Gosh, all I’ve been doing these past few days is checking mounds and mounds of papers. Yes, as always, I got myself buried under a pile of things to check. Rawr. I know it really is my fault because I always overbook myself like crazy. I guess that’s because I love the work I do. However, days like these feel overwhelming. How I wish I had a magic wand to just get things in place. Or maybe a dartboard. Or maybe a hidden spell in my copper magnetic bracelet that will just take my hands into autopilot (with matching brain power, nonetheless!) so this can all be done!Read More
It’s been a while since I’ve been online. I guess you can call it being on Sabbatical, hehe. Seriously, though, it is time to come back to this part of my world and so I do hope you keep tabs of me again. It’s a little tough getting back on track, though, I must say. I do hope I manage to become consistent in this again.
Anyway, just want to share some really good resources online that you can use to find materials, instruments, and other equipment that you need for teaching.
For preschool teaching, check out cokid.org
For music related inquiries, check out musician’s friend
Pinterest offers great ideas for DIY stuff that can be done on the classroom
While you’re at it, check out my yoga blog too, www.archetypesandasanas.com. Might not really be a resource for teachers, but it may inspire you hehe. See you around!
Since I finished my thesis, I have found my writing voice silenced. I can barely write. It’s not like the creative juices can only be found here and there, right? Gah. I am determined, however, to find it again. After all, a silenced teacher won’t get far, right? And so here I am again, trying to find it. Anything you want to hear from me? Just holler and let us see if I can get this ball rolling.
As the school year draws to a close, there are a whole bunch of summer fun programs opening up to keep the kids busy and active during the next few months. I am surely looking forward to leading a Kids Yoga program at Appleseed Montessori, a preschool in Makati. A friend of mine is doing an arts and crafts program in Alabang, so do check them out on Facebook (Artsy Fartsy Alabang). A fellow Radiant Child Yoga teacher friend of mine is doing a yoga and social skills workshop in Pampanga and the list is endless!
These programs will definitely be a good way to engage the children over the summer and explore their potentials outside of the academic realm. To all teachers, schools, program heads, and the like, please feel free to leave a comment on this post and include your Facebook link or webiste Don’t you love how Social Media and the Internet can help save on wholesale brochure printing costs? Teehee.Read More