CTPSPT-21035
Nurturing Resiliency in Gifted Children
​教育工作者及家長
2021年7月31日上午9:30-12:00
​HKD$300
*This is an online talk which will be conducted via Zoom.
*此網上講座會透過Zoom線上授課。
Programme Objectives

Parents will learn about
1.  Understanding components of resilience

2.  Understanding some of the social and emotional needs of gifted individuals

3.  Relating and reflecting the construct of resilience at a personal level

4.  Learning about strategies that promote resilience

Programme Outline

Nurturing resilience is one effective way to help our children adapt to this fast-changing world. Resilience is the skill and also the process of positive adaptation in times of setback and adversity. Resilient children do not mean that their lives are free of obstacles. Failures and making mistakes are a normal part of everyday life and this will be more challenging if your gifted child is also a perfectionist. 

 

Learning to become resilient means how we deal with these life challenges constructively and resolve them. Resiliency is a learnable skill and we all can become more resilient. The workshop will focus on three parts of resilience: Self efficacy, relatedness and emotional management. Participants will reflect upon themselves and relate closer to the concept and learn some strategies to nurture resilience to their gifted children. 

Target Participants / Prerequisite​

Parents and educators

 

Programme Instructor

Jessie CHOW

Jessie Chow is a registered educational psychologist now currently working as a lecturer at the Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong and teaches in the Master of Education (Gifted Education and Talented Development Specialism). She served as school-based educational psychologist in schools and NGO including the Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education before joining HKU and provide training to school social workers, teachers and parents. 

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

課程宗旨

​家長將認識

1. 抗逆能力的組成部分

2. 資優人士的社交及情緒發展需要

3. 在個人層面連繫及反映建構抗逆力的相關因素

4. 發展抗逆力的策略

課程大綱

培養我們的孩子的抗逆能力是幫助他們適應這個變化急速的世界的一種有效方法。抗逆力是一種技能,也是在挫折和逆境中積極適應的過程。抗逆力強的孩子並不意味著他們的生活沒有障礙。失敗和犯錯是日常生活的正常組成部分,如果您的資優孩子也是完美主義者,這將更具挑戰性。

學習如何變得更具抗逆力,就是意味著我們如何正面地應對這些生活挑戰並解決它們。抗逆力是一種可學習的技能,我們都可以提升抗逆能力。是次工作坊將集中探討抗逆力的三個部分:自我效能感、親緣關係和情緒管理。參與者將反思自己,連繫到這個概念,並學習一些策略來培養他們的資優兒童的抗逆能力。

目標對象/參加條件

家長及教育工作者

課程導師

Jessie CHOW

周女士是一名註冊教育心理學家,現正於香港大學教育學院任職講師,並​任教教育碩士課程(專科:資優教育及才華發展)。

她曾為駐校教育心理學家;在加入香港大學前,她曾於非牟利機構包括香港資優教育學院,向學校社工,教師及家長提供資優教育相關之培訓。

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