Raising Boys and Girls Conference 2018
At this conference attendees will critically engage with issues around the holistic education of boys and girls. We will focus on aspects of gendered education (both in co-educational and single-sex schooling), across all phases, related to cognitive, emotional, social, and cultural trends.
The conference is aimed at school leaders, teachers, parents, and professionