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[News] All set for SENIA Manila 2014!

The 3rd Annual SENIA Manila conference will be held at Beacon School on March 22, 2014. The conference will be full of exciting events including two plenary seminars, workshops and time for communities of practice sharing. The honorary SENIA Student Awards will also be given to winners from the Philippines. For the full program and workshop details, click here.

In preparation for the 3rd Annual SENIA Manila conference, SENIA Manila members were given an opportunity to sign-up for workshops and lunch in advance through Sign-Up genius. Handouts from the various presentations will be made available after the conference is over.

SENIA would like to thank Beacon School and Ms. Yvette Crisostomo for organizing this year’s conference. See you on March 22, 2014.

Don’t forget to share your memories by posting your photos using the official hashtag #SENIAManila2014!

[News] SENIA Manila starts 2014 with exciting activities

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
Manila Program
Email: [email protected]

Best Buddies Open House
Feb. 16, 2014, Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street (4th Floor, The Forum) Open to all

SENIA MANILA Conference 2014

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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
Email: [email protected]

Updates on SENIA Manila Conference 2014 is available on the conference page here. Stay connected!

In the meantime, enjoy these photos from the last SENIA Manila representatives meeting.

 

 

Registration for SENIA 2014 in Singapore now open!

Registration for SENIA 2014 conference in Singapore is now open!

SENIA 2014 Conference will be held at United World College East Campus in Singapore. The conference will have three strands covering valuable topics. The three strands of the SENIA 2014 Conference include:

  • Behaviour management
  • Mathematics
  • Executive functioning

The conference will start at 8:30am on Friday, 28 February and will run until Saturday, 1 March, ending around 4:30pm.  There will be pre-conference workshop on Thursday, February 27. The price of SENIA 2014 is US$100 for the pre-conference and US$270 for the conference.

We have three wonderful keynotes confirmed. Margaret Thorsborne is our keynote speaker on behaviour management and a leader in the field of restorative practices. Steve Chinn is our maths keynote and an expert on dyscalculia and maths learning difficulties. Last but not least is Bonnie Singer, our executive functioning keynote speaker and expert on language and literacy.

Visit the SENIA 2014 page for more information. To register, please click here.

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