2019 welcomes several parent education opportunities from the D-E Parents’ Association (PA) including a “repeat” of a “PEP” talk on resilience, this time in the evening as requested by many D-E parents.
» Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019: 7:00 – 9:00 PM (Hajjar Auditorium)
“High-Ding in Plain Sight” featuring substance abuse / parent educator Tim Shoemaker. Shoemaker returns to D-E this January (due to popular demand), and reveals the little known secrets of expert drug detection and highlights a rare combination of research proven parenting techniques. This unique seminar empowers parents to competently address the number one threat facing children today- Drug Abuse. Delivered in an engaging style that entertains as it enlightens, this course is guaranteed to have you laughing, learning and loving the choice you made to attend.
» Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019: 6:30 – 8:30 PM (Hulst House): Resilience and Self-Reliance “PEP” Talk facilitated by D-E Parent Paola Bettelli
The Parents’ Association (PA) Parent Education Committee is offering another “PEP” talk, this time on the topic of “developing our children’s self-reliance and resilience so that they may become the masters of their own destiny.” D-E Lower, Middle, and Upper School parents/ guardians all are invited to join in Hulst House (located in Leggett Hall).
D-E Parent Paolo Bettelli will help to facilitate the conversation, which aims to discuss whether over-parenting may be hindering our children’s ability to rise up to challenges, embrace opportunities and develop their own sense of purpose and self.
In advance of this conversation parents are encouraged to check out resources provided by Ms. Bettelli (click here to view).
During this PEP talk, parents/guardians can expect to discuss strategies proposed by well-known authors on raising self-disciplined and resilient children, capable of meeting life’s challenges and of exercising their rights to “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”
» John Kriger, best-selling author, “Tuned On and Tuned Out”: Date TBD
Enjoy this presentation on social media and thoughtful insights for parents of children living in today’s “screen” age.