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Announcing the 2020 SENIA Conference theme! Beyond Inclusion: Embracing the Integrated Experience Start thinking about potential conference topics. The call for presenters will be coming shortly.
SENIA India held their initial conference at Stonehill International School’s Learning Hub in Bangalore on 2nd March 2019. Members of the board and other interested teachers met and discussed how inclusion works in their schools, things they are proud of, and some of the challenges that they are facing. Many of these challenges were common […]
We just finished our annual SENIA conference at Hong Kong Academy! Over 300 members (educators, professionals, and parents) from around the world came together to learn, connect with others in the field, and leave inspired.
We look forward to updating you on what is happening in our chapter
Listen to Kate Balsamo, SENIA Board Chair, as she shares her progressive views on special education in international schools. Full interview here.
Congratulations to Seferina Engen from Taipei American School as this year’s recipient of the SENIA Student Award. This award recognizes a student for advocating awareness for differently abled individuals. At a young age, Seferina was diagnosed with a rare genetic syndrome. As the doctor explained her diagnosis, she listened to him talk about neuroplasticity and […]
K.A. Razhiyah Congratulations to K.A. Razhiyah from Panji Secondary School in Malaysia as the recipient of this year’s SENIA Advocacy Award. This award recognizes professionals whose mission is to advocate and provide opportunities to differently abled students. K.A. has done just that! As part of the special education branch of her school, she championed the […]
This article is reposted from Vanessa’s own blog. You can never be overdressed or overeducated. – Oscar Wilde April 2, 2018 I am so eager to reflect on my first EARCOS/SENIA conference that instead of laying by the pool, I’m blogging on my last day of Spring Break. That says something. If it wasn’t obvious before, I […]