INQUIRER LEARNING
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Hands-on learning leads to smiles, sense of wonder »

Who are you?” teacher Rezeale Fabreag asked her students at Isaac Lopez Integrated School.

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BSKE: A welcome, pleasant surprise that should be viral »

With great pride, Timoteo Paez Elementary School in Pasay City participated in the first-ever Bayer Smiling Kiddie Einsteins (BSKE) program.

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War and peace »

The legend was passed on to us, the post-World War II young generation who felt trapped, we joked, in the heat or leaking roofs of the United States Army Officers’ leftover Quonset huts in the Diliman pasture lands in the campus of the University of the Philippines in Quezon City.

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Setting up Entrepreneurship training for future engineers »

The Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) is setting up a “Technopreneurship” track, merging Science and Technology with Entrepreneurship, for the Engineering curriculum.

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Talking stones »

The history of the changes and evolution of our planet Earth is written and recorded in stone. We can very clearly read the story of the origin and development of its former inhabitants in special rocks called fossils.   Any tangible evidence—be they the remains, traces or impressions—of plants and animals no longer living and […]

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PLM president’s priorities are ‘basic needs’ not ‘wishes’ »

The president of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (PLM) said she was reviewing the university’s spending priorities, noting a gap between what individual colleges wanted and what was truly needed by the academic community.

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Good discipline leaves no lasting scars »

With goodwill and cheer, we remember our teachers who taught us love, not hatred.

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Da Vinci and left-handedness »

On a recent family Christmas vacation in Singapore, we spent an afternoon at the Art Science Museum in Marina Bay Sands.

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What we leave behind is what we take with us »

During the Cenozoic Era, about 65 million years ago, a species of giant shark called the Megalodon ruled and dominated the ancient seas and oceans of the world.

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How parents can keep teens safe online »

Talk about what information teens may share online and the specific hours they can access the Internet.

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What teens can do about cyberbullying »

Be kind.   Set a good example.   Block bullying.   Ask those who are bullying to stop.   Tell others.  

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Microsoft, PNP to strengthen Philippine cybersecurity »

Microsoft Philippines is partnering with the Philippine National Police Anti-Cybercrime Group (PNP-ACG) to help the government address cybercrime.

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Robolympics turns sci-fi ideas into reality »

The recent Robolympics of the TechnoKids IT Cup proved that youngsters could easily assemble what was not too long ago merely a science-fiction idea.

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Documentary on Battle for Manila is remembrance, reminder »

For the people involved in the documentary “Manila 1945: The Rest of the Story” and its companion piece, the special commemorative book of the same title, the projects are as much about remembrance of the past as a reminder to present and future generations.

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