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Homeschooling masterclass for parents, students

Parents today have suddenly found themselves standing in for their children’s teachers—helping answer homework, explaining lessons they themselves sometimes don’t have any idea about, and building an environment conducive to learning. 

The struggle is real. 

ACTS Manila artistic director 
Chelo Borromeo-Gemina
To help parents and teachers alike build quality homeschool learning environment and experience for kids, educator, homeschooling mom, and ACTS Manila artistic director Chelo Borromeo-Gemina is facilitating a free and public creative masterclass and panel discussion on Dec. 2. 

Borromeo-Gemina is an educator who homeschooled her two sons, now aged 32 and 23, both musicians who teach at ACTS Manila. Her professional education experience included handling college-level English and Communications courses at the University of the Philippines and De La Salle University. She conducts seminars on Business English.

The talk, hosted by the Hub of Innovation for Inclusion of the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde in partnership with Power Mac Center, is open to parents, teachers, and students. It will be conducted via Zoom, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. 

The event will provide a Filipino Sign Language interpretation to welcome friends from the Deaf community who wish to participate. 

Interested attendees may register through https://bit.ly/LiveED04. 

Topics: Homeschooling masterclass , ACTS Manila , artistic director Chelo Borromeo-Gemina , Hub of Innovation for Inclusion , De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde

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