For three days, men, women and children filled the streets of EDSA holding on frail hope. For those brief moments, they feared for their security, their lives, their future.
Maria Angala, NBCT
Filipino Teacher, Washington DC
PTN IS GLOBAL
Pinoy Teachers Network has been a great help to new teachers here in America. More power to its Prime Movers who are always there to inform and facilitate the involvement of us teachers in any enriching activities. -- Perla Alega, PG County, Maryland--
Thanks to the Filipino Teachers behind PTN. This is a great start to an inspiring movement in the field of education around the globe! Let's continue in the growing process and keep ourselves connected! --- Liz Genuino, Los Angeles, CA ---
We have done well. Let us continue doing what we are doing and still do more. --Ma. Lourdes Ladrido, PhD, IloIlo Philippines--
Continue to stay focused so PTN can achieve its full potential... --- MS. HJAYCEELYN QUINTANA First Secretary & Consul Head, Cultural Section Embassy of The Philippines Washington DC--
Rolly Obedencio has been teaching ESL in the Philippines, China and Thailand for about nine years. He has earned a Certificate in TESOL. He is presently pursuing his second MA in Educational Leadership. He lives in Bangkok at the moment.
"Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) can either be a chosen or a fortuitous career. Please read my personal account of the challenges I have met as an ESL teacher in Thailand, coming from a different perspective. Some teachers of similar experience may find this article meaningful. Any positive implication elicited from reading
this brief memoir is sufficient for me to say, “mission accomplished”."