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Nov 11
2020

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Add to Calendar November 11, 2020 02:00 PM November 11, 2020 03:00 PM Europe/Paris General Webinar: “Speaking the Language for Positive Character” admin false MM/DD/YYYY
“Speaking the Language for Positive Character”

 

“The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be ignited.”

– Plutrach

 

Language has a great influence to empower and discourage. Self-esteem is built when shaming or blaming language is replaced by naming the virtues, our innate qualities of character. Positive language helps us remember what kind of people we want to be, and empowers children to act on the best within them. It is the main ingredient in creating a positive culture of character.

 

This interactive workshop will challenge us to reflect and discuss on our past, our influences and beliefs. It will build a culture of trust and sharing among peers to discuss the consequences of our thoughts and beliefs on the lives of our students. Using proven strategies, we will walk away from this workshop with a completely new language and realise the value we see in every child’s being.

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Webinar Fees:

Member: Complimentary

Non Member: IDR 50k

Register 5 participants and get +1 free registration

 

Richard Sidharta is the Director of Beacon Academy, Jakarta and the Chairperson of the Association of National and Private Schools (ANPS) – Indonesia’s leading association focused on affordable and accessible professional development. Richard is an educator at heart and is an advocate for social and emotional learning and developing positive relationships in the classroom. Richard is a facilitator for The Virtues Project, speaking at workshops and conferences around the country with topics surrounding the ‘heart’ of education. Richard also hosts the ‘Family of Virtues’ podcast which focuses on the moral and spiritual development of children through the language of virtues.

 

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