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Using Original Pilipino Music to Teach Economics

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  • 1. Using Original Pilipino Music to Teach Economics Sharing Philippine Culture and Service-Learning using Digital Tools ( Social Media and Edu2.0) By Noel R. Buensuceso
  • 2. Outline of Presentation Musical Influences Challenges in Teaching and Learning Digital Tools LMS/Edu 2.0 Demo
  • 3. Musical Influences Beatles
  • 4. John Travolta and Yoyoy Villame
  • 5. Al Jarreau and Nonoy Zuniga
  • 6. Eraserheads
  • 7. Noel Cabangon and Joey Ayala
  • 8. Challenges in Teaching and Learning Social Media Generation ( visual and auditory) Multi-tasking Short attention span Cellphones and Ipod (other gadgets) New teaching methodologies
  • 9. Digital Tools Economic lessons in Facebook Online gradebook ( Engrade.com) Online book ( Online quiz, Powerpoint, Summary, etc) Videos from YouTube
  • 10. Assessment Better performance of students Feedback from students (SELS)
  • 11. From Facebook to Edu 2.0
  • 12. Ang Himig Natin Use of Original Pilipino Music (OPM) Blogs: Basic message, idea or themes expressed in the lyrics of the song related to current lessons in economics