Last July 24, Pueblo Science held an training workshop aimed at supporting high school teachers in the Philippines in teaching science online more creatively to make it more engaging and fun for the students. Using Zoom's Breakout Rooms, we learned from different speakers and had a chance to ask them questions about their presentations. Ms. … Continue reading RISE 2021: Making Virtual Science Learning More Engaging (Pueblo Science)
Fund raising project: selling puto bumbong to help typhoon victims.
"What the Health" Several weeks ago, our Ate Allyra watched this Pro-Vegan Netflix Film called, "What the Health" and after making us watch it too, we were all convinced we had to change our diet somehow. What followed was a trip to the grocery with the intention of trying our best to avoid animal-based food … Continue reading What the Health
https://youtu.be/n3ECmx-EU1c Moses Sees God (Exodus 33:18-23; 34:29-35) God's light is too bright -- He had to hide Moses in a cleft of a rock when he passed by because it was too much for Him. God's light transferred to Moses' face -- and even it became too bright for the people to look at. Moses … Continue reading Moses Sees God
From tree to tummy... malunggay is yummy! Since a big chunk of our day is spent on preparing food, cooking, eating and cleaning up, we might as well make it a regular thing to involve the kids with what they can whenever we can. Today, they picked malunggay from the tree, stripped the leaves from … Continue reading From tree to tummy