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Association of Educators for Interrelated Research and Studies (AEIRS) National Seminar-Workshop on Mathematics

The Association of Educators for Interrelated Research and Studies (AEIRS) will conduct the National Seminar-Workshop on Mathematics with the theme "Bringing the meaning of Mathematics Closer to the Learners" on the following dates and venues:
February 17-19, 2012
Romulo Hall, Teachers Camp Baguio City
May 10-12, 2012
DepEd, Ecotech Center, Lahug Cebu City

The Seminar aims to:
  1. introduce techniques of teaching mathematics in the classroom to the participants;
  2. facilitate the designing of a plan appropriate to Mathematics instruction; and
  3. develop critical thinking skills among the participants through Mathematics.
The participants to this activity are supervisors, principals, head teachers, coordinators, instructors/professors, undergraduate students majoring in Mathematics, elementary and high school teachers from both public and private schools.

The registration fee which includes expenses for speakers' honoraria, lunch (2), snacks (5), handouts and certificate is as follows:

On-site registrant
Early registrant

For more information, visit Mr. Apolinario S. Sayno at Blk. 12, Lot 19, Verdant Heights, Multi-national Village, Paranaque City or contact him at any of these mobile phone nos.: 0915-116-8501 and 0939-796-9069.

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