SENIA Partner: NFI (PD Opportunity)

Join NFI at Jakarta Intercultural School for two very interesting events:
 

September 26thLeadership for Inclusion

September 27 & 28Challenge Accepted!: Reframing our approach to challenging behavior in international schools

Register here.

Registration Flyer: NFI@JIS2018flyer-revised

SENIA Manila Annual Conference

The SENIA Manila Chapter recently held their Annual Conference in March 2018, at the British School Manila. Thank you to everyone who made the conference a success! Did you miss the conference? Remember, anyone interested in learning more about supporting students with needs can attend. 

Don’t forget to check out http://www.manila.senia.asia/ in the future for more information on next year’s annual conference.

Check out some of the images from this year’s conference.

The SENIA Connection – 3rd Edition

Find out what’s happening with SENIA in our 3rd Edition of The SENIA Connection – Newsletter_Third Edition

SENIA 2019: Save the Date

EARCOS/SENIA Registration Closed

Please be advised that registration is NOW CLOSED. See you in BKK in March 2018!

2018 SENIA Student Award Winner

Please join SENIA in congratulating the 2018 SENIA Student Award Winner – Maya Nicolai from Shanghai American School (Pudong) in Shanghai, China! We are looking forward to hearing you speak at EARCOS/SENIA 2018 in Bangkok, Thailand! Read more about Maya – SENIA Student Award Winner.

SENIA 2018 Advocacy Award Winner

SENIA would like to congratulate the 2018 SENIA Advocacy Award Winner, Dr. Toh Teck Hock  from Sarawak, Malaysia! We are looking forward to hearing you speak at EARCOS/SENIA 2018 in Bangkok, Thailand! To find out more about Dr. Toh, please read: Dr.-Toh-Award-Winner_

 

 

Special Education in Beijing, Coming together

The Special Education Network in Beijing (SENIB) held its 6th conference on November 17th. The conference was hosted by Beijing City School at its Early Childhood Center. The participants represented several schools and organizations who provide services to children and adults with special education needs. Please read the SENIB Newsletter for a  full recap of the event –  SENIB Newsletter.

[Conference] SENIA Singapore holds Spring Conference 2017

On April 22nd 2017, SENIA Singapore held its second successful full day conference at the Stamford American International School.

The theme of the day was ‘Cultivating Collective Responsibility’. Over one hundred attendees were present from a variety of local and international institutions. The day started with a keynote address from Dr Eric Sands about creating inclusive cultures. Following this was two rounds of workshops, followed by panel discussions in the afternoon. The sessions were presented from a wide variety of people representing various centres and schools in Singapore and covered a range of relevant, pertinent topics. At the completion of the day, SENIA Singapore presented its inaugural Advocacy Award to Dr Roby Marcou. Dr Marcou has been actively involved in supporting students with special educational needs in Asia for many years. Stamford American International School hosted the event and the facilities and staff there enabled the attendees to have an enjoyable, smoothly run day. We would like to thank everyone for making the day a success and we look forward to seeing you at our next event!

Story and Photos by Contributor: Karli Koning

[Course] Executive Functioning and the Teenage Brain

Great news! One of SENIA’s Board Members Lori Boll has successfully designed an online class entitled “Executive Functioning and the Teenage Brain” through 21st Century Learning.  

Click the video below for an overview of Lori’s class. 

 

For those interested in taking this online class, visit “Executive Functioning and the Teenage Brain” at the 21st Century Learning website.