ONE might assume that common sense is common. After all, is not common sense simply the application of our accumulated knowledge and life experiences in practical ways? We have all heard someone exclaim: “That’s just common sense!” when faced with an obvious blunder.
THE coronavirus contagion may have had a dent on the publishing sector, but it did not halt local writers from creating stories stoking Filipinos’ penchant for reading, especially when they were all locked in their homes at the height of the lockdowns.
MAGNA Prime Chemical Technologies Inc. is inaugurating a school in the first quarter of 2024 to elevate the norms of the local construction industry by preparing and upskilling new professionals, who will then share their acquired knowledge with colleagues.
ON November 8, an online ceremony formally opened the preparatory Japanese language training for the 16th batch of Filipino candidates for nurses and certified care workers.
SMART Communications recently boosted the digital capabilities of the student-activity centers of Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite (EACC) and Laguna State Polytechnic University (LSPU)-San Pablo City in Laguna with free Smart Bro-powered Wi-Fi hubs.
THE Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) has renewed its linkage with the Philippine National Police (PNP) in continuously training indigenous peoples (IPs), former insurgents, and residents of far-flung communities nationwide.
PHILIPPINES-based edtech startup company Stock Knowledge, which provides a gamified immersive and adaptive-learning platform, was selected among hundreds of candidates as one of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) “Technology Pioneers.”
THE philanthropic arm of Vicsal Development Corp. Vicsal Foundation Inc. (VSF), which is the parent firm of Metro Retail Stores Group Inc. (MRSGI), continues its unwavering commitment to the community by providing valuable support to financially challenged yet deserving youths through the VSF Scholarship Program.
THE Asia Pacific College (APC) and the University of Adelaide (UoA) recently signed a memorandum of understanding that will provide relevant programs for several Philippine government agencies and bureaus, which are expected to help them achieve their goals under the “Philippine Digital Transformation Roadmap.”
NEW technologies enable health-care workers to provide medical care with a more progressive approach. From teleconsultation, digital record-keeping, as well as utilization of artificial intelligence and augmented reality, the current health-care setup compels medical workers to be armed with modern skills and know-how.
THE Philippines’s premier engineering and technological school Mapúa University announced the opening of its college and senior-high school (SHS) applications for Academic Year (AY) 2024-2025 on October 9.
TWENTY-THREE colleges and universities from the United States participated in the fourth EducationUSA University Fair at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Cebu City on October 12 and offered relevant information for Filipinos interested in pursuing higher education in the US.
IN an inspiring celebration of dedication and excellence, Fortune Life Insurance Co., Inc. (Fortune Life), in partnership with the Department of Education (DepEd) and Marylindbert International (MLB), recognized outstanding educators and administrators at the 11th Amb. Antonio L. Cabangon Chua (ALC) Gintong Parangal para sa Edukasyon Awards. The event, in celebration of National Teachers’ Month, took place at the Bulwagan ng Karunungan, DepEd Central office, Meralco Ave., Pasig City, on October 3.
GRADUATES of technical-vocational (tech-voc) education and training (TVET) programs, as well as their employers, expressed satisfaction on the quality of education and capabilities acquired from such initiatives.