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In the past, the role of the teacher was very simple; the teacher's task was to ensure that he or she taught the subject to the child and 'influenced' the child with his or her love and behaviour, and the child received a lot of love and care.


Nowadays, the role of the teacher is becoming more diverse, as the teacher's task is not only to ensure that the child learns, understands and applies the subject matter, but also to act as a 'professional manager', assisting the parents in 'disciplining' the child's behaviour, coordinating changes in the child's development and, more complexly, acting as a 'co-ordinator' between the parents and the child. "It is more complex to act as a 'co-ordinator' between parents and children, coordinating the relationship between parents and children, etc. The child receives a lot of instruction and negativity.


On the other hand, students of different age groups may encounter different emotional problems, and how staff can observe, identify and assist in de-escalating students' emotional problems in their daily interactions with them is also one of the important topics for schools.


In this sharing session, two experts in education and psychology will discuss how to manage the home-school relationship in a balanced manner, and how to identify and effectively manage emotional problems in early adolescence.



Bin Wei (Ivy)


  • Family Growth and Management Education Tutor
  • Personal Growth Psychoeducation Specialist
  • Behavioural Psychotherapist
  • Global Career Planner
  • Professional Qualifier in Childhood Education, UK
  • Psychological consultant for many international schools in Guangzhou/Shenzhen
  • Founder of the Social Smarty programme for young people
  • Team psychology management instructor


Mr Wei Bin will share ways to effectively manage the relationship between school and home and some practical methods to assist teachers in balancing the relationship between school and home and simplifying the complex task.

  1. Clarify the roles, responsibilities and needs of schools and families
  2. Deciphering the reasons behind dynamic and growing student behaviour
  3. Assist parents to become mentors for their children
  4. Establish effective communication between school and home, demonstrating the professionalism of effective teachers



Dr Xiaoying Chen


  • French practicing psychologist
  • Worked for many years in the clinical psychology department of Shenzhen Children's Hospital
  • Accumulated 3500 hours of psychotherapy (China) and 765 hours (France)
  • Specialised in individual and family therapy for children and adolescents aged 3 to 18 years, including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder and mood disorders.


Dr Xiaoying Chen will share how to raise awareness and coping skills of staff on students' psychological problems to empower education from the perspective of staff-student relationship.


  1. Emotional characteristics of adolescents
  2. Factors affecting the emotional behaviour of adolescents
  3. Common adolescent emotional behavioural disorders (clinical presentation, intervention methods, prognosis)
  4. How to cope with extreme behavioural expressions
  5. Building a network of resources



Date & Time:

14:30-17:30, Wednesday, 27nd April, 2022



Language:

Chinese



Venue:

Multi-function Room, 15/F, Guangzhou United Family Hospital, No. 31 Pazhou Road, Haizhu District, Guangzhou



Agenda:

14:30-15:00 Greet & Meet

15:00-16:20 Sharing

16:20-16:30 Tea Break

16:30-16:50 Q & A

16:50-17:30 Free Exchanges

Location

Multi-function Room, 15/F
Guangzhou United Family Hospital, No. 31 Pazhou Road, Haizhu District, Guangzhou
Guangzhou Guangdong, China

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