Dr. Michele Borba , internationally renowned educator, award-winning author, and parenting expert will be the featured guest speaker at this community-wide event. All those helping to raise children ages 0-18 should attend! Parents, grandparents, educators and child advocates are welcomed.
Dr. Borba’s latest book is an urgently needed guide to address the staggering increase in anxiety, stress and emptiness in children from preschool to high school. She explains why the old markers of accomplishment (grades, test scores) are no longer reliable predictors of success in the 21st century. She offers 7 teachable traits that will safeguard our kids for the future. All those who register for the event will receive a link to register for Parent Workshops that will help parents put these ideas into practice.
– $18 per Temple Beth El member
– $36 per Guest
– $18 per person
Registration includes one copy of Thrivers: The Surprising Reasons Why Some Kids Struggle and Some Kids Shine by Dr. Michele Borba. (One book per family.) Virtual ticket holders may pick up their book at either the Schaefer Family Campus or the Beck Family Campus.
Parent Workshops are available to all those who register for the January 12th program. These Parent Workshops are held in conjunction with Temple Beth El clergy and Ruth & Norman Rales Jewish Family Services. (Limited capacity.)
Parent Workshops will cover the following topics:
Part 1: Stretch the Comfort Zone in our Children – Create self-confident, problem solvers who are curious and independent thinkers while encouraging empathy.
Part 2: Choose Your Battles, with Nurturing Discipline – Learn how to help children take risks, make mistakes, and test independence. Learn how and when is it best for parents to create boundaries.
Part 3: Am I Okay and therefore, Is my Child Okay? Manage your parental stress in 2023.
Read more about this program in the Beth El Blog. For questions or more information contact Elinor Josephson at [email protected] or 561-314-2833
This program is generously underwritten by Jill Viner.