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FilCan Educators Group Sets Annual Conference for Internationally Trained Teachers

By Tony A. San Juan, OCT.
September 22, 2016


PTAC, organized in May 2006, is composed of certified -and- practicing Filipino Canadian teachers in  public, Catholic and private educational institutions in Ontario. The only samahan ng mga guro is holding the yearly gathering in joint sponsorship withKababayan Multicultural Centre ( KMC), a 35-year old community service provider in immigrants settlement and adjustment . 

This year's theme is : "Commitment to Teaching and Learning Beyond the Classroom". The conference topics include , among others, are Filipino Families Alongside Migration Issues & Educational Challenges; New Policies and Procedures in Ontario Teacher Certification; Alternative Career Building for Teachers. Noted Canadian academic leaders and exemplary Filipino education professionals are invited to participate and make presentations.

The Conference is free and complimentary meals & snacks will be served.

"Certificates of Participation" will be issued to Attendees. Interested teachers , PTAC members  and community members are encouraged to attend by registering, ASAP via:wwwphilippineteachers.ca (Make a Difference-Get in Touch) or contacting Perly Laganas-Tel. 416-763-8724 or Maricon Bernasor- Tel. 905-795-2617.( Tony A. San Juan)

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