As another decade starts, new trends in technology and culture increase their influence in our children’s daily lives. As such, the values and formation of a national identity among Filipinos are being compromised more than ever.
This has challenged the role of education in instilling love for country and civic consciousness among our students. The kind of leaders that they will become in the future is now put into question amid the growing call to globalize.
These are the issues that we will discuss at the 14th IBON National Educators’ Conference that carries the theme “Inculcating Nationalism: Has Philippine Education lost its Face?” We cordially invite you to this annual conference which will be held from May 3-6, 2011 at the Christian Development Center (CDC) in Tagaytay Country Homes 3, Tagaytay City.
The objective of this year’s conference is to bring together education officials, administrators and teachers from public and private schools nationwide to share insights in teaching nationalism to improve methods and frameworks.
There is a conference registration fee of P3, 500.00 (inclusive of board and lodging, conference materials, and certificate of participation). For live-out participants, the registration fee is P2, 000.00. Conference delegates will shoulder their transportation and other incidental expenses.
For any inquiries, please call 927-7060 to 62 local 411 or 927-6982. You may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.