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SENIA Manila starts 2014 with exciting activities
Representatives from SENIA schools met last January 23, 2014 at Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf Fort Bonifacio to plan for upcoming SENIA Manila activities. New representatives joined the meeting as well as a guest from Best Buddies Philippines. The meeting yielded several exciting activities lined up for SENIA Manila members. For those interested, please coordinate with the contact persons on or before the due date. Walk-ins run the risk of having no seats.
BEST BUDDIES Manila
A representative from Best Buddies, an international movement that partners students for success in school, business, and other areas offered a free training and open house about Best Buddies. Here are the dates.
Best Buddies Training
Feb. 15, 2014, Room B,C and D Unilab Bayanihan Center 8008 Pioneer St. Bo. Kapitolyo Pasig (Map here.)
Deadline for Registration: February 7, 2014
Best Buddies Contact:
Ms. Anj Onrubia Director
Best Buddies Philippines
Best Buddies Open House
Feb. 16, 2014, Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street (4th Floor, The Forum) Open to all
SENIA MANILA Conference 2014
Sponsor: Beacon International School
Date: March 22, 2014 (Saturday)
Fee: PhP300 for lunch (Same charge last year)
For inquiries, please contact Ms. Yvette Crisostomo, Beacon School
In the meantime, enjoy these photos from the last SENIA Manila representatives meeting.
More than 70 educators from SENIA Manila member schools attended the various workshops. Continue reading
The Special Education Network (SENIA) Manila Chapter is holding its Second Annual Conference at the International School Manila on March 9, 2013. More than 70 educators from various schools in Manila pre-registered for the one-day conference.
The workshop line-up for the SENIA Manila Second Annual Conference are as follows. Participants must pre-register for sessions they wish to attend. Continue reading
SENIA Manila held its first annual conference on January 28, 2012 at Brent International School Manila. The conference featured a series of collaboration workshops designed for the support staff in the international schools around Manila.
The event was attended by over sixty professionals from four schools: The Beacon School, Brent International School Manila, British School of Manila, and International School of Manila.
It was an opportunity for many of the talented professionals, including teachers and assistant teachers, in the area to get together and share common work experiences and to learn from one another. There were several workshops to choose from, including Remediation of Dyslexia, Visualization and Verbalization, Strategies for the Differentiated Classroom, Moderation of Support, Social Thinking Skills, and Discussion of Implementation Strengths and Weaknesses.
Feedback from the event was positive, with the most frequent comment being participants would like to see the time extended so that more workshops could be offered. Attendees overwhelmingly would like to see another professional development event like this again next year.