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“Fòs Pa M” is a platform created by Stacey Dumornay to raise awareness about youth mental heath in Haitian society. Fòs Pa M is a safe space where young Haitians can share their own stories, build a community of support and outreach, find resources, and break the taboos around issues such as depression, anxiety, mental illness, and physical, sexual and emotional abuse. No matter the struggle, we are not alone. That is our Fòs Pa M.
 
Interviews, discussions, and sometimes, chill talks with insightful thought leaders, inspiring educators, and courageous change-makers who help transform, elevate, and celebrate teachers around the globe. EmpowerED Podcast is specially dedicated to amplifying the voice of the Filipino teacher towards a dialogue with teachers around the world and the global community!
 
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Global Teacher Prize 2021 Finalist Steven Kolber (Australia) shares how universal design of learning and AI can be tapped to elevate learning, explaining how UDL and AI can help teachers to be more effective educators to provide better learning experiences to students. Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2kHX53u or Spotify: https://spoti.fi/…
 
Education in the pandemic has been challenging. Teachers had to learn new skills and face their fears in shifting to remote learning. For the past months, Mark Anthony Jamisal has been rendering service to the Philippine education community by training teachers on how to use technology tools to enable remote learning and leading an online tutorial …
 
These times have been tough for the youth, with challenges not just in their academic life, but also in their own personal relationships and lives. Joel Hawod, UNIFFIED’s 2021 Most Influential Teacher, joins us and shares his experiences of guiding high school students in this pandemic. He talks about fostering and sustaining authentic relationship…
 
The work of a teacher does not end the moment the dismissal bell rings. For some teachers, the work extends even outside the classroom, supporting students, their families, and other members of the community. Global Teacher Prize 2021 finalist Michelle Rubio from the Philippines shares how her community inspired and led her to realize that teaching…
 
The Philippines' first Global Student Prize finalist Ancelmo Miguel Catalla of Quezon Science High School joins empowerED Podcast and shares his experiences as a student journalist and how youth journalism can help students be more involved on current relevant social issues. Miguel also talks about the situation of the youth as they cope with the d…
 
Feedback to student learning matters! So, what is hindering our teachers from taking advantage of this essential aspect of teaching-learning process? We again welcome Ivy Encinares, K-12 Filipino Language and Literature Department Chairperson at Xavier School-Nuvali, as she discusses institutional and systemic issues that hinder teachers from fully…
 
The remote education set-up has given parents their front-row seats in the online or remote learning classes of their children, including the different assessments given to them. Maleng Raysag, a teacher blogger and the head of Power Mac Business Systems, Inc, joins us in this episode and shares her experiences as a parent and how she manages her p…
 
Language and Literature Teacher and EdTech Coach Nico Fos shares his experience in designing and implementing authentic assessments that feature real-world problems, social relevance, and the use of interdisciplinary approach. Co-hosted with Reagan Austria, this episode also talks about the challenges of having authentic assessments in remote learn…
 
In this episode, Miriam College Grade School educators, Nicca Ruiz (subject area supervisor for Language), and Kevin Agustin (Social Science teacher) join us to uncover the benefits of enabling peer feedback-giving in class. Nicca and Kevin further discuss how peer feedback can empower students in processing their own learning through using metacog…
 
For the first part of Season 8, Reagan Austria, a digital learning specialist and consultant, joins us as special co-host as we dig deep into assessments in remote learning. As our first guest also, Reagan discusses misconceptions and issues on assessments in online remote learning, and shares “home-based learning assessment” ideas to make assessme…
 
We often hear teachers complaining about the PDs that they attend before the school year begins. Often, they see these PDs as more of requirements and not as a relevant opportunities to improve their craft. Principal Melissa Espíritu of St. Joseph's Academy, Philippines joins us and shares her experience as a school leader in designing meaningful P…
 
In this episode, Yuekun Li, the country manager of ClassIn in the Philippines, shares his insights on the state of online learning and access to technology in education in the Philippines. The discussion also focuses on how educators can further engage students in an online learning set-up to avoid death by online lecture. --- Send in a voice messa…
 
Maleng Raysag, a mom blogger and head of Power Mac Business Systems, Inc Training Center, joins the discussion and candidly shares her experiences in supporting her children's online learning. She also gives tips on how to help children be better learners, especially at this time of the pandemic. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/empow…
 
How can teachers effectively foster collaboration skills in online learning if students are learning remotely? Alfonso Mangubat, PYP Coordinator & MS Social Studies Teacher at Tokyo West International School, joins us once again to discuss how students can learn better together using the right strategies and appropriate digital learning platforms a…
 
In celebration of the #PrideMonth, Mark Reid returns to the podcast channel and helps us understand and reflect on how school communities can enable inclusion, from building a safe space to sustaining a "brave space" for the members of the LGBTQIA+ community within the school. Happy pride! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/empoweredpod…
 
