2nd Parenting Seminar January 21






FROM :Mrs. Josephine C. Yao, School Directress










What differentiates successful students from the average ones?  Is it all related to IQ and genetics or are some other factors involved?  Success in school is not so much determined by sheer intelligence as knowing HOW to study. Many children experience frustration and failure in school.  It is not because they lack ability, but because they do not have adequate study skills.  Good study habits are important for success in school now and especially in the future.




It is with this in mind that we are inviting Mother Goose parents of both Q.C. and San Juan to our second parental seminar.




WHEN: January 21, Saturday 


TIME :8:30am to 10:30 am


WHERE: Mother Goose San Juan


                        18 E. Maclang  St. cor. P. Guevarra St.


TOPIC: “Building Study Habits”


SPEAKER:Teacher Hilda Silvano




In this module, you will discover your child’s (and yours, too) preferred learning style through which learning comes more easily.  Tips on how to help them organize their studies, and how we parents can help and support them will also be discussed.  You will find that once our children develop effective study habits, the job of studying and learning will become easier.  Instead of working harder, they will be working smarter.




Our speaker T. Hilda Silvano  is the program area supervisor in Scholastic and ensures proper implementation of Scholastic literacy programs by providing consultancy to partner schools under her care. She participates in the development of literacy programs; gives literacy trainings/workshops to teachers, and librarians; conducts literacy seminars for parents on Building Study Habits, Behavior Management, Motivating Children to Read and Family Communication.  She has earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Tourism at University of Santo Tomas and Teacher Certification in Philippine Normal University and passed her LET. She completed required credits for a Master’s Degree in English at the University of Santo Tomas. 


 Teacher Hilda taught for 10 years in different schools (Manila Cathedral School, Immaculate Conception Academy and Don Bosco Technical College). She became the Language and Filipino Coordinator at Don Bosco Technical College where she was also a part time instructor in College.




Please come and join us for this interesting and timely topic for parents.