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Mar 6: The Being Well Project: Thinking, Learning and Being Really Well

 

The Being Well Project:
 
Thinking, Learning and Being Really Well

 

 

Monday 6th March, 14:30-17:00 (Guangzhou)

 

Overview

 

Happy and healthy children and young people do better at school. We have the research to back that up, so what can schools do about it? Launched though the UK’s BMA last year, the Being Well Project is new collaborative initiative to help all schools focus on supporting children and young people in a way that is practical, engaging and fun for all concerned. Ian and Independent Thinking have been founding partners of this project and Ian will take delegates through the principles involved as well as make their brains hurt en route.

 

The British Chamber is delighted to invite you to join this seminar which should be of interest to teachers, parents and those with an interest in the children  well-being.

 

Content

 

This seminar will focus on:

 

• Happy and healthy children do better academically

• Children's well being is a serious concern in high performing school environments

• Discover the ten stages of the Being Well Project and how to join in

• Explore the link between academic success, creativity and thinking skills, health and well being

• Growth Mindset and self esteem

• Practical ideas for all schools to take away and play with from a leading international speaker currently based in Hong Kong.

 

Agenda:

 

Time

Content

14:30-15:00

Registration

15:00-16:00

Presentation

The Being Well Project – Thinking, Learning and Being Really Well

16:00-16:30

Open Discussion

16:30-17:00

Networking

 

Speaker

 

 Ian Gilbert - Founder, Independent Thinking Ltd

 

Ian is a renowned international educational speaker, innovator, entrepreneur and award-winning writer and editor who was dubbed by IB magazine one of its top 15 'educational visionaries'. With experience living and working in the UK, South America and The Middle East, Ian is currently based in Hong Kong. His focus is all about getting the best out of young people and their teachers by putting thinking, learning, creativity, motivation and, increasingly, well being at the heart of their school experience. He is the man behind 'Thunks' and the author of a number of books including Why Do I Need a Teacher When I've Got Google?

 

Registration

Reserve your seat via britchamteam@britchamgd.com

or call (020) 8331 5013

 

Program


Guangzhou

Date

6th March 2017 (Monday)

Time

14:30-17:00

Language

English

Price

RMB 100 for Britcham Education Sector Members

RMB 150 for Members / RMB 300 for Non-Members

Venue

The British Centre, 22/F, Guangzhou International Finance Centre, No. 5 Zhujiang Xi Road, Tianhe District, Guangzhou

广州市天河区珠江西路5号广州国际金融中心22层英国中心


Registration:

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