Helping Kids Be Super at Superkids 2012
Parents must be aware that the ages 0-11 are a child’s formative years. During this period, they must learn how to build their child’s foundation through learning and experience.
This year, Superkids 2012, as part of the 33rd Manila International Book Fair, will help in educating parents on how to prepare these young minds for the needs of an ever changing world. A two-day interactive conference on early childhood will be held on September 14-15, Friday and Saturday, at Function Room 3, 3rd level of the SMX Convention Center.
The main speaker is Dr. Thomas Armstrong from California, a noted author and educational consultant. He will focus on topics such as “Exemplars of Best Schools (from Early Childhood to High School)” on September 14 and “The Power of Neurodiversity and Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom” for September 15. Other experts and educators from all over the country will also be sharing their tips, opinions, perspectives, and expertise on early childhood education and provide discussions in between sessions.
Dr. Didi Manahan (Directress of Explorations Pre-School and Keys Grade School), Ms. Anna Franchesca Lacanilao (Directress of The Learning Tree Pre-School), and Ms. Ani Rosa Almario (Directress of Raya School) will discuss the topic “Alternative Forms of Learning Environments and Institutions” on September 14.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Teresa Gustilo-Villasor will talk about the “Issues and Trends in Learning Styles in the 21st Century”, Developmental and behavioral pediatrician Dr. Francis Xavier Dimalanta, will enlighten conference goers on “Developmental Pediatrics: Evaluation and Assessment of Different Types of Learners”, and lastly, early childhood education expert Ms. Ma. Carolina Gustilo-de Ocampo will share about “Creative Innovators: How to Develop Young Children Who Will Change the World” on September 15.
Moms and dads shouldn’t miss this fun-filled learning event. For more information about Superkids 2012, contact organizer Primetrade Asia Inc. at 896-0661 or 896-0682, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Published: 2012-09-10 10:44:05