Feedback and formative assessments are vital to successful student learning. Remote learning in the pandemic uncovered many challenges in delivering consistent and high-quality feedback to students. Jeffrey Beltran, an instructor and EdTech trainer at the National Teachers College in the Philippines, joins us in understanding the essential role of …
 
Learner agency is about empowering and giving students the power of choice and voice to make meaningful actions and see the results of their decisions. It matters now more than ever, but how can schools foster this when students are in remote learning? Ma. Theresa Nebres-Ladrido, high school principal of Xavier School San Juan, Philippines, takes u…
 
How can we transform the school curricula to respond to education disruptions, such as the pandemic? What are the essential considerations, helpful processes, and inevitable challenges that we will encounter in this undertaking? Stephanie Barredo, Head of Remote Learning and Primary School Coordinator at Keys School Manila joins our discussion to h…
 
Zachary Sy and Emilio Aquino, my former students in the grade school, are back on empowerED Podcast! In this discussion, Emilio and Zachary share candidly their insights and experiences after undergoing one year of online distance education in the pandemic. Zach shares his own experiences at Purdue University in the USA while Emilio with his experi…
 
In this episode, Dr. Ferdinand Blancaflor Pitagan, Dean of the School of Teacher Education at the National Teachers College, joins us once again and shares how Teacher Education Institutions should be learning from this pandemic and start re-imagining how teacher education should empower future teachers to be resilient and future-proof. This episod…
 
How has the state of literacy changed in this time of the pandemic? What challenges and opportunities have we encountered in teaching students the basic literacy skills as we all do various mode of distance learning? Mr. Frederick Sotto Perez, president of the Reading Association of the Philippines, joins our discussion and reflects on what we have…
 
Sister Felicitas Bernardo, SPC, Dean of the Graduate School of Education of St. Paul University-Manila and Chairperson of the National Basic Education Commission of the Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines, joins our discussion on the challenges and opportunities that private schools in the Philippines continue to encounter. Sister F…
 
Life Coach Christine De Leon Alcala returns to empowerED Podcast and discusses how the youth have fared after more than a year into the pandemic. Are they sinking or swimming? How have schools supported the youth's well-being and social-emotional learning skills development? This episode has a video podcast version on: YouTube: https://www.youtube.…
 
Gino Luayon, Vice Principal for High School at Everest Academy Manila, Manager of Teacher Education Network, and #edchatPH moderator, shares parenting tips on how to support children as they learn at home at this time of the pandemic. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/empoweredpodcast/message…
 
Jay Michael Jaboneta, Managing Director of NEXUS Innovation Labs, De La Salle Lipa and Co-Founder of the Yellow Boat of Hope Foundation, drops by to share his experience in mobilizing communities and partners to help schools at this time of the pandemic. He also talks about the recent project of the Yellow Boat of Hope Foundation in helping schools…
 
Dr. Bert J. Tuga, President of the Philippine Normal University, and Dr. Peter Esperanza, Founder of NumberBender and Apple Distinguished Educator, join Mark Reid in discussing how to inspire and help teachers in taking action, finding solutions, and creating education innovations that respond to challenges in their classes, schools, or local commu…
 
Dr. Dina Ocampo, former Undersecretary of the Department of Education-Philippines, and Kazuya Takahashi, Global Teacher Prize finalist, join Mark Reid in discussing how to unlock and unleash leadership in educators in this unprecedented time and in solving the challenges brought about by the pandemic. Originally aired during the empowerED First Ann…
 
Dr. Nadia Lopez and Mark Reid explore different ways of unleashing the power within every educator. In this candid and sincere conversation, the three education leaders draw from their own unique experiences of being empowered and empowering their fellow educators. Originally aired during the empowerED First Anniversary Special. --- Send in a voice…
 
Certified Life Coach, Cristine De Leon Alcala, shares the common sources of stress and challenges in students and teachers as remote learning progresses this current school year. She discusses the essential roles of self-care, time-management, and self-awareness in coping with the negativities of the pandemic and gives helpful tips to thrive and be…
 
Dean Trixie Sison of the Department of Child Development and Education at Miriam College, a leading higher education institution in the Philippines, discusses how the early education sector has moved forward at this time of the pandemic. She dives deep into the challenges as well as the opportunities and key learnings in early education as the glob…
 
Is EdTech closing the gap in education or is it widening the big challenge of inequity at this time of the pandemic? EdTech Director and Apple Distinguished Educator, Trish Castro joins empowerED Podcast for a reflective discussion on how EdTech continues to play its role in delivering learning in this unprecedented time. This episode has a video p…
 
Santhi Karamcheti, a special education advocate and award-winning educator in India, discusses how the pandemic has affected the Indian education system and reflects on how special education continues to adapt and respond to the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 Pandemic. Santhi was a finalist at the 2016 Global Teacher Prize and co-founder …
 
What kind of school leadership will help schools and education communities to move forward as we dance with the COVID-19 Pandemic? Alex Bell, Director for Global Education and Outreach at Portland Education (UK) offers his thoughts and expertise in understanding the call for authentic leadership to better face the challenges of the pandemic. Get to…
 
Dr. Ferdinand Pitagan, dean of the School of Teacher Education of the National Teachers College (Philippines) joins the Global Voices series of the empowerED Podcast to explain what open educational resources (OERs) are and how they can be curated and utilized for distance learning at this time of the pandemic. This episode is a video podcast which…
 
The Department of Education has recommended the use of blended learning as means to deliver learning at this time of school closures. 2016 MetroBank Outstanding Teacher and Apple Distinguished Educator, Winona Diola joins the show to talk about blended learning as an approach and modality of instruction. She also talks about using learning playlist…
 
How is Southeast Asia faring at this time of the pandemic? Dr. Ethel Agnes Pascua Valenzuela, Director of the Southeast Asia Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) Secretariat in Bangkok, Thailand, gives us a deep dive into how education systems and leaders in Southeast Asian countries are facing the challenges of the pandemic as well as harn…
 
Pandemics are here to stay. So, how are we preparing for these? How is the COVID-19 pandemic reshaping school leadership right now? Bro. Dennis Magbanua discusses with Jim Tuscano how education systems or school communities can prepare for class disruptions and how school leaders can take action at this time of the pandemic. He also talks about the…
 
Can flipped learning be an approach in distance learning? Dr. Peter Esperanza, Apple Distinguished Educator and creator of Number Bender YouTube Channel, joins us to discuss flipped learning and creating instructional videos to enable remote learning. Watch the video interview at empowerED TV: https://www.youtube.com/empowerEDTV Visit: https://www.…
 
Social inequality makes it more difficult to support and deliver learning to students. Marjorie Brown, History teacher, former human rights activists, and 2018 Top 10 Global Teacher Prize discusses how teachers and school leaders can help reduce the negative effects of social inequality at this time of the pandemic. She also talks about challenges …
 
How can children find hope at this time of the pandemic? Best-selling author and global educator, Elisa Guerra and young illustrator Ana RoGu, both from Mexico, shares how story-telling can help children make sense of the challenges that we are experiencing right now. They also talk about their children's book, "Hope, where are you?" (co-written wi…
 
Dr. Dina Ocampo, multi-awarded and highly-esteemed and beloved professor in the College of Education of the University of the Philippines and former Undersecretary of the Department of Education, joins the show and reflects on how schools leaders and teachers can face the demands of the new normal in education in this pandemic. Believing that this …
 
Woohoo Learning Lab CEO, Apple Distinguished Educator, EdTech leader, and Higher Education Instructor, Galvin Radely Ngo reflects on the state of higher education institutions at this of the pandemic. He shares his experiences during the first months of transitioning to online distance learning as well as the challenges and opportunities for higher…
 
Can learning still be personalized when students are not in the classroom and away from their teachers? Award-winning Australian educator Christian Williams gives us an idea of how personalized learning can still be adopted in remote learning by giving students the choice to learn through their passion and talents while using the current context to…
 
What would you feel if you see your former students rising to the occasion and collaborating with other young people at this time of the pandemic? In this special feature, JB Tiu, Phillbert Tan, Emilio Aquino, and Zachary Sy, members of Dashboard Philippines, a free web and mobile-based platform that delivers relevant and legitimate information to …
 
Readiness and flexibility play a crucial role in ensuring a successful education continuity program. Taiwan has done a great job in flattening the curve of the spread of the corona virus and its education system has also done incredible steps in supporting learning and teaching through taking advantage of the Internet. Episode guest, Ryan Wong, a t…
 
Zarah Gagatiga, a school librarian and children's book author in the Philippines, joins the show and discusses the role of parents in fostering literacy at home in this time of the pandemic. She also touches on digital literacy and how parents can safeguard their children from digital threats as access to social media increases during lockdowns. Vi…
 
Armando Persico lives in the northern region of Italy, the epicenter of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Europe. During the first wave of the pandemic, he lost four members of his family. His life and the lives of everyone in Italy had been shaken to the core. Seeing a glimmer of hope, Armando uses this unfortunate episode of the pandemic to connect with a…
 
Listen as Joanna shares the heartbreaking details of losing her mother and the events that led her to foster care at the age of three. Over the years Joanna lived in group homes, with various foster families, and sometimes her biological family. Through each of the more than six placements she had, Joanna was impacted by each of these placements an…
 
At this time of the pandemic, how will students continue to learn if they do not have a good access to the Internet or devices at home? Dr. Nadia Lopez, school principal in Brooklyn, New York City, the worst hit city in the USA by the #COVID19 pandemic, spends some time with the show to reflect on her experiences. As schools closed in the city, Dr.…
 
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