Registration is now closed. Please contact the teacher trainers directly with questions about the workshop.
Kids don’t come with a manual! Bring out the best in your children and yourself with our upcoming Positive Discipline workshops.
For those who attended the Joy Marchese seminar on January 19, you’ll know just how constructive this approach can be. This is your chance to dive deeper!
Learn how to:
- Be effective and have fun as a parent
- Discipline with kindness and firmness
- Help children become responsible problem solvers
- Reduce power struggles
- Build a home of cooperation and mutual respect
In this six-week course, parents will explore their family’s challenges and goals, gain a general knowledge of Adlerian Psychology, and learn the principles behind Positive Discipline. Together with our trained coaches, you will find ways to build cooperation and mutual respect with your child using Kind and Firm Parenting. To learn more about the philosophy of Positive Discipline, visit the official website.
The workshop will run via Google Meet for six consecutive Thursdays (except during Sports Break and Spring Break). Each workshop is limited to 20 participants and spaces are first-come, first served.
Please note that each of the four workshops (A, B, C, &D) are all the same, we are offering different times in order to try and accommodate as many parent’s schedules as possible.
Workshop B – Thursdays 16:00-17:30: March 11, 18, & 25, April 1, 15 & 22 – with Natasha Ålund and Tess Guyo.
Natasha Ålund email@example.com
Natasha is originally from Trinidad and Tobago and has been with SIS since 1996. She has also taught at other schools in Trinidad, Sweden and Thailand. Over the years, Natasha has experienced teaching ages two to fifty-two. Today, her focus is on International Education, Literacy and EAL. Natasha’s recent encounter with Positive Discipline for teachers and parents is one that evokes excitement and enthusiasm to share, collaborate and connect with others for a common good. Natasha has one amusing and amazing teenage daughter, soon to be legally an adult.
Maria Teresa “Tess” Guyo firstname.lastname@example.org
Tess is originally from the Philippines and has been with SIS since 2007, working with the Learning Support team. From being a Coordinator and MUN and Maths Quests Leader, the course for Teaching Positive Discipline for Parents is a chance to bring together her vast experience working with students and parents. Tess is also a proud mom of two adult children and now a grandmother to a 3-year old.