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Basic ICT (Windows and Word) for SPED Teachers Training 2019

Enrollment for Basic ICT for Teachers Training is now open ATRIEV will conduct a 5-day training for the teachers of special education, alternative learning system, or rehabilitation specialists for persons with visual impairment. This training teaches the participants on how to use a computer (particularly Microsoft Windows OS and Microsoft Word application in tandem with… Continue Reading Basic ICT (Windows and Word) for SPED Teachers Training 2019

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A Star Gate to Success

by John Sebastian Procoro Masbad Ask a child about his dream and he will tell you such hopeful words, “I want to be an engineer,” or “I want to become a pilot,” or “I wish I could be an astronaut.” How does a child come up with those professions that he does not know the… Continue Reading A Star Gate to Success

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The Mentor Who Changed My Life

by Charles Gabriel Allana Mentoring is an effective method of helping inexperienced individuals develop and progress in their life. Merriam Webster dictionary defines mentor as a trusted counsellor or guide. Who helps and guides another individual’s development. This two verses also define mentoring: Proverbs 27:17 iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another. Romans 15:14… Continue Reading The Mentor Who Changed My Life

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The Values My Teacher Taught Me

by Joyce Ann Vivas A quote says, “The aim of education is the knowledge, not of facts but of values.” This was the lesson I’ve learned from the teacher who changed my life. It was on my second year high-school when I met this teacher, Mrs. Liwanag she was my Values Education teacher then. That… Continue Reading The Values My Teacher Taught Me

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White Cane Safety Day Celebration 2019

Where It All Started For centuries around the world, cane, staff or stick was used to guide blind people in their travels. It was used to alert them of the obstacles in their paths. The use of white cane was claimed to have started in 1921 which was attributed to James Briggs, a Bristol photographer… Continue Reading White Cane Safety Day Celebration 2019

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A New found Family

by Nerikka Escario The family could be your greatest strength in times of problems but they can also be the one who will let you down and be your weakness. I was in my darkest hour back then when my sister said “Ano girl, pabigat na tayo ah?” I knew that was a joke so… Continue Reading A New found Family

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MOA Signing Between ATRIEV and Capiz State University: Building Bridges Towards Inclusive Society

Over the years, ATRIEV has been successful in making its mission possible in transforming the lives of hundreds of people with visual impairment and educating thousands of teachers, parents and other stakeholders through its programs and services. Of course, it will not happen without the support and assistance of different private and public institutions such… Continue Reading MOA Signing Between ATRIEV and Capiz State University: Building Bridges Towards Inclusive Society

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A Gatekeeper Who Directed Me to Finest Roads Of Life

by John Sebastian Procoro Masbad Being a school teacher is a great and critical profession. They have the ability to influence, lead the next generation’s literacy rate, and shape the mind of an innocent child. I naturally disregard annoying and exasperating teachers. We have our own favorite teacher and let me share you my special… Continue Reading A Gatekeeper Who Directed Me to Finest Roads Of Life

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A Teacher Who Learned a Lesson

by Nerikka Escario They say that Experience is the best teacher. Well, I guess I have to say that teachers can also learn from experience. Do you want to know how? It was my prelim examination on my third year college, when my vision started to deteriorate, and the ophthalmologist advised me to take a… Continue Reading A Teacher Who Learned a Lesson

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Sitel Academy Plust ATRIEV 2018

In memories of one of the most hardworking, versatile and inspiring family member of ATRIEV, Ms. Mariel Valbuena. To the family, please accept our heartfelt condolences for your loss. This might be a very tough time for you but we hope that you will find the comfort and love you seek through our prayers. To… Continue Reading Sitel Academy Plust ATRIEV 2018