Background of Flora Acman

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Building Bridges: Miss Flora C. Acman’s Vision for Educational Empowerment in Filipino Communities


“Teaching is the art of planting seeds in young minds. Nurture a supportive and inclusive environment, allowing each student to blossom into their unique selves. Every learner is a potential force for positive change.”

Background of Flora Acman

Flora C. Acman holds a Master of Arts in Education specializing in Special Education from New Era University. She also possesses a Bachelor of Science degree in Home Technology with a major in Food Technology from the former Southern Samar Agricultural College (now Eastern Samar State University). She holds teaching licenses from the Ministry of Education in Kuwait as a Special Needs Teacher and the Philippine Regulatory Board Commission (PBET) as a Professional Board for Teachers licensee. Her extensive educational and professional background includes roles as a disability care specialist and special education teacher at Fatma Clinic in Kuwait, where she also served as the department coordinator and head of the department for child psychology. Additionally, she has experience as a high school home economics teacher in Quezon City and Ramon Magsaysay Cubao H.S. She has actively contributed to educational initiatives, including being a founding member of TSOK (Teacher Specialist Organization Kuwait) in 2014, where she held positions as founder and treasurer. Her dedication to education and commitment to fostering a supportive community is evident in her efforts to promote Filipino culture and values among TSOK members, emphasizing teamwork, responsibility, honesty, kindness, and the importance of maintaining one’s cultural roots abroad. Under her leadership, TSOK has undertaken various charitable endeavors, including clean-up drives, charitable donations, and support for under-board teachers. The organization’s positive impact on the community and society is evident in its members’ success and employment, as well as its contributions during times of need, such as the pandemic. Her journey with TSOK showcases determination, collaboration, and a shared passion for enhancing educational experiences and making a meaningful difference.

What is the culture like at TSOK? How do you foster teamwork and promote personal growth?

TSOK organizers, officers, and members are all Filipino. We should always remember the saying, “Ang hindi marunong lumingon sa pinanggalingan ay hindi makakarating sa paroroonan” and “Ang hindi marunong magmahal sa sariling wika ay higit pa ang amoy sa malansang isda” by Jose Rizal. We need to look back at our roots, appreciate those who helped us become who we are today, and give back. Loving our Filipino culture (review) is essential. We should be observant even in a foreign land. While it’s fine to adapt to local customs (“When you are in Rome, do what the Romans do”), we shouldn’t be ignorant of our surroundings. Remember, “Ignorance of the law is no excuse.”

To promote teamwork, we need to be responsible, honest, available at all times, smart, kind, humble, and friendly. Above all, we must always put God first in everything we do.

What positive impact has TSOK had on the community and society?

The positive outcomes achieved by past and present TSOK officers are remarkable. Through thick and thin, rain or shine, TSOK stands strong and independent, capable of enduring whatever challenges come its way. Many TSOK board passers have found stable employment in the field of education and other areas, making them valuable assets to society and the community. The camaraderie, unity, and cooperation within TSOK have significantly contributed to these positive outcomes.



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