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Cyber bullying is real, and it's a serious issue we shouldn't ignore. Today, Google Philippines and the National Youth Commission launched the Web Rangers program. We're looking for 50 inspiring teens who can help make the web a safer place. If you're 14-18 years old, watch this video, http://youtu.be/1ZWFWdVbTuI, and sign up at http://webrangers.ph. Let us know why you should be a Web Ranger #WebRangersPH  
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2 days left! Vote for your favorite doodle! 

http://google.com.ph/doodle4google/vote.html.

Look for the entry from Berkeley School and vote!
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Congratulations Shiyandrella Delizo for being one of the 40 finalist to the 2014 Doodle for Google Philippines!

See and vote for her doodle at https://www.google.com.ph/doodle4google/vote.html#d=d1-2
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Back to school today
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"BERKELEY School used a solid second quarter run to overwhelm Ednas School of Dagupan in the passerelle division of the ongoing Milo twin tournament at the Easter College gym Monday morning.

After trailing by three points at the close of the opening canto, Berkeley outhustled and out rebounded first day winner Ednas en route to a 72-50 victory.

From a 10-13 count, Berkeley opened the second period with a huge 10-2 run that spanned for five minutes to erect a 23-13 lead halfway in the quarter before closing the half with a commanding 39-15 advantage.

“Minamalas kame sa offense kaya I told them to step up sa defense and good thing it worked for us,” said Berkeley head coach Arky Go.

Ednas, which earlier won against defending champion Saint Louis College La Union, failed to sustain their opening day win turning the ball over 16 times in the second period alone that tear the game wide open.

Ednas is coached by former PBA players Cris Calaguio and defense specialist Jun Marzan. Go said he felt a little bit star struck as the two were his idols during their heydays as a pro.

“Medyo star struck nung una pero I di not let it affect our game plan which is to play tough defense,” added Go.

Patrick Rebugio and Christian Aquino both had a team high of 12 points to lead Berkeley while Ednas leaned on Ian Rasing who had a game high of 15 markers while Zander Ozo added 10.

In the other passerelle game, Baguio City National High School bounced back from a lopsided loss during their opening game with a 126-31 drubbing of Baguio Patriotic High School.

City High exploded with 38 points in the second period led by Brix Diso who had 14 while Michael Chico and Rafael Tychingco chipped in 12 and 10 respectively. Diso eventually finished the ball game with 18 markers while Daniel Esgana had 15 in the ball game, 11 of which came in the third period.

Patriotic was led by James Ilagan with nine while Eric Meroza chipped in eight.

University of the Cordilleras Laboratory High School meanwhile cruised to their second win in two starts, also in the passerelle division, with a 100 – 26 one sided win over Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Montessori.

The junior Jaguars squad fired 30 in the opening canto while letting Mt. Carmel scoreless in the first 10 minutes of action.

Justin Gapasin had 16 while Joshua Fontanilla added 14 for UC who led 50-10 at halftime.

In the small basketeers of the Philippines (SBP) division, Berkeley also scored their second victory by edging Mt. Carmel, 47-11.

Berkeley ended the first canto with an 18-2 lead before closing the first half with a commanding 26-4 lead.

Jan De Ayre led Berkeley with 10 while Raigne Serrano had eight."
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The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows.

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Classroom 101

School might be out for the summer, but Classroom is just getting started. Check out this walkthrough video for a preview of how it works for teachers and students.

More teaching. Less tech-ing.
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What do computer programmers do in the real world? Find out in our “Meet the Professional” series!

http://cs-blog.khanacademy.org/2014/03/what-does-computing-professional-look.html
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Say Happy 20th Anniversary to the Philippines Internet in the wackiest and most creative way and you might just win some swags! Don't forget to add #GBGPH and #20PHNET in your posts. 
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Examination Tips
Revise the work that you did in class on the same day.

Have faith that you will pass this exam. Self confidence is important.

Just relax! Don't sweat it and you will spend more time focusing on the test than things like time and appearance.

Never think you won't be able to pass the exam. Always think positive. If you say you can: you can. If you say you can't: you can't.

Be positive by using affirmations. Use and repeat positive words like confident, capable, good memory recall whenever any negative thought comes.

If you have an idea of the questions that will be asked and are finding it hard to remember the answers, write the question in one side of the card and the answer on the back. Practice relating the question to the answer and when you go to the exam, your mind will remember!

If you're stuck on one question, move on to another question then come back to the difficult one later. This saves you time, so you won't waste it all on just one question.

Get everything before you start studying. Don't waste your time in searching for stuff.

Always study when you have the chance. Don't let your mind tell you that you don't want to study.

Sleep well before exams, so your mind will be alert before, after, and during the exam.

Don't consume caffeine, or any other stimulating substance (i.e Ritalin) any less than 5-6 hours prior to sleeping. Such substances reduce the efficiency of sleep, meaning that even with sufficient sleep time, you may not feel well rested upon waking.
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