Upcoming Events 2019-2020
If you are interested in hosting an event for SENIT, or want to promote an upcoming event, please contact our Professional Development and Events Coordinator Philip Bowman
Preparation for our Nov. 9th SENIA Thailand Conference is well underway! We already have a few facilitators, but we are still looking for more.
There will be a parking lot available for use next to the school and a shuttle bus from Phrom Phong BTS.
Drinks and Lunch will be served.
Past Events and Professional Development Opportunities
Master’s programme, SENCO (Special Educational Needs Co-ordination).
The programme includes:
- Two modules each worth 30 credits at Master’s Level (60 CAT points)
- Face-to-face taught sessions (8 days in total for academic year 2018-2019)
- Online support – discussion groups, networking
- Access to university online support and services
- Mentor support
Training will take place at a local venue in Bangkok.
SENCo Module One 17, 18, 19 and the 20th October 2018
SENCo Module Two 27, 28, 29 and 30th March 2019
For more information, please contact:
Harshi 081 910 9099
SENIT Network Meeting – Friday November 24 @ Concordian International School
SENIT Network Meeting – Date November 3 – Steps with Theera
EARCOS TEACHERS’ CONFERENCE/SENIA 2018
March 28 – 31 – Shangri la Hotel, Bangkok
We have a strong turnout expected, 45 educators are currently registered, and we still have a few more open seats if you are interested. Please register herebefore the end of the week. Registration cost, 200 baht a person, covers our administrative fees. (Provided by Nicky from Steps with Theera)
8:00-8:30 Coffee & Conversation
8:30-8:40 Board Introductions & House Keeping
8:40-9:10 Math Differentiation and Accommodations for Students with Dyslexia (Sally Loughborough)
9:10-9:40 Technology Tools to Support Reading (Merissa Bush)
9:45-10:30 Talking About and Tackling Challenges
10:30-11:00 Why Understanding Information Processing is Important(Basilia Mudzudzu)
Lunch (Provided by ISB)
11:45-12:30 Job Alike and Networking
12:30-1:00 EKLAN– Accredited Speech and Language Training (Hayley Thomas)
1:05-1:50 Sharing Successful Stories
1:50-2:15 Future Planning and Closing Remarks
2:30 – ? Optional Happy Hour(s) off campus at a local venue
SPARK Centre Offical Launch Party (You’re Invited!)
On Thursday 29 November 2018, Spark Centre, a new social enterprise and alternative therapy centre for children with special needs in Thailand, will officially launch. The evening, at Lebua Hotel, will be a kick off for Spark Centre, but more specifically an introduction to its first offering: Horse Boy Method and Movement Method out of the USA, with their creator Rupert Isaacson.
Rupert and team will be in Thailand training Spark Centre therapists in their methods as of mid-November through early December.
The evening of the 29th is a unique opportunity to meet Rupert and hear his incredible personal story: from father of a non verbal boy with autism to creator of a world-renowned centre called Horse Boy Foundation which has changed the lives of over 10,000 families impacted by autism in the US and Europe over the past 12 years. Please consider joining us for the evening to learn more about his story, his amazing son and these revolutionary approaches to working with kids with autism, but also children with other neuro-sensory conditions.
NFI Professional Conversation at the International School of Tanganyika
November 15 -17, 2018
or email to: [email protected]
NFI Professional Conversation at Bangalore International School
January 16 – 18, 2019
or email to: [email protected]
Please Come and Meet Us
SPARK CENTRE OPEN HOUSE
Join us in our new Bangkok Hub to meet our therapists and practitioners, discover our services (Parent Coaching, Parent
Consultations, Early Intervention, Play Therapy, Art Therapy, Horse Boy & Movement Methods, Workshops) and take in a session on The Importance of Play.
On left clockwise: Supparit Thaweekiat (Art Therapist), Abhasiri Chutikul (Parent Coaching & Consultation, Play Therapy) and Aarti Arora Madarasmi (Early Intervention, Parent Consultation)
On right clockwise: Nicole Grunwell (Horse Boy & Movement Method), Ploy Pattichart (Horse Boy & Movement Method) and Pam Guin Saksri (Horse Boy & Movement Method)
Sat 9 Feb 2019 / 10:30 am – 2:30 pm
1104/113 Noble Cube, Pattanakarn Rd, Suan Luang District,
Tel 096 774 3610
RSVP: [email protected]
Mark your Calendars for May 11, as NIST will host the next SENIT Meeting!
If you would like to present and/or attend, please fill out this registration as soon as possible. There will be a 300 baht registration fee and more details will follow.
SENIA Thailand Community Fair:
Saturday June 1st (9am – 1pm)
Does your school/organisation want to have a booth at our first Community Fair?
So often we hear from both parents and teachers/therapists, that they don’t get the information they need as they never have the opportunity to meet. Admin or admissions handles the first meet. We want to change that!
SENIA Thailand and BKK Kids have teamed up to host our first community fair at St Andrews Sukhumvit (Ekamai BTS) to bring together our community into one space where the people who might need our services or support, can come and meet us and find out more about what we do.
Learning support departments, therapy centres, parent groups, hospitals, specialists, counsellors, kindergartens, play groups, home school groups, and tutor centres, are all invited to join us.
Feel free to have a booth with information and/or organise activities that showcase what you do. So far there will be activities for teens arranged by LEAP, for young children from BAMBI, and some petting horses from SPARK. The more the merrier – remember it is an inclusive event!
Booths are 500 baht to cover admin and set up costs and a receipt can be given on the day. Register below.