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RENAVIGATING THE DOMAIN OF SPECIAL EDUCATION Free Lecture-Forum at New Era U

March 23, 2015

Sharing to anyone interested in sped education an invitation from BRO. ED H. LUMBAO, Sped Director, NEU and Dr. EDILBERTO I. DIZON, Professor of Special Education and SPED Diagnostician-Counselor

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Dear Participant:

Warm Greetings! It is with much joy getting in touch with you and bonding with you personally and professionally through our yearly national conferences and lecture-fora.

The Special Education Program of the New Era University (NEU) – in celebration of the university’s 40th founding anniversary – cordially invites you to its SPED Lecture Forum on this topic: RENAVIGATING THE DOMAIN OF SPECIAL EDUCATION: Discovering Emerging Disciplinal Paradigms. This is scheduled on:

May 30, 2015, Saturday / 12:00 noon – 5:00 p.m.
NEU – College of Evangelical Ministry
New CEM Bldg., 16 Central Avenue, Quezon City 

The theme of this lecture-forum focuses on the developments, issues and concerns in, and scope and interconnections of seven (7) disciplinal components: Conceptualization, Contextualization, Categorization, Collaboration, Connections, Core Contents and Career Destination and Charting New Directions (Dizon, 2014). This theme is most relevant and timely as it aims to propel stakeholders (professors, students, parents, administrators and support-persons) to reflect on, redefine and reformulate concepts and guidelines, and draw implications on guidance/intervention provisions. Such, therefore, is most helpful in enhancing knowledge and competencies in the ever-dynamic discipline of Special Education.

Our speaker is DR. EDILBERTO I. DIZON, a pillar of Special Education and retired U.P. SPED Professor. He is currently a Professorial Lecturer in SPED at the NEU, and still a SPED Diagnostician-Counselor at the ChildFind Therapy Center.

Again, welcome to the NEU and spend a few hours of academic discussion toward a more responsive SPED in the Philippines. It has been said that we are “called to serve”. This lecture-forum aims to facilitate our journey toward such destination! Except for the lecture monograph you may wish to buy, the lecture-forum is open to participants free of charge.

Thank you and magkita-kits tayo sa May 30!