Summer Saya 2017

Summer is definitely fun and cool in Glendale School.

Shout out to our dear parents, guardians and guests for celebrating this summer’s awesomeness with us and your kids through the recently concluded Summer Saya Culminating Activity 2017. This summer event was a total blast with your outpouring support and cooperation.

See you this coming June Glendaleans!

Inspired - a child will look forward to each day in school

Mixing Fun With Learning

That’s how school should be! Children learn best when enjoyment is part of their daily learning routine. For most children, learning to read and write is a stressful activity, but here at Glendale School, we make sure that every lesson we deliver to our children is meaningful, relevant and of course, a fun journey to remember.

Delighted- they will be fast learners

Circle Time

To encourage early childhood learners to participate actively in class, ample time is alloted for play, exploration and imagination through various toys and educational tools provided for interaction in their classroom. 

Stimulated - they will be able to realize their potentials

Integrated Project-Based Assessment

Tiny hands and small voices, can these hinder early childhood learners to produce worthwhile, creative and productive projects?

As young as they are, early childhood learners are trained to craft individual learning through various projects that can best assess their understanding in different subject areas. Through this, they don’t just learn the knowledge they acquire from their studies, they also learn to actively collaborate, respect differences, harmoniously share ideas and freely express their God-given talents and skills.

Motivated - they will bring out their best   

E-Learning 

Gearing up to the challenge of the new millennium, children experience blended learning through educational technology. Carefully guided by their teachers, they are able to comprehend their lessons with ease and fun while browsing and exploring the apps in the tabs. 

These tabs are equipped with educational games and applications that are developmentally suitable for their age, actively engaging them with the lessons, aiding in improving their level of competence. 

RESPONSIBLE

 they will act according to their good judgment; respectful and concerned for self, others and the environment

 

COMPETENT 

they will be

TOMORROW'S LEADERS!

THESIS DEFENSE: DENOUEMENT     Transcendence to the Relevant Issues in the Society    - by Grade 10 - Electron

A Comparative Analysis On Gender Roles In The Modern And Traditional Filipino-Catholic Household 

by

Delmo, Mendoza & Singson

Abstract

Since its emergence and up until the 21st century, Catholicism has played an important role in the ascription of human societal norms, beliefs and practices in accordance to sex and gender.  This study aims to identify the household specific gender roles that Catholicism has instigated, and further distinctly compare and analyze the differences of Catholic-inspired modern and traditional household gender roles. In light of this, the researchers aspire to determine the impact of modernization unto the Catholic influence of defining and shaping household behavioral norms within a Philippine context.  The Gender Schema Theory introduced by Sandra Bem (1981) and the Associative Theory prompted by David Hume (1748) and further refined and improved upon by various psychologists provide additional knowledge as the researchers explicate the gender role difference within a generation gap through a comparative case analysis.

Mga Anino ng Text Messaging sa Pang-Akademikong Sulatin

by

Cabreros, Destajo, Gallos at Villongco

Abstrak ng Pananaliksik

             Dahil sa pagbabago ng panahon at mabilis na pag-unlad ng teknolohiya, naaapektuhan nito hindi lamang ang pananaw ng mga tao kundi pati na rin ang aspekto ng edukasyon at pagkakatuto. Patuloy na binabago ng teknolohiya ang pang-araw-araw na pamumuhay ng mga tao. Sa Pilipinas, ang access sa internet (kabilang ang mobile internet) at cellphone sa mga gamit nito gaya ng chatting at texting o SMS (short message services) messaging ay hindi maitatanggi na napakabilis at napakalapit sa bawat Filipino na nagbubunga nang mas malawakang paggamit nito.

            Nakikisabay sa pagbabago na ito ang patuloy na paglaganap, malawakang pagtangkilik at paggamit ng wika ng Short Message Service o SMS ay nagiging isa ng usapin o isyu na kinakaharap ng mga guro, mga magulang at publiko (sa pangkalahatan) dahil sa pagpapalagay na nakasisira o nakapagpapahina ito sa makrong kasanayan na pagsasalita at pagsulat ng isang mag-aaral; na marapat maging isang panawagan sa bawat stakeholder ng alinmang institusyong pang-edukasyon na magsagawa ng isang malawakan at komprehensibo na pananaliksik at pag-aaral. Ang pananaw at isyu na ito ang nagtulak at naging inspirasyon ng maraming mga mananaliksik na magsagawa ng pag-aaral at pananaliksik.

