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SENIAS Spring Conference

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Cultivating Collective Responsibility

This conference is open to all educators, administrators, community professionals, and parents who would like learn more about supporting all students' success in school. Cultivating Collective Responsibility is a concept taken from our previous SENIAS conference at Singapore American School and resonates with a growing momentum in Singapore to create a culture of inclusivity in education.

· Expert Panel Discussions will focus on topics such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, Executive Skill Functioning, Language and Literacy Interventions and Supports, Early Intervention Services, as well as Supporting Mental Health Concerns in a School Setting

· Breakout Sessions will feature topics ranging from the Response-to-Intervention Model, fine motor development, math and literacy intervention, supporting students’ language development and research-based behavioral support strategies.

· Keynote Address by Dr. Eric Sands will offer inspiration and insight related to our conference theme of “Cultivating Collective Responsibility”

· Expo Booth Lunch will provide an opportunity to personally connect with a wide range of community service professionals such as tutoring agencies, educational and clinical psychologists, diagnostic clinics, therapeutic programs, and counseling resource centers

· Director’s Meeting will provide Learning Support Coordinators/Directors with an opportunity to strengthen collaborative efforts across the region

$50.00 Registration Fee includes breakfast and lunch

Click the link for the Conference Agenda

This is a SENIAS Event hosted by:

Student Support Department @ Stamford American International School

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  • The event description was updated. Diff 2017-04-21 23:03:07
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Sat Apr 22, 2017
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM SGT
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Stamford American International School
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Stamford American International School Singapore
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Stamford American International School
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