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Parent Education Information at Kindergarten Stage

 

Children’s Growth

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1. Children’s Developmental and Learning Characteristics
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2. Learning Through Play
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3. Success Is Not Determined at the Scratch Line
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1. Children’s Developmental and Learning Characteristics

  • Related Resources/Websites

Balanced Development

Moral Development

Cognitive And Language Development

Physical development

Affective and Social Development

Aesthetic Development

 

TitleDateDetailsRemarks

 1.

Parent Seminars 2021/22 -
“Let Kids Go, Let Kids Grow – The Art of Promoting Young Children’s Self-Care Skills” (Videos on EDB YouTube Channel)(Conducted in Cantonese)

YouTube videos uploaded on 30/8/2022

Powerpoint slides 
Tip Card 

Video links (11 parts in total) au
Part 1 [Myths About Self-Care Skills]
Part 2 [Parent Talk]
Part 3 [How to "Let Go" (1)]
Part 4 [How to "Let Go" (2) - Children’s Self-Care Skills at Different Ages]
Part 5 [How to "Let Go" (3) - Really "Let Go"]
Part 6 [How to Teach Self-Care Skills (1)]
Part 7 [How to Teach Self-Care Skills (2) - Setting Up a Reward System]
Part 8 [How to Teach Self-Care Skills (3) - Game Demonstration a]
Part 9 [How to Teach Self-Care Skills (4) - Game Demonstration b-d]
Part 10 [How to Teach Self-Care Skills (5) - Game Demonstration e-h]
Part 11 [Warm Reminders and Concluding Messages]

 2.

Parent Education Talk for Non-Chinese Speaking Parents 2020/21 -
Child development - From Kindergarten to Primary
(Code: 2062)

 3/7/2021

Powerpoint slides 
Tip Card 
Video links 

 Completed

 3.

Parent Seminars 2020/21 -
“Emotion Turnaround : How to Promote the EQ of Young Children” (Videos on EDB YouTube Channel)(Conducted in Cantonese)

YouTube videos uploaded on 19/3/2021

Powerpoint slides#
Tip Card
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Reference Material in Powerpoint slides#

Video links (10 parts in total)# au
Part 1 [Promoting Positive Emotions : Active Constructive Response]
Part 2 [Promoting Positive Emotions : Descriptive Praise]
Part 3 [Promoting Positive Emotions : Gratitude Journal]
Part 4 [Promoting Positive Emotions : Exercise & Nature]
Part 5 [Dealing with Children’s Negative Emotions : Active Listening]
Part 6 [Dealing with Children’s Negative Emotions : Active Listening under the Pandemic]
Part 7 [Dealing with Children’s Negative Emotions : Positive Reappraisal]
Part 8 [Dealing with Children’s Negative Emotions : Deep Breathing]
Part 9 [Dealing with Children’s Negative Emotions : 4 Steps to Problem Solving]
Part 10 [Q & A]

 4.

Parent Seminars 2020/21 -
"Parenting at Ease : Ways to Handle Children’s Challenging Behaviors" (Videos on EDB YouTube Channel)(Conducted in Cantonese)

YouTube videos uploaded on 4/2/2021

Powerpoint slides#

 Tip Card#

Video links (10 parts in total)# au
Part 1 [Children's challenging behaviors and unhealthy parenting]
Part 2 [Causes of challenging behaviors (1)]
Part 3 [Causes of challenging behaviors (2)]
Part 4 [Principles and strategies for handling child’s challenging behaviors (1)]
Part 5 [Principles and strategies for handling child’s challenging behaviors (2)]
Part 6 [Principles and strategies for handling child’s challenging behaviors (3)]
Part 7 [Behavioral change in 6 steps]
Part 8 [Natural and logical consequences]
Part 9 [Case study – The new normal at home during class suspension]
Part 10 [Q & A]

 5.

 Parent Seminars 2019/20 -

 Effective Parenting Skills for Child Behaviours

 (Code: 1914)

 1/11/2019

 Powerpoint slides#

 Tip Card#

 Video links ##

 Completed

 6.

 Parent Seminars 2019/20 -

EQ Easy  (Code: 1913)

 20/10/2019

 Powerpoint slides#

 Tip Card#

 Video links ##

 

 Completed

7.Parent Programme on Healthy Development of Childen and Parent-child Communication - Understand Children's Emotion and Behaviour14/3/2019Notespdf Completed
8.Parent Programme on Healthy Development of Childen and Parent-child Communication - Strengthen Paren-child Communication and Relationship25/2/2019Powerpoint slidespdf Completed
9.Public Health Talk – Nurturing a Smart and Happy Child : What is Your Role ? (Code: 1822)23/2/2019Click hereCompleted
10.Parents’ Seminars on Kindergarten Education – Decoding the Password of Children’s Growth (Code: 1747)16/6/2018Powerpoint slidespdf Completed
11.Parent Programme on Learning and Developmental Needs of Young Children – Learning Effectiveness and Learning Methods8/1/2018Powerpoint slidespdfCompleted
12.Parent Programme on Learning and Developmental Needs of Young Children – Understanding Children’s Physical Development and Helpful Training Methods18/12/2017Powerpoint slidespdfCompleted
13.Parent Programme on Learning and Developmental Needs of Young Children – Handling of Children’s Emotional and Behavioural Problems13/12/2017Powerpoint slidespdfCompleted
14.Parent Programme on Learning and Developmental Needs of Young Children – Understanding Children’s Cognitive and Psychological Development and Fostering Self-confidence6/12/2017Powerpoint slidespdfCompleted
15.Parents’ Seminars on Kindergarten Education – Mega Skills which Pave Way for Children’s Future Achievement17/6/2017Powerpoint slidespdfCompleted
16.Parents’ Seminar of the OMEP Asia Pacific Regional Conference 2017 – The Parental Role in Supporting Young Children’s Language and Literacy Learning at Home20/5/2017Powerpoint slidespdfCompleted
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2. Learning Through Play

 

 

TitleDateDetailsRemarks
1.

Parent Seminars 2021/22 - Promoting Young Children’s Learning Through Sensory Stimulation and Play: A Parent-child Sensory Game Workshop
(Conducted in Cantonese)
(Code: 2112)

12/12/2021

Powerpoint slides 
Tips for parents
Video links 

 Completed

 2.

Parent Education Talk for Non-Chinese Speaking Parents 2020/21 - Exposing the Myths of Play
(Code: 2059)

6/6/2021

Powerpoint slides #
Tips for parents #
Video links #

 Completed

 3.

Parent Seminars 2020/21 - Diligence Brings Rewards, but Play Also Has Benefits
(Conducted in Cantonese)
(Code: 2032)

16/5/2021

Powerpoint slides 
Tips for parents
Video links 

Completed

 4.

 Parent Seminars 2019/20

 Know about Free Play in Children

 (Code: 1916)

 18/1/2020

 Powerpoint slides#

 Tips for parents#

 Completed

5.Parent Seminars 2018/19 – Learning Starts From Play (Code: 1818)20/10/2018Powerpoint slidespdf

Tips for parentspdf

Video links pdf

Completed
6.Parents’ Seminars on Kindergarten Education – Learn Happily Through Play (Code: 1746)9/6/2018Powerpoint slidespdf Completed
7.Parents’ Seminar of the OMEP Asia Pacific Regional Conference 2017 – Supporting and Extending Young Children’s Learning Through Play20/5/2017Powerpoint slidespdfCompleted
8.Parents’ Seminar on Kindergarten Education – From Playground to Kindergarten13/6/2015Powerpoint slidespdfCompleted
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3. Success Is Not Determined at the Scratch Line

 

 

TitleDateDetailsRemarks
1.Parent Seminars 2018/19 – The Myth of Winning at the Scratch Line (Code: 1819)23/11/2018Powerpoint slides pdfTips for parents pdfVideo links pdfCompleted
2.Parents’ Seminars on Kindergarten Education – Success Is Not Determined at the Scratch Line (Code: 1747)16/6/2018Powerpoint slidespdfCompleted
3.Parents’ Seminars on Kindergarten Education – Success Is Not Determined at the Scratch Line, Winning Life at the Finish Line10/6/2017Powerpoint slides pdf(in Chinese and English)Completed
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