Last Updated on 8 months by DIARYNIGRACIA
Name: ia adam lim
Url Address: specialeducationphilippines.com
FB/Fan Page: specialeducationphilippines; pinterest.comSPED Philippines
Philosophy in life:
Your imagination is your only limitation.
Tell us something random about yourself.
I love chocolates.
ABOUT YOUR BLOG
1. How, When and Why did you get into blogging industry?
I’ve been blogging since 2010
2. How you came up with the name for it?
It’s my Masters course in UPD.
3. Do you blog for a job full time? What else do you do aside from blogging?
I am a SPED teacher and a homeschooling parent.
4. Did you choose to start blogging directly about your chosen niche or because you just saw a good way to make money from blogging?
It is for my advocacy. I don’t think I can say that I am creating significant amount of money in blogging to categorize it as a career.
5. How much time do you spend on work related to your blog(s) each week?
I used to post one blog everyday but due to time constraints I have decided to post Mondays to Fridays only. Teachers need rest too.
6. What do you find to be your biggest struggle as a blogger?
I love to write so coming up with an original post is alright with me. However, I also summarize researches, conferences and seminars in my field so I guess the challenge is writing it in such a way that the readers will understand it with minimal jargon.
7. How does blogging help you, in terms of life and career?
Blogging gives me an opportunity to forward my advocacy and spread awareness about SPED.
8. How did you get to where you are now with your blog(s)? To what do you attribute your success? And what is the next goal you hope to achieve?
To quantify it I guess right now Special Education Philippines is on the Top 20 of Topblogs. I have been receiving inquiries about SPED from all over the Philippines as far as Visayas (hopefully, Mindanao too) I hope that this website can keep its reputation for being one of the most useful and purposeful educational tool here in the Philippines.
9. Where do you see your blog(s) and yourself in 5 years?
In 5 years, I see the Special Education Philippines website being able to bridge the gap between the resources and recipients. I still see myself working with integrity and purposeful to my cause.
10. One of the hardest things for beginner bloggers is getting traffic. What tips can you give bloggers to drive traffic to a new blog?
Network with fellow bloggers.
11. What advice would you give to new bloggers wanting to start blogging and help them start out on a path to success?
Be a problem solver. Do not plagiarize.
12. Describe your blog in 10 words.
Special Education Philippines is a website – where you can find everything about SPED in our country.
(photo from Special Education Philippines FB page)
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10 thoughts on “Teacher Ia’s Special Education Philippines”
It’s nice to have websites which deals with SPED. Those who need it can still be equipped.
The SPED blog is actually very helpful for someone like me who deals with a sister who is a special child. =)
nice to know that you are homeschooling. that is rare to do in Philippines. i’m planning to do that to my kids soon too.
My youngest brother currently goes to a SPED center and Teacher Ia’s could help in very many ways. 🙂
Hi Teacher Gracia! I believe in your advocacy why you are blogging. Blogging is not only for making money but most preferably it’s for sharing information that would help others.
I read IA’s blog and I admire her for her advocacy and her passion for special education.
I have recommended your site to my ‘soon’ daughter-in-law who is taking up Sped Educ.
It’s nice to know that there are few inidividuals who are dedicated to those who needs special attention. I hope our government will provide them ample budget to suffice their advocacy.
I really miss Teacher Ia. I haven’t read her blog now. I love her site/page because it really talks about children,may it be their personal, emotional and psychological problems.
My friend will love the site about SPED. She’s a SPED teacher din kasi 🙂
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