Of pop quizzes and cringe-worthy apologies: The cost of not paying attention to history’s lessons

By Kay Fernandez, High School Teacher   As a teacher, I believe that the world is one giant classroom. And it would be a much better place if all the students paid attention to what’s happening in the class. One of my favorite teaching moments happened around the time of the controversial Marcos Burial (in … More Of pop quizzes and cringe-worthy apologies: The cost of not paying attention to history’s lessons

It’s a trap!

By Adrian Emmanuelle Uy, Bachelor of Business and Commerce student, The University of Western Sydney   Did you know that politicians in Australia knock door-to-door and campaign for themselves without using jingles and local personalities even at the Federal level of government? In fact, there is no “showbiz” at all in Australia! No gossip, irrelevant … More It’s a trap!