The Phil. Homeschool Conference 2017: Educating for the World of Tomorrow

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The Homeschool Association of the Philippine Islands, or HAPI, is an organization that hopes “to see home education recognised as an available and respected form of education, shaping leaders and movers who will build our nation.”

HAPI aims to do this by equipping organisations and homeschooling groups in growing the national movement and, thus, build the nation through homeschooling.

 

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Designs For The Pool

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Whether you live in a quiet rural neighborhood or a bustling city with traffic at all times of the day and night, there are several options if you want a pool installed. The first thing that you should consider is the budget that you have to work with as this will determine the kind of pool that you could have in the yard, such as an in-ground pool compared to one that is above the ground. Read this article »

Big Savings with Groupon Coupons

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Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine.

Our family has been homeschooling for eight years now and truth be told, this is one of the major decisions that we made as a family that has made the most impact in our life. While the quality of education is one of our reasons why we home school, another reason is because it is the most practical. Prudence is one characteristic we try our best to value. Read this article »

Global City Innovative College Applies 21st Century Learning to Senior High School

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Six or seven years in elementary + four years in high school + four years in college.

That’s the equation that most of us are familiar with. But the Philippine government has modified the formula with the recent addition of two more years in high school. Beginning school year 2016, students will not be accepted into college unless they finish grades 11 and 12. And high school diplomas will only be issued to graduates of grade 12. The mandate on Grades 11 and 12 or what is collectively referred to as Senior High School has caused confusion and elicited a lot of complaints from parents and students.

But is it really such a bad thing? “Senior high school will allow our graduates to meet the global standard requirement of twelve years of basic education. It will let Filipinos be globally competitive. Those who want to work abroad will not have to take additional state examinations or certifications and will receive commensurate compensation,” rationalized Engr. Mike Tan, Global City Innovative College (GIC) President, during a meeting with a group of parent writers. Read this article »

Why Homeowners Are Choosing Contractors Over Do-It-Yourself

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When it comes time to make those important renovations to the home, homeowners have a handful of options. Many are trying to find a contractor now because they aren’t comfortable doing things on their own. Others are taking a major risk and doing their home improvement job on their own. This is a choice that could potentially save money if the homeowner knows what he’s doing. For the majority of homeowners, though, it’s not possible to complete a home project on one’s own without going over budget and going way over deadline. These two reasons are primarily why so many people are choosing good contractors over do-it-yourself options.

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Music Practice

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Some may say that homeschooling will give us more time for other things to do. On the contrary, for some reason, our schedule is almost always full that we find ourselves not having enough time for extra-curricular activities even if our homeschooling schedule is not so rigid to begin with.

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Home school desk makeover

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From the time that our son was less than a year old, we have trained him to pack away. At 10 years old, he’s expected to be considerably an expert at this. For some reason, in this department, it is still hit and miss. I think he’s gotten used to me being around to remind me of his responsibility. For the most part, it’s not uncommon for me to get frustrated over how this home office looks like.

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Points to Choose the Best Essay Writing Service

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When you need to cope with some writing assignment but have no time or it just seems too complicated, the right decision is to find the best essay writing service and ensure this task to them. Paying the Company quite reasonable price, you can get professionally written paper and forget about worries and stress. However, it is so easy to get lost among the great variety of services, which offer their help and just looking through numerous reviews is usually useless, as they promise quite the same things. Read this article »

Homeschool break = annual anniversary trip!

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Our homeschooler is thrilled as our annual anniversary trip is very fast approaching (this means no PACES and school break), he’s counting the days! As opposed to our previous overseas trips that involved sweaters, cardigans, bonnets and thick cashmere shawls, this trip is going to be even more tropical (I think( than Manila. Yikes! But we’re still looking forward to our travel since it’s our first time to fly to Singapore!

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