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National Training on Musika, Sining at Edukasyong Pangkatawan (MSEP) and Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH)

The National Association of Physical Educators (NAPE) will conduct the National Training on Musika, Sining at Edukasyong Pangkatawan (MSEP) and Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH) on the following dates:

RegionDate
National Capital Region (NCR)June 29 - July 1, 2012
Region XIII (Caraga)July 6-8, 2012
Region XI (Cagayan Valley)July 27-29, 2012
This training aims to give the participants an opportunity to:
  1. participate in professional discussion on varied issues and training which concerns Physical Education (PE) in the Philippines;
  2. converge from PE including Music, Art and Health throughout the country and forge or create partnership and wide network of physical educators in order to strengthen the advocacy for a supporting culture that enables and values the full involvement of physical educators empowerment shall be achieved;
  3. share experiences, information and expertise to further achieve development in the intellectual capital among physical educators involved in the promotion and development of the said training; and
  4. establish a solid and united organization of physical educators or a confederation of various activities.
The PE instructors/professors, school principals, school heads, supervisors/ head of PE, MSEP/MAPEH teachers, dance directors and choreographers, sports directors and enthusiasts public and private schools are invited to attend.

For more information, interested participants may contact:

Dr. Lito T. Ancheta
President, NAPE and Training Director
No. 54 National Road, Muntinlupa City
Mobile Phone Nos.: 0929-166-7042; 0915-403-3363
E-mail Address: drlitoancheta@yahoo.com
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2 tivoh   (11 July 2016 3:51 PM)
Ano po ung pe iba sa msep?

1 verdette   (05 July 2012 8:37 PM)
ano po ba ang msep