The Reading Association of the Philippines (RAP), in partnership with Department of English and Department of Literature of the University of Santo Tomas, invites all teachers and reading advocates to the 6th International and 48th National RAP Conference with the theme Literacy Towards Civility.
All plenary sessions and research presentations will focus on Preservation of Heritage, Literacy Advocacy, Tolerance in the Midst of Diversity, Respectful Reading Education, Literacy for Social Change, Informed Decision Making, Critical Reading of Mass Media, and Ethics in Social Media.
The conference is happening on August 2-4, 2018 at the TARC Auditorium of University of Santo Tomas, Manila.
See the DepEd Memo here. For inquiries and registration, please email email@example.com or contact:
Dr. Rosalyn G. Mirasol
firstname.lastname@example.org / 09150490370
Reading Association of the Philippines is an affiliate of International Literacy Association (formerly International Reading Association) in Delaware and was the first Southeast Asian organization listed.
Big Circle Time: Meeting the Challenges of Early Childhood Education
One of the brilliant minds of all time, Albert Einstein said, “It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” This especially holds true for the development of children during their formative years.
Recognizing the need for continuous teacher training and inspired by the response to its first conference last year, Fortissimo invites teachers, administrators and parents to the conference Big Circle Time 2009: Meeting the Challenges of Early Childhood Education. The 3-day conference will be held from May 13-15, 2009 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm at the SEAMEO Innotech along Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City.
The conference, which has been endorsed by the Department of Education (Advisory # 65 s. 2009) will have as its Keynote Speaker, Sen. Edgardo J. Angara, himself an advocate of Education. Another notable personality in the industry, Dr. Leticia Penaño-Ho will be talking about Early Intervention for the Classroom Teacher.
Various speakers have also been invited to preside over plenary sessions, concurrent workshops and talks such as Developing Teacher-Leaders, Dealing with Challenging Behavior in the Classroom, Cultural Literacy in the Early Childhood Classroom, and Yoga for Children, among others.
Now on its 2nd year, the Big Circle Time Conference 2009 will be a good opportunity for teachers, principals, administrators and even parents to learn from the experts and share their experiences with the community of educators and end-users.
For more details or reservations, please call Ms . Myra J. Jiao at 931-0372 or 0917-812-0110.
Big Circle Time 2009