Design Thinking for Nutrition Month

It’s been a few (!) years since I was in elementary school but one of my clearest memories from my early days as a student is my teachers asking us to celebrate National Nutrition Month by joining poster-making contests, decorating our classrooms with plastic fruits and vegetables–sometimes even dressing up like fruits and vegetables! These […]

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Get set! STEMpowered Workshop (part 2 of 3)

Note: STEMpower Our Girls is an experiential scientific literacy program designed for young girls to increase their aptitude and attitude towards science and math. It is a collaboration between Habi Education Lab and the Philippine Business for Education (PBEd). This LabNote is the second note of a three-part series written by Chess Carlos. The STEMpower […]

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Ready! STEMpowered Design (part 1 of 3)

STEMpower Our Girls is an experiential scientific literacy program designed for young girls to increase their aptitude and attitude towards science and math. It is a collaboration between Habi Education Lab and the Philippine Business for Education (PBEd). This LabNote is the first in a three-part series written by Chess Carlos. When I was a […]

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PRISM Teacher Feature: Jennifer Yadao

For Teacher Jenny, PRISM was not only an opportunity to improve her digital literacy, it was also an opportunity to address an issue she felt was very relevant to her profession – the lack of professional etiquette on social media platforms

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PRISM Teacher Feature: Arniel Ping

Empathy came naturally to Media and Information Literacy (MIL) teacher Arniel Ping, who immediately realized that being a part of the Yellow Mission was the push he needed to address a long-standing challenge that was close to his heart and craft: the lack of quality and accessible MIL materials for Filipino teachers nationwide.

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The Ripple Effect

“Imagine that your problem has been solved,” we prompted, “what do you think will be the positive and/or negative effects on the people closest to the stakeholders you’ve chosen?” After identifying these effects, we asked the participants to think bigger: what will the effects be on the school community? On the neighborhood? On the town?

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