SEM Goes to Dubai!

Dubai, UAE—SEM now goes to the United Arab Emirates!

The pioneer classroom magazines in the Philippines now enjoy global readership. Salaguinto and Bato Balani, the Philippines’ first science classroom journals, have just landed in Dubai. Together with the rest of the Supplemental Educational Magazine (SEM) titles,  Filipino students of The Philippine School-Dubai, are now enjoyinga superior learning experience.

SEMs are curriculum-based classroom magazines for Math, Science, English, Filipino, Social Sciences, Computer Education, MAPEH and Christian Living for grade school and high school. As supplementary learning materials, SEMs provide a wide array of informative articles, fun exercises, and engaging activities to make learning and teaching so much more meaningful.

This breakthrough development concretizes DigiLearn's commitment to serve the thousands of Filipino students enrolled in Philippine Schools Overseas. “We’d want our young learners to get the same superior quality and benefits from our educational materials wherever they are,” says Jose Maria T. Policarpio, president of DigiLearn. ”We thank TPSD, particularly its Managing Directress Leticia Maniaul, for trusting DigiLearn and making us their partner in bringing 21st century learning to their classrooms.”

Competitive quality educational magazines going global—that’s world-class SEM for you!