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Is a Web Development Course for You?

Friday, December 23, 2022

     As parents, one of the things that we look forward to when it comes to our son's education is the tertiary level. Aside from the career path that he will choose, we also consider other factors like the location of the school and the expenses that will incur. That's why choosing a course that is in demand and relevant five or ten years from now will always be at top of the list. Living in a modern world, surrounded by computers and gadgets, we need skilled individuals who are well-versed in the field of computers and technology. 

     If my memory serves me right, the in-demand course when I graduated from secondary school was B.S. Computer Science and twenty years later, computer-related courses are the most sought courses in college. Fast forward to today, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with a specialization in Web Development provides students with the technical and design-related skills needed for a career in the web, software development, and computer science industries. Why take up BS in IT with a specialization in web development? Click continue to read more.

Is Web Development Course for You?
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How to Choose the Best School for your Child

Monday, December 19, 2022

     Where your child goes to school is a big decision and shouldn’t be taken lightly. Given how their education can impact their future, you might be tempted to take control and decide for them. However, you might be doing more damage than helping them in the long run.

     Your job as parents is to support them throughout the process so they can choose their path and find an educational institution that will not only make them happy, but also bring out the best in them as they prepare for real life. Here are helpful ways you can help determine the best school for your child without going overboard:

How to Choose the Best School for your Child

Rex Education Launches “Little Explorers” to Educate and Empower Homes on Early Childhood Education

Sunday, December 11, 2022

     Scientific studies have shown that 90% of a child’s brain development happens before the age of five. From 1 to 2 years old, babies begin to explore and discover things. At 2.5 to 3 years old, toddlers start to develop their personality and expand their vocabulary. When they turn 3.5 years old, they start to interact with other kids and adults.

     This underscores how vital early childhood education (ECE) is for every child’s lifelong learning development. In fact, a 2019 study published by Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) found that learners who were reported to perform early literacy and numeracy tasks very well scored over one standard deviation higher than their peers who could not do these tasks well. This is proof that the urgency of calling attention to ECE is not just a local conversation, but something that is being championed in the international scene.

Rex Education Launches “Little Explorers” to Educate and Empower Homes on Early Childhood Education
(L-R) Don Timothy Buhain - Chief Executive Officer, Rex Education, Atty. Dominador Buhain - Chairman, Rex Education, Maye Yao Co Say - Chief Operating Officer, Richwell Phils. Group of Companies, Stephanie Alviso - Representative from Woop Mama Club Philippines and Cornelio Robert Briz General Manager, Rex Education- Early Chidlhood Education Unit.

PLDT turns over Home WiFi Prepaid units to DepEd for teachers’ online classes

Saturday, February 27, 2021

     PLDT Home, through the PLDT Smart Foundation (PSF), recently turned over to the Department of Education (DepEd) one thousand units of Home WiFi Prepaid to enable public school teachers to experience a faster and more reliable internet connection as they conduct online classes, part of the DepEd’s blended learning strategy in these pandemic times.

     “We are happy to assist the DepEd and its teachers in conducting online classes and facilitating learning among students amid the restrictions brought about by the current pandemic. Our support to the country’s dedicated and hardworking teachers has always been profound. Our gratitude to them, immeasurable. The PLDT Home WiFi Prepaid will definitely help them manage digital education and reliably connect with their students,” said PSF President Ma. Esther O. Santos.

PLDT turns over Home WiFi Prepaid units to DepEd for teachers’ online classes
Shown in photo during the turn-over of PLDT Home WiFi Prepaid units to the Department of Education are, from left, DepEd Undersecretary Tonisito Umali, PLDT-Smart Foundation President Ma. Esther Santos and PLDT Home Product Manager Kristine Rementilla.

How To Keep Your Mind Sharp

Saturday, October 24, 2020

    Walking into a room again because you forgot what you came for the first time is the common “elderly” moment we have all felt. But is it alarming enough to assume you have a cognitive decline? Various studies prove that weak memory is not a sign of growing age but neural decline. In the words of a layman, if you do not engage in memory-based practices for your brain, it will lose its charm.

     However, there are several basic habits that you can change to improve memory. The age-old remedy of having seven almonds a day might actually have some truth to it. Diet, exercise, active cognitive functions, and your stress levels affect your memory. Memory weakness is as frustrating as it can get. Whether it is failing to recall a familiar name in a conversation or forgetting the kettle on the stove. If you, too, are going through such cognitive changes, then here are some strategies you might try!

How To Keep Your Mind Sharp


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