"Addressing the Exceptional Needs of the Whole Child and Young Adult: Embracing the Future."
IASE celebrated 30 years of achievement in Perth, Australia
in collaboration with
Curtin University and Edith Cowan University. Conference Honorary Chair Grahame Hay and our local team welcomed 220 delegates from 33 countries.
Our delegates celebrated the success of IASE over the years and enjoyed four days of festive 'Down under style' hospitality, special Perth 'showcase sessions' along with our concurrent sessions, Round table/poster sessions, our children and adult artwork, silent and live auction, and our first Virtual Presentation from Germany.
"New Dimensions Toward Education, Advocacy and Collaboration
for Individuals with Special Needs"
IASE returned to Poland for our 14th Biennial Conference in collaboration with the University of Lower Silesia. Conference Co-Chairs, Dr. James Chapple (Ashland University, Ohio, USA) and Professor Malgorzata Sekulowicz (University of Lower Silesia, Wroclaw, Poland) welcomed 290 delegates from 31 countries who enjoyed four days of engaging conversations and generous Polish hospitality.
Special Thanks to Prof.Malgorzata Sekulowicz and Agnieszka Sekulowicz and their Local Arrangement Team for making this video.
Click here for some highlights of the 14th Biennial Conference.
"The Bridge from Segregation to Inclusion ....
A Long Journey"
We were excited to return to the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada for our 13th Biennial Conference. UBC was the host for our very first biennial conference back on May 17-20, 1989.
At our 13th biennial conference, more than 300 delegates from 35 countries gathered for four days of professional discussions starting with a breath-taking welcoming reception at the Museum of Anthropology followed by an exuberant Gala dinner with entertainment from Theater Terrific, the live auction and spontaneous dancing.
Click here to take a look at some of the highlights of the 13th Biennial Conference and to read some of the Keynote presentations.
IASE returned to southern Africa for our 12th Biennial Conference.
The conference was held in collaboration with the University of Namibia in Windhoek, Namibia from July 10 - 14, 2011. 215 international delegates from thirty countries were joined by 130 Namibian teachers and administrators for four engaging and diverse days of lectures, round table conversations, poster sessions and panel discussions. It was a celebration of our important work with individuals identified with special needs.
Click here to take a look at some of the highlights of the 12th Biennial Conference and to read some of the Keynote presentations.
11th (2009) - Alicante, Spain
10th (2007) - Hong Kong, China
9th (2005 - Halifax, Canada
8th (2003) - canceled due to flu epidemic
7th (2001) - Warsaw, Poland
|6th (1999) - Sydney, Australia|
5th (1997) - Cape Town, South Africa
4th (1995) - Brighton, England
3rd (1993) - Vienna, Austria
2nd (1991) - Milwaukee, USA
1st ( 1989) - Vancouver, Canada