            Gamit ang kuwantitatibo-deskriptibo na disenyo at pamamaraan ng pananaliksik at pag-aaral, isinagawa ang pananaliksik at pag-aaral na Mga Anino ng Text Messaging sa Pang-akademikong Sulatin. Nangalap ng datos ang mga mananaliksik sa pamamagitan ng talatanungan o sarbey, pagsusuri sa mga sample text messages na mula sa mga kalahok na respondente, at pagsusuri/ obserbasyon na nakabalangkas na nakatuon sa mga takdang aralin, seatwork, midterm examination at final examination para matukoy kung mayroong epekto ang text messaging sa nabanggit ng mga sulating pang-akademiko ng mga kalahok na respondente.

Pag-uugali sa Pakikipagtalastasang Pasalita ng Online Computer Gamers

by

Banzon, Buenaventura, at Catapang

Abstrak ng Pananaliksik

            Dumaraan at nagbabago ang panahon, kasabay na rito ang pagbabago ng aliwan o entertainment na kinahihiligan ng mga kabataan. Kung ihahambing, totoo na malaki ang pagkakaiba ng mga kabataan ngayon pagdating sa panlasa, tipo at interes sa mga laro at aliwan. Sa hindi mapigilan na pag-unlad ng teknolohiya, ang dating mga laro gaya ng Piko, Langit-lupa, Biente-uno na pangkaraniwan na nilalaro sa labas ng buhay ay napalitan na ng mga video games at sa paglipas pa ng mga taon ay naging computer games.

            Ilang taon na ang nakalipas at patuloy na nagbabago ang kultura, pananaw, pati na rin ang mga kagustuhan ng mga tao. Ang isang pagbabago na nakababahala sa marami ay ang pagbabago ng kagustuhan ng mga kabataan pagdating sa paglalaro. Ang mga kabataan noon ay naaliw sa mga laro sa labas ng kanilang bahay tulad ng Piko, Langit-lupa, Biente uno at iba pa. Sa obserbasyon ng mga mananaliksik at maging sa kinalabasan ng mga dati ng pananaliksik, ang mga kabataan ngayon ay naaaliw sa mga computer games at hindi pinagtutuunan ang mga larong kinaaliwan ang mga laro ng mga kabataan noon at hindi lingid sa mga computer gamers na malaki ang nagiging epekto sa kanila.

            Gamit ang kuwantitatibo-deskriptibo na disenyo at pamamaraan ng pananaliksik at pag-aaral na Pag-uugali sa Pakikipagtalastasang Pasalita ng Online Computer Gamers. Nangalap ng datos ang mga mananaliksik sa pamamagitan ng talatanungan o sarbey sa mga manlalarong mag-aaral ng online computer games at pagsasagawa ng obserbasyon sa mga manlalaro sa mismong paglalaro upang masukat ang sa kung anong pag-uugali sa aspektong pakikipagtalastasan ng isang computer gamers; na sa pagpapalagay na nakaaapekto ang mismong computer games sa mga computer gamers.

Pananaliksik, Pagsulat at Pagtalakay ng Investigatory Project

Naging matagumpay ang pagtalakay ng nabuo na mga Investigatory Projects ng mga mag-aaral sa Grade 9 sa harap na iniharap sa piling mga guro at iba pang mga Glendaleans na isinagawa sa Glendale School Inc. Annex Campus, Lungsod Quezon noong Marso 14-17, 2017.

Alinsunod sa misyon at bisyon ng Glendale School na nagbibigay-diin sa integrasyon ng iba’t ibang disiplina sa paglikha ng mga proyekto na kapaki-pakinabang sa mga mag-aaral mismo, nakalikha ang mga mag-aaral ng apat na investigatory projects na pawang mga pagkain at kaugnay sa cosmetics.

Tinalakay nina Juliana Marie G. Balongcas, Adrian Joshua A. Cadiang, Miguel Luis N. Delos Santos, Joana T. Josue, at Francesca P. Morales ang investigatory project na kanilang nalikha na biscuit energy booster na tinawag nila na BISKWIT Energy Booster. Habang tsaa na tinawag na Pru-tsaa mula sa iba’t ibang balat ng prutas gaya ng lemon, pinya, at orange ang nilikha nina Rodolfo R. Alcantara Jr., Argeff Jersey C. Castillo, Janina Maiquella Montemayor, Cecil Emanuelle SP. Montesa, at Jalil P. Noche.

