POSITIVE DISCIPLINE SERIES: Understanding and Connecting with Children 3, Online, Monday, 17. August 2020
About this Event
Positive discipline is at the heart of positive behaviour and for effective *****-child relationships. It is essential in developing positive self-esteem, understanding roles and responsibilities better, and fostering healthier *****-child bonds and relationships. Positive discipline is also about effective communication, empathy, and respect for both the ***** and the child, and thus effectively sets the foundation for good character, habits, and positive interactions in life. This series of short ‘live’ webinars seeks to discuss the principles of positive discipline, the and the ways in which it can be developed in the classroom and at home.
This ‘live’ webinar-workshop focuses on the dos and don’ts in our interaction with children in the context of children misbehaviour, and how to engage willing cooperation from children.
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Please email Kimberly Tan at email for enquiries.
Aristotle is an educator with more than 19 years’ experience working with learners from preschool to postgraduate levels. At 30, he was a principal of an international school in Jakarta, and subsequently a consultant to a group of schools in the region, helping in the set up of school curricula, systems and policies. He has also conducted teacher and parent development workshops and seminars, in Singapore, Indonesia, India and the United States. Aristotle completed his Masters in Education at National Institute of Education (NIE), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, specialising in Curriculum, Teaching and Learning and was awarded the ASCD Gold Medal, and also the ASCD Book Prize for his research project on Character Education. Currently, Aristotle works with teachers and parents on various pedagogical areas, such as positive discipline, differentiated instruction, Mathematics conceptual understanding and development, and character education. He is also a proponent of including worldview studies as part of teacher education and in schools, and is an ardent advocate of the pursuit of meaning and purpose in education.
MCI Live Webinar series aims to bring the best practices and teaching strategies to fellow educators around the world. With technology as an enabler, our expert trainers are able to conduct each webinar like our signature ****-to-**** sessions where MCI can stay true to our commitments to: (1) sharing of best practice (2) providing a platform of exchange (3) engaging in hands-on interaction (4) taking home implementable strategies for the classrooms.