March 28. Unraveling Misconceptions in the Teaching and Learning of Science (1:00pm-
March 29. The Art of Questioning (8:00am-
April 12. Preparing & Correctly Implementing the School Security Program (8:30am-
April 13. Stategies to Address Troubled Youth (8:00am-
April 16. Teacher Burn-out: Inevitable or Preventable (8:00am-
April 18-19. Meeting the Challenges of Today's Preschool Education Program (8:00am-
April 21. Roadblocks to Student Success (8:00am-
April 24. Literature for Children: Strategies to Help Children Respond to Literature in the Classroom (8:00am-
April 24. K-12 and the Teaching of English (1:00pm-
April 28. Survival Skills for High School Teachers (8:00am-
May 3. Survival Skills for Grade School Teachers (8:00am-
May 5. Assisting Students Struggling with Math (8:00am-
May 7. ISQ2: Strengthening the Spirituality in the Work Place (8:00am-
May 9-10. Management Issues for School Administrators (8:00am-
May 12. Speaking to High Schoolers About History (8:00am-
May 12. Speaking to High Schoolers About Science (1:00pm-
May 16. The Preparation of Early Childhood Professionals (8:00am-
May 19. The First Day of Class: Making a Good Impression (8:00am-
May 22. Recognizing and Addressing Children with Special Needs in the Classroom (8:00am-
May 25. A Symposium on Character Building: Helping Your Student Become a Responsible Citizen (8:00am-
May 30. Music Education for Pre-School (8:00am-
June 1. The First Grand Symposium for Non-Teaching Personnel: How to be an Effective "Face" of the School (8:00am-
All seminars will be held either at the AVR of the Social Development Complex or the Walter Hogan Conference Center of the Institute of Social Order Complex, Ateneo de Manila Campus, Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Philippines.
For details and reservations, send an email indicating the seminar(s) you are interested in to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Board and Lodging may be arranged for provincial educators.
The Center for Professional Development and Personal Formation is a member of the PASEO Group.