Nakatuon naman sa paglikha ng cooling lotion ang naging pananaliksik nina Ralph Angelo Buenaventura, Kurt Harvey M. Destajo, Nicole Rosae A. Dino, Alexander Zion Enciso, Simon Rafael L. Malang, at Reina M. Sugioka na tinawag nilang Pa-cool lotion.

Pananaliksik at paglikha naman ng skin toner at tinawag na Naturals ang investigatory project nina Halle Nicole Casabuena, Anne Raelene B. Felipe, Alyanna O. Matira, Cloud Yuri P. Mendiola, Lord Ivo Bryan M. Pargas at Aeron John E. Pagaoa.

Integrated project based assessment sa disiplina ng Filipino at Science ang nabanggit na mga investigatory projects.

"Ang Tiririt ng Ibong Adarna" Marks Sining Karilagan's 1st Theater Season Production

On its 1st Theater Season, Sining Karilagan, Glendale School’s official theater organization, presented Elmer Gatchalian’s full-length play “Ang Tiririt ng Ibong Adarna”.

The play was directed by Mr. Mark Angelus Padon, with lights and set design by Loriz Lansang, a student from Grade 10- Electron. The play was a parody of the classic novel Ang Ibong Adarna. Colorful aesthetics, farcical movements and humorous lines made the play an interactive and fun production.

The play circled on the saying “Kaya Ko, Kaya Mo, Kaya Nating Lahat!” that suggests no one should limit his or her capability based on his or her gender identity or role. It breaks the patriarchal notion that men can do more or achieve more than women, as the central character, Prinsesa Mina solved the mystery that Kaharian ng Yodapapwa was beset to.

The long hours of rehearsals, time consuming memorization, and the dreadful making of props and costumes all paid-off as the audience welcomed the cast and staff with reverberating applause as the curtain called. Definitely, this production is one for the books.

Unfolding the Magic of Love with Sining Karilagan’s 2nd Theater Season Production

Following the success of Ang Tiririt ng Ibong Adarna production, Sining Karilagan mounted its 2nd Theater Season with an adaptation play by Rolando Tinio entitled Pangarap sa Isang Gabi ng Gitnang Tag-araw, William Shakespeare’s translated play A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Pangarap sa Isang Gabi ng Gitnang Tag-araw, deals with the universal theme of love and its complications: disappointment, confusion, marriage. The plot focuses on three parallel stories: the trials and experiences of two sets of lovers camping in a magical forest, the world of the Fairy King and Queen and their elves, and a group of rough craftsmen attempting to stage a production of "Pyramus and Thisby" for the wedding of the Duke of Athens.

 

Hermia is in love with Lysander, but her father wants her to marry Demetrius. To escape the arranged marriage, she and Lysander elope into the woods. Demetrius follows them, and he is pursued by Helena, who nurses an unrequited passion for him. A love quadrangle develops among the young lovers when mischievous Puck plays Cupid. "The course of true love never did run smooth" says Lysander. Meanwhile, a group of amateur actors rehearses a badly-written play in the woods, and soon all find their lives changed by the doings of Oberon and Titania, the warring king and queen of the fairies. Magic, action, love and humor are the ingredients for this unforgettable spell.

The actors went on rigid workshop of dancing, mime, improvisation and characterization to bring out the beauty of the story. Set in the disco era of the 80’s the incorporation of music, dance steps and costume wrapped the production with a stellar performance. The audiences were put on a dreamland as they unfold the story behind the star-crossed lovers and able to learn the character of being obedient to parents.

ECO WEEK in GLENDALE!

"Children are born with a sense of wonder and an affinity for nature.  Properly cultivated, these values can mature into ecological literacy, and eventually into sustainable patterns of living." -Zenobia Barlow, "Confluence of Streams"

Here in Glendale School, we make everyday an Earth Day! Our Young Eco Warriors played their part in saving Mother Earth enthusiastically through different projects and presentations that promote love and care for our environment. At their very young age, we want to instill in our kids the value of saving our environment, not just today, but for the future generations as well. 

"Grade 3, The Explorers!"

Thinking harder, doing better! Another exciting Science Activity for our Grade 3 students as they discover the wonderful world of magnets! They learned how to use compass in this exciting activity where they apply their navigating skills with the help of their compasses to find what’s the hidden treasure at the end of each trail. Here in Glendale, we train our students to be dedicated in the sweat equity of their diligent hard work, steadfast persistent and to be focused on executing their pursuits through a series of different activities that help them develop such traits. Good luck and have fun kids!

