-Star Football Match at the Rizal Memorial Stadium. 346 more words


PFF Discussion: Academic Dishonesty

In class, we talked about how high stakes, such as keeping a scholarship or simply getting a good grade, lead to desperation which in turn could lead to cheating. 279 more words


PFF Reflection #9: Teaching Philosophy Statement

This course has been hugely beneficial for me in that I have become more aware of the reasoning behind why teachers do what they do in a classroom. 650 more words


PFF Reflection #8: Syllabus Design and Use

For this reflection, I’ll focus particularly on the English syllabi I’ve had, since English is my major. In my experience with different English syllabi over the years, I’ve found that English professors hardly pay attention to any uniform structure when it comes to writing up their syllabi. 556 more words


PFF Reflection #7: Grading and Rubrics

In my opinion, grading plans and rubrics are very much defined by the subject field you are teaching. For many science or math courses, I would expect that defining a grading scale and drawing up rubrics would be much easier. 596 more words