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Philippine Convention for Education held at SMX

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MANILA, Philippines – The first Philippine Annual Convention for Education (PACE) gathered the largest meeting of school administrators, educators, students and major influential players in the field of Education as it covered participants across the nation in a four-day Convention and Tradeshow event at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia Complex from August 5 – 8.

With the theme “Adapting to the 21st Century Learning” , the event provided innovative learning experiences for educators and students alike, showcased the latest trends & developments, the best knowledge & technology products, gadgets, learning tools, resources, practices , software & allied services that could equip and enhance knowledge , mentoring & learning of its visitors & participants.

PACE 2013 was designed as an annual platform for all our government agencies involved in Philippine Education to disseminate vital information, current issues & updates, educational thrusts & programs to all academic heads of learning institutions and the educators. Hence, PACE was organized by Artiste’s Visions Productions & Events Management Group in partnership and in cooperation with the  Department of Education (DEPED), Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), Department of Science & Technology ( DOST-SEI), Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA), Office of Civil Defense (OCD),  Tourism Promotions Board (DOT – TPB), Department of Health (DOH) and the Filipino Inventors’ Society who will showcase Filipino ingenuity.

In the aim to develop human products and equip our countrymen with further trainings, various workshops were put up that was availed for FREE by anyone such as Basic Photography by the Federation of Philippine Photographers, Basic Animation & Digital Story Telling by the Animation Council of the Philippines, Computer Programs & Hands – On Training by PLDT Foundation, Personality Enhancement & Career Motivation by Lloyd Luna, Dream Career Workshop, Career Development & BPO Industry Overview by BPO Career Hub, Finding A Job in a Tough Economy, Global Competitiveness by PRC and a lot more.

Creative Voices under the leadership of the voice master, Cholo Gonzales has offered a free training for all teachers on How to use their Voices to make teaching more interesting and how to take care of their voices while PLDT Gabay Guro Head for Training, Development & Career Management, Prof. Alexander Kibanoff will likewise give a free seminar on the Golden Lessons in Effective Teaching, a two-day training which will allow professional teachers to rekindle their passion for teaching and learn some very simple yet very effective lessons which will enhance their teaching skills.

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