“L.I.F.E. Day in Glendale School”

Glendale School celebrates L.I.F.E. Day (Learning Is Fun and Exciting).

Kids enjoyed different integrated activities and projects in the following core areas and clubs:
Sporty Science - a club that showcases different sports activities wherein they can apply the different skills and concepts they learned about motion and energy in their Science classes as well as reading comprehension in their English classes.
Math Chef- a club wherein our kids will apply the skills and concepts they learned in their Math classes about Money and Fraction through cooking demos that they surely enjoy!
ArtsCooltura-  a club wherein our kids showcased their artistic sides through a series of different art therapeutic activities that is integrated in their Araling Panlipunan and Character Education classes.

Together, let us all enjoy L.I.F.E. to its fullest!

I.T. Integrated Project-Based Learning Bringing Together Various Content Areas in One

Technology is everywhere, and schools must not be left behind.  Technology learning and project-based learning are a perfect fit and that is just exactly what education in Glendale means. Our teachers design learning experiences incorporated and integrated with the use of technology to promote fun-filled activities that target students' various styles of learning

Glendale School Joins the Metro Manila Shake Drill 2016

Glendale School actively participated in the largest metro-wide earthquake drill held last June 22, 2016 at 9:00 AM. The Metro Manila Shake Drill aims to promote a culture of preparedness not only to residents but to students as well. Students were oriented and trained with points they need to keep in mind before, during and after earthquakes strike.  It was a successful event for every Glendalean who participated alertly and calmly as they focused on the tips they’ve learned about such an event. Good job and stay safe always Glendaleans!

Glendale School Welcomes Scholastic Phils.

Glendale School together with Scholastic Philippines, teamed-up to promote the value of reading to our dear Glendaleans during our “Literacy Month” last September. Different activities were lined up during this weeklong event "Feelin' Groovy Book Fair 2016", Mascot appearance by Clifford the Dog and the Hippie Dress-Up Parade aimed to instill in our kids the importance of reading in our daily lives. Our kids enjoyed this special event as they participated, learned and had fun all week long!

Mini Science Investigators!

Cheers to our Future Science Investigators! 
Early graders thoroughly investigate different materials around them and their product labels. Child safety is a must, and here in Glendale, that’s in our topmost priority!  We educate our students to be fully equipped with the skills and information they need to be aware and prepared when faced with different kinds of situations.

Potentially harmful materials are just around the corner so better be safe and healthy- than sorry!

“ECO Film Showing Day”

(An Eco Week Celebration)

An environmentally-themed film showing event was held to promote awareness in the different factors that contribute to the destruction of Mother Earth as well as possible solutions to solve these issues. Our kids enjoyed movies that teach lasting principles and big concepts to little minds like Lorax as it tackles about a war between those who would exploit Mother Nature’s natural resources for their own profit, and the indigenous people and wildlife that call these areas home, who need those resources for their very survival; and Wall-E that teaches us to protect the environment before it’s too late.

Pagdiriwang ng Linggo ng Wika

Here are some of our students as they showcase their talents in singing and poem recital during our recently concluded “Linggo ng Wika Celebration” held last August in Glendale School Main Campus. This is a perfect opportunity for our students to strut their stuff to everybody and to just show them what they’ve got.

Here in Glendale, we promote participation and appreciation of the arts to our children. We believe that they are important for our child’s healthy emotional and intellectual development as well as to show our support and appreciation for our country’s culture and arts.

“Valentine's Day Celebration

Love rules in Glendale School! Here are our dear Glendaleans as they celebrate Heart’s Day. Love is really in the air on this special day with various activities like Heart’s Day Themed Artworks - wherein their creativity stood out as they make Valentine’s Day cards and memorabilia for their loved-ones; thrilling games that filled every one’s  heart with love and excitement and a special mini concert prepared by our kids as they sang to the latest tunes of love.  Everybody had a blast on this special day! 

Multiple Intelligence Awards 2017

According to Dr. Howard Gardner, IQ is not one-dimensional, and that it can’t be described by a single number. Each child is unique. Each child is special in their own ways. And because we believe that, the the yearly “Multiple Intelligence Awards” has been launched.

We recognize that there are many paths to understanding, and students learn best when they are able to engage in activities that focus on their strengths and interests. We know and understand that each child learn in different ways, and recognizing them of their great potentials has become a powerful motivating tool in empowering Glendaleans in taking responsibility for their own learning experience. 

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