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Graduated in Doctor of Philosophy in Education major in Educational Programs Management at Eastern Visayas State University, Tacloban City, Philippines last March 29, 2017. Also finished Master of Arts in Education major in Administration and Supervision at Western Leyte College of Ormoc City last March 21, 2012. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education in Elementary at Southern Leyte State University, Main Campus, Sogod, Southern Leyte last March 24, 2006. Took and passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers last August 2007 at South Western University, Cebu City. Graduated in Secondary as Class Salutatorian and awarded as Best Technologist and Communicator of the year at Inopacan Institute, Inopacan, Leyte last April, 2001.

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A MYSTICAL PORTRAIT

Posted on October 5, 2013 at 6:56am 0 Comments

A MYSTICAL PORTRAIT

By: ERNEL S. MERANO

CHAPTER I

I spent my time in painting several attractive sceneries within our vicinity. This is one of the gifts from heaven I’ve discovered since my youngster days. My parents appreciated and loved me much because I am the only fruit of their pristine love. In short, nobody can hamper my needs and wants and everything from my parents is purely mine. That’s really the essence of life if genuine love prevails, as what I’ve…

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What Does Moral Leadership Mean?

Posted on September 16, 2013 at 7:30am 1 Comment

These two crucial terms imply on what is supposed to be possessed by a good leader in a certain country. To start defining and expounding these very indispensable words, all of us are ought to recall our inner selves and ask whether you have these moral and leadership capability or don’t have.

In a democratic country like Philippines, people are conventional with regards to what is right and wrong in the society. Once a person is doing mistakes against his…

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Let's Put a Dot to Pork Barrel!

Posted on September 9, 2013 at 3:23am 0 Comments

Filipino Professionals like teachers are sacrificing with the low salary compare to other professionals in other countries. Filipino Teachers paid every month a big amount of money for their tax but unknowingly where it goes. Some professionals expect that the money they paid to the government will be a good public service and welfare in return to the poorest of all poorest in the country. However, the beast of all beasts leaders except those who are in pure heart used the money for their…

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What Does Conservation mean?

Posted on September 9, 2013 at 3:09am 2 Comments

The spirit of conservation is neither tedious nor arduous to follow; however, people nowadays are just ignoring the natural resources rather than the goods they can take from it. How can we dodge the possible sequel that may happen due to the rambunctious deeds of human? It is said, “What you plant is what you reap”, thus, if our nurturing mother earth suffers because of us, indeed, we must prepare to sacrifice for whatever we did to her will come back at us.

It is horrible to deem that…

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