March 19th | 6pm | BIC Sant Agustí
Mind your Language: How your words have a lasting impact on your child’s success
PARENT TALK WITH TRICIA TAYLOR
SUITABLE FOR ALL KEY STAGES
Parents from all over the island are welcome to take part, even if their child does not attend BIC.
Do you want to learn more about how your words have a lasting impact on your child’s success?
At BIC, we are committed to supporting students to develop and encourage their success.
Research shows that the language adults use when they give feedback to children is crucial in helping young people form a positive learning mindset and develop thinking skills that promote perseverance, hard work and the confidence to seek challenges. Understanding the research and then making small, yet significant, changes in the way you talk about learning and how you model your thinking in front of children will have a lasting impact on your child’s success.
At this workshop, you will learn:
- The research relating to mindset and how we learn
- Useful talking tips that promote a positive mindset
- Suggestions for how to model your own thinking in everyday situations
If you are interested in joining the session, here is what you need to know:
Date: March 19th, 2020
Time: 6pm start
Venue: BIC, Sant Agustí – Please click this link for exact directions.
Tickets: €5 – Tickets are limited and can be reserved via email or purchased at the School Reception on both BIC Schools.
A little bit about Tricia Taylor:
Tricia Taylor is a former teacher and leader in schools in the UK and US. With 20 years of experience in both primary and secondary schools, Tricia founded TailoredPractice to pursue a passion to make educational research more accessible to educators, youth and parents. Tricia has since worked with a wide range of British and international schools, presented at numerous conferences and is the author of a new book called, Connect the Dots: The Collective Power of Relationships, Memory and Mindset in the Classroom (John Catt). Tricia is also former Associate Lecturer for English at Goldsmith’s University teacher training programme in London and Education Consultant for PowerTools, based in New York City. Tricia holds a BA (Hons) in English Literature and Journalism and a Master of Education.