Emerson Waldorf Presents: Kim John Payne
Saturday, March 3, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)
Chapel Hill, NC
Back by popular demand… Kim John Payne
"Exclusion: So Hurtful, So Subtle"
Date: Saturday, March 3, 2012 at 7pm
Where: Brown Wing at the Emerson Waldorf School (EWS).
Who: Parents of children, tweens, teens and Care Professionals. At least one parent from each EWS family and certainly EWS faculty and staff are encouraged to attend this dynamic presentation.
Cost: Friends and neighbors can purchase a ticket for only $25.00.
Kim John Payne is an excellent and engaging speaker and this topic is relevant for parents of children, tweens and teens. Not only will this presentation provide a better understanding of when, how, and why exclusion occurs, it will provide simple, practical tools for parents and teachers to use with children to either stop or prevent it from happening.
• Under the Radar:
While bullying is a big problem, subtle exclusion is much more common, can go on for a long time and can have a big impact.
• No Blame:
Whether the child is the initiator, the receiver, or the bystander, this approach encourages accountability without blame and provides an opportunity for our community to create common understanding, language, and tools-all related to the Social Inclusion process.
• The Power of Calm:
How powerful it is for a parent to stay calm and focused in the face of difficult social situations at school and in the neighborhood.
• Parent Coaching:
While schools can do a lot to help children work through situations of exclusion, parents can be very effective in giving their children some age-appropriate and simple strategies to avoid being caught up in the dramatic cycle.
• Replacing Reactivity with Resiliency:
Why bringing greater balance into your family to deal with the fast-paced lifestyle that has become the "new normal" can build resiliency in your child’s social interactions and build friendships.
About the Speaker:
Kim is the author of the much acclaimed and influential book Simplicity Parenting. He frequently gives keynote lectures, workshops and public presentations in America and internationally. He has frequently appeared on television, including ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox; on radio with the BBC, Sirius/XM, CBC & NPR, and has been featured in Time Magazine, Chicago Tribune, Parenting, Mothering, Times Union and the LA Times.
When & Where
Emerson Waldorf School
The Emerson Waldorf School, founded in 1984, is a Pre-K to Grade 12 Waldorf school with about 240 enrolled students. The 54-acre (0.22 km2) campus is located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The school offers a curriculum based on the philosophical and pedagogical indications of Rudolf Steiner, designed to promote interdisciplinary and multi-sensory learning. The school celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary in 2009.