RAP National Convention 2016: Call for Papers

Dear fellow advocates of literacy, teachers, researchers, and students:
The Reading Association of the Philippines invites you to submit your proposals for the RAP National Convention 2016 to be held from April 28 to 30, 2016 at Far Eastern University, Manila.
You may submit in any of the following strands:
Mother Tongue-Based Literacy
Reading Intervention
New Literacies
Media and Information Literacies
Nonformal Education
Teacher Training
Literacy Advocacies*
*Organizations that promote literacy are welcome to talk about their organizations.

Proposal Submission:
1. Must be between 200 to 300 words including the keywords.
2. Name, affiliation, and contact details of the author must be contained in a separate file.
3. For organizations to be considered, the proposal must contain the following: name of the organization, brief description, and accomplished or ongoing projects.
4. Full proposals that will be accepted, full papers must be submitted.
5. Only accepted proposals will be notified for presentation.

Proposal and Paper Submission
Deadline of Submission for Proposals: January 31, 2016
Notification of Acceptance: March 1, 2016
Submission of Full Papers: April 1, 2016
Email to: rapforliteracy@gmail.com

Dagupan Forum Program

Please see the link below for the Dagupan forum program.

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Iloilo Forum Program

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Miriam Forum 2015

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Iloilo Forum 2015

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RAP Partners with Progress Pre-school Gold


Progress Pre-school GOLD’s multiple intelligence advocacy has the opportunity to transform development approaches simply by highlighting the fact that various facets of intelligence combine to create a balanced and successful child that can potentially change the world. 

As a means to further promote multiple intelligence, Wyeth is partnering with the Reading Association of the Philippines (RAP), a non-government organization committed to improve all aspects of the national reading programs and teaching procedures through teacher-training and research.

RAP calls educators to embrace a comprehensive curriculum to promote students’ maximum participation for overall development. It educates school teachers using proven progressive methods to teach kids to learn to read and enhance comprehension — thus, facilitate a better learning environment to help students to progress into multi-achievers.

RAP, represented by its president, Ani Rosa Almario, recently attended an event that celebrates Progress Pre-school GOLD’s multiple intelligence advocacy. The event featured children who are all brain smart, body smart and people smart. Also present at the event was Kuya Kim Atienza, who is acknowledged that his well-rounded character helped him achieve success in life.

Miriam Forum Program

Please see the link below for the Miriam forum program on May 9, 2015.

Miriam Forum program 2015