Welcome to EducAsian Learning

EducAsian Learning, Inc. is an educational consultancy and management firm. We collaborate with forward-thinking organizations to design and support innovative learning practices using research-based methods. Our team of educational specialists, comprised of local and foreign academe, brings a global perspective to local learning.

We aim to develop lifelong learners and mentors by tailoring the best, most sustainable practices to achieve our clients’ goals. Our many services include...

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Barbara Kitane-Boero

Managing Director, Founder

Barbara is the founder and Managing Director of EducAsian Learning, Inc. She had her...

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Keith Jones

Senior Consultant

Kieth Jones is the former headmaster of Aguinaldo International School Manila. He is the...

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Karin Van Orman

Director of Programs

Karin Van Orman is the Academic Director of EducAsian Learning, Inc. She is a...

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EducAsian Updates

Tina Rodriguez
Mar 24, 2016

How to Help Kids to be Storytellers

“Every child is a storyteller,” or at least has the potential to be one. Thus is the belief of the people behind “The Kids WriteShop*,” an “integrated balanced literacy program” spearheaded by EducAsian Learning, Inc. in cooperation with Ayala Museum’s

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Tina Rodriguez
May 10, 2016

Helping Kids find their “Voice” through Writing

When I was a kid, I loved to read books and learned to write my own stories. I actually wanted to take up writing as a university/college course, but my parents wanted me to pursue a pre-Med degree (BS in

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Tina Rodriguez
Jun 09, 2016

3 Simple Ways to Support your Child’s Dreams

Are you a parent like me, who wants to do whatever it takes to support my children’s dreams and hopes for the future? If your answer is “yes,” here are a few tips for doing just that:
1. Tell your

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Barbara Kitane-Boero
Jul 19, 2016

Children’s Literature and Literacy: Promoting Self-Understanding and Problem-solving

I just read this, children learn best not by being “taught” but through enjoyable interactions with the important people in their lives. I would have to add meaningful to those interactions, aside from being fun.
As parents, while being

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