0ur 2018 Fall Annual Conference will be held on Saturday, November 17th, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
TAIP Fall Annual Conference Information!
November 17, 2018
9:00a.m. – 4:00p.m.
Summerhill International School
Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0046
Conference Fee (Paid at door):
Full Day (AM and PM Sessions with Lunch): ¥5,000
Single Session (AM or PM Only): ¥2,500
Full Day (AM/PM Sessions with Lunch): ¥10,000
Single Session (AM or PM): ¥5,000
CPR Course Materials Fee: ¥2,000Sign-Up Form
Tanya Batt & Peter Forster – Storytelling in the Preschool Classroom
Storyteller & children’s author Tanya Batt and musician Peter Forster hail from planet Waiheke – a small but lovely rock off the eastern coast of Aotearoa, New Zealand. They love singing, riding their bicycles, planting trees and creating wonderful musical ‘story sandwiches’ – preferably all at the same time!
Their sessions are highly interactive, filled with movement, music and magic.
The Story Sack – Storytelling and story making
Long ago before time was caught and put in clocks and magic was easier to find there was story. “You mean like a ‘book story?” No I mean like a story-story.Like one you might catch on a long line of truth, or like a cold from your great, great grandmother. Don’t you remember some one telling you a story? Explore the ancient art of storytelling made new again. Tanya Batt will share her experiences of storytelling, story making and story sharing. Lots of love and laughter and happy ever afters.
Tanya Batt – Storyteller
Tanya Batt is a self confessed story-o-phile and frock-o-holic. Hailing from Waiheke Island, Aotearoa, New Zealand she is a green fingered witch, a word warbler and story stitcher who channelled her childhood propensity for talking and her love of dressing up into a real ‘imaginary job’. Stories have put food on her table and a roof over her head for more than a quarter of a century enabling her to share her work in over 20 countries. She is the creative director of the ‘Once Upon An Island Charitable Trust’ that uses storytelling for community building, environmental and cultural education.
Peter Forster – Musician
Peter is a versatile musician, composer and instrument maker who plays a variety of instruments. He builds guitars and wooden flutes, and is currently making a cello. Peter is passionate about the healing power of music and singing, and is known to burst out in Mongolian overtone chanting at times!
Kathy Kampa – Creating a Classroom of Success through Music and Movement
Music and movement have the potential to create a classroom of success for you and your students. Learn why music and movement are vital to building success in the young learner classroom. Experience a wide variety of strategies that nurture English language skills along with students’ critical thinking, creativity, and imagination. Join Kathy Kampa’s action-packed workshop to bring greater success to your classroom.
As a PYP (Primary Years Program) dance/music/language specialist teacher at Seisen International School, Kathleen Kampa develops arts-based strategies for young learners by creating links between different areas of the school curriculum. She uses an inquiry-based approach to teaching through which students develop 21st Century skills.
Kathleen uses multiple intelligences strategies to help all students find success in the classroom. She supports the development of English language skills by creating songs, chants, and TPR (Total Physical Response)/movement activities targeted to young learners’ needs.
Kathleen and her husband Charles Vilina are co-authors of Magic Time, Everybody Up, and the ELTon award-winning course Oxford Discover, all published by Oxford University Press. Kathleen’s two CDs for young learners, Kathy Kampa’s Special Days and Holidays and Jump Jump Everyone, build English language skills through TPR while nurturing creativity and imagination.
The Emergency First Response Care for Children course is an innovative CPR, AED and First Aid training course that teaches participants how to provide emergency care for injured or ill children (ages one to eight) and infants less than one year old. Participants learn about the types of medical emergencies that children face, and how they differ from adults. The curriculum also includes the importance of attending to basic emergency situations with children, the emotional aspects of caring for children, secondary care for children, and preventing common injuries and illnesses in children. For more information visit: https://www.emergencyfirstresponse.com/courses/care-for-children/
The CPR has an addition ¥2000 materials fee.