Author: Ramsel Guillermo

l was born and raised in the Philippines and had a passion for teaching. I began teaching in the Philippines at the age of 20. After 6 years, I decided to focus on computer-based business for ten years then I moved to Thailand to pursue my teaching career. With dedication and student-centered approach in classroom teaching, I was awarded the Best Teacher by the Ministry of Education, Bangkok Thailand in 2017 by the nomination of my beloved school in the province of Ranong, Thailand. I taught there for eleven years while I had to finish my MAEd - Major in Mathamatics. I moved to Canada to pursue my PhD in Education, but eventually I laddered down to Master of Education-Major in Teaching, Learning and Leadership. I am very passionate inspiring my students to pursue their dreams and reach their full potential. I am also an advocate for international students to pursue higher education despite the struggles of adjusting to a new country, culture and language. I like to pursue further studies and love to teach in diversified classrooms. My journey will be an inspiration to many like me, and I continue to make a difference in the lives of my students, including the L1/L2 community and in the University of Regina.

Parents should be aware: There are more advantages over the disadvantages of social media on children

The effects of social media on children can be both positive and negative. On the positive side, social media can help children develop communication and social skills, increase self-confidence and self-esteem, and even help them make new friends. It can also provide a platform for children to share their ideas, opinions, and experiences with a…

By Ramsel Guillermo March 2, 2023 0

Technology Enhances Learning: How the “Disagree” debaters manage their successful defense that technology doesn’t…….

The use of technology in education is undeniably gaining its advantage over the traditonal way of delivering  lessons in the classrooms. In fact, according to Ivus et al (2020) discuss in their  paper “Class, take out your tablets: The impact of technology on learning and teaching in Canada” that digital developments can be leveraged to…

By Ramsel Guillermo February 16, 2023 0

I DISAGREE: Educators have a responsibility to use technology and social media to promote social justice.

Social justice initially focused on the distribution of capital, property, and wealth due to the extreme level of inequality and economic distress resulting from the European class structure. Today, social justice has shifted to a stronger emphasis on human rights, land rights and improving the lives of the disadvantaged groups that have historically faced discrimination…

By Ramsel Guillermo January 21, 2023 0