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Inclusion: Dissolving the Boundaries for Children with Special NeedsTake part in this conference that discusses the crucial role of educators and families in promoting inclusion of children with special needs in a diverse society.
The University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) is inviting everyone to take part of a one-day seminar entitled Inclusion: Dissolving the Boundaries for Children with Special Needs. The seminar will be held on January 29, 2011 (Saturday) from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm at the PLDT Hall, APEC Communications Building at the University of Asia and the Pacific.
The last two decades witnessed the emergence of inclusion as a philosophy in educating children who follow a typical development and those with special needs. This one-day seminar brings together the expertise of educators who have taken inclusion as one of their advocacies in helping and teaching regular children, children with special needs and their families. Aside from providing the participants with a working knowledge of the concept of inclusion, the seminar will reinforce the idea that inclusion is all about belonging and participating in a diverse society.
Seminar fee: P2,500 for each participant (inclusive of two snacks, lunch, the seminar kit, and a certificate of participation)
If you confirm and pay your attendance on or before January 15, 2011, you are entitled to a discounted fee of Php 2,000. Interested undergraduate students automatically get a 50% discount and graduate students will only pay PhP 2,000. They will have to present their school IDs upon registration. All participants are expected to confirm their participation to enable us to prepare the necessary logistics.
For more information, please call (02) 634-2828 and ask for Ms. Josephine Teves (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 6342828 or Dr. Angel Antonio (email@example.com).ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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