The Autism Society Philippines (ASP) is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to the well-being of persons with autism spectrum disorder. The ASP has been in the forefront of providing services and training to families living with autism.

05 May 2011

May 28 Back to Back Seminars

Inclusion of Children with Autism in the Regular Classroom

9AM-12NN


This seminar will discuss how schools can effectively adjust their curricular framework to accept students with disabilities, including children with autism. The seminar will also present ways of accessing the regular education curriculum and how students, with and without disabilities are evaluated. Participants will learn different approaches on how to make ALL students function in an inclusive classroom environment.


"Differentiated Instruction"

1:30PM-4:30PM


Differentiated instruction (DI) lies at the heart of inclusive education. The two terms are not synonymous. A school cannot say that it is inclusive without applying the tenets of differentiated instruction. A school may likewise say it is using DI but its goal may not be truly inclusive in the manner we understand inclusion to be. But the philosophy of inclusion becomes real only when instruction is differentiated to address the diverse learning needs of students.



The topic includes a discussion on the nature and basic principles of DI. There will be a demonstration on how DI can be done within the classroom, with illustration on how content, process, and outcome of instruction are managed through the flexible use of time, materials, groupings, and instruction. DI is for all students, not just for students with special learning needs.


Speaker:


Dr. Mercedes Adorio obtained her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology & Educational Sociology in UP and has served as College Secretary (1992-1995) and as Faculty-in-Charge of the Special Education area of the Division of Curriculum and Instruction. She is often invited as resource person in national and regional school divisions and has presented papers in international conferences. She is the author of Special Education in the Philippines: Trends and Issues. Dr. Adorio was a former professor of Special Education of UP, Diliman. She is currently teaching SPED at the Philippine Women’s University.



Venue: Quality Life Discoveries # 70 20th Avenue, Project 4, Quezon City

SEMINAR FEE is inclusive of certificate, handouts and snacks


Single Seminar

Pre-reg. *until May 25

Member 500.00

Non-Member 600.00


On-site Reg.

Member 600.00

Non-Member 700.00


Double Seminar

Pre-reg. *until May 25

Member 800.00

Non-Member 1, 000.00


On-site Reg.

Member 1, 000.00

Non-Member 1, 200.00


Pre-registered participants may pay to Autism Society Philippines, Metro Bank, Kamias Branch Account # 047-3-04751874-2. Please fax the deposit slip with the name/s of participant/s to ASP office and bring it on the day of the seminar. On-site registrants will be accepted depending on the availability of slots. There will only be 60 slots available. No refund will be given to participants who did not show up on the date of the seminar. For more details, please call ASP Office at 926 6941 / 929 8447.


The ASP Seminar Series serves as a platform to educate Filipino parents and professionals on the various interventions, modalities and theories surrounding Autism Spectrum Disorder. Their application and implementation are left at your discretion. The views and personal experiences of the speakers are of their own and don’t necessarily reflect that of the views of the organization.

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