SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES Multiple Intelligences and the International Primary Curriculum: what parents should know about a child's learning processes and how the IPC works. Today, 3pm. Norwegian International School, 175 Kwong Fuk Road, Tai Po. Tel 2658 0341, e-mail email@example.com Anfield International Kindergarten and Anfield Kiddies' Club Open Day: free classes and playground activities. 6 Somerset Road, Kowloon Tong. Today, 2pm-5pm. Toddlerobics 2.30pm-3.15pm, storytime 3.30pm-4pm. Tel 2794 3668 or view www.anfield.com.hk IDP Australia: educate your children Down Under in an environment far removed from Hong Kong's bustle. IDP, a non-profit organisation, is owned by 38 Australian universities representing all education sectors. Room 2807, 28/F Harbour Centre, Wan Chai. Next Friday and Saturday and June 29. Tel 2827 6362 for details. HIGHER AND CONTINUING Education in Knowledge Societies: Where Does Distance Education Fit In? Lecture organised by Open University of Hong Kong. Speaker, Professor Gajaraj Dhanarajan. Tai Ning Hall, 12F, OUHK, 30 Good Shepherd Street, Ho Man Tin, Kowloon. Monday, 4pm-5.30pm.Tel 2768 6354. US Education Group advice seminars: Institute of International Education, IIE Library, Room 601, General Commercial Building, 156-164 Des Voeux Road, Central.  Community Colleges, Wednesday, 4pm.  Scholarships for international students, June 30, same venue and time. Tel: 2603 5771. Class Size Reduction in California: organised by Planning and Academic Implementation Office, HKIEd. D1, LP10, HKIEd, Tai Po. Friday, 2pm-3.30pm. Tel 2948 6398 Chinese Export Ceramics and Maritime Trade 12th-15th Century:  Exports of Fujian Ceramics  Underwater Archaeological Exploration  Discovery of Chinese Ceramics Along the Ceramic Route. International Conference organised by CityU Chinese Civilisation Centre. Room 6143, Amenities Building, CityU.  Thursday and [2/3] Friday, 9.15am-12.35pm, 2pm-5.30pm and 9am-1.20pm. Putonghua and English. Tel 2194 2477. The Role of Major Local Companies in HK Socio-economic Development, 1978-1993: HKU Centre of Asian Studies. Dr Lee G. Lam. Room G-4 CAS Reading Room, Tang Chi Ngong Building, HKU. Friday, 4.30pm. Tel 2859 2111, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Modelling Medical Research Data Workshop: CUHK Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health. speakers: Dr William Goggins and CEB staff. Room 11, G/F, Block A, Prince of Wales Hospital, Sha Tin. Last day, Friday, 6.30pm-9.30pm. $2,500. Tel Dr K.C. Choi 2252 8712, e-mail email@example.com or visit www.ceb.cuhk.edu.hk First School Conference on Mentorship Development, Graduation Ceremony of Mentoring Support Development Programmes. HKIEd Centre for Development of School Partnership and Field Experience. Room C-LP-11, Tai Po campus, next Saturday, 10am-3.45pm. For reservations, tel 2948 8383. 7th Annual Conference on Action Research: seminar, HKIEd Department of Educational Psychology, Counselling and Learning Needs. Room D1-LP-02, Tai Po campus, next Saturday, 8.45am-12.30pm. In Cantonese. Tel 2948 7751. EXHIBITIONS and EVENTS Modern Concepts in Chinese Calligraphy and Printing: CityU Gallery, and Cultural and Sports Committee. Room 6052, 6/F Amenities Building. Today 3pm-5pm. In Cantonese. Tel 2788 8165. Recent Works by King Chia-lun - Tai Chi Aesthetics: CityU Gallery, and Cultural and Sports Committee. Gallery, 6/F Amenities Building. Until Thursday, 10am-7pm. Tel 2788 8165. Send listings to: Ian Watson, Education, South China Morning Post, 16/F, Somerset House, Taikoo Place, 979 King's Road, Quarry Bay. Fax 2811 1048, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org . By noon Tuesday.