Monthly Archives: May 2017

Important Behaviors that Should Be Acquired Distance Learning

by Guillermo Bautista Jr. Distance learning can be very demanding in terms of time. This course is even more demanding because it’s a trimestral course. Students have to read and accomplish things in almost half the time of the semestral … Continue reading

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On Behaviors and Corporal Punishments

by Guillermo Bautista Jr. Most of my life, I was the only child in the family, so as you can imagine, I would receive mostly reinforcements and very few punishments. One of the reinforcements I remember was that my mother … Continue reading

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The Changes in My Beliefs About Intelligence

by Guillermo Bautista Jr.  My strength in terms of intelligence is logical-mathematical under Gardner’s multiple intelligence. When I was young and naïve, I did not really consider non-logical, non-scientific, and non-mathematical fields as a challenge and did not consider people … Continue reading

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Nurture Supports Nature

by Guillermo Bautista Jr. I came from a poor family and was raised by a single parent who values education so much. The first phrase that probably stuck in my mind before even entering grade school was that “education is … Continue reading

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Welcome to my blog in EDS103

Hi everyone. I am Guillermo Bautista, a student at the University of the Philippines Open University. This is my blog in EDS103 – Theories of Learning, a course which I am currently taking at the UP Open University. In this blog, … Continue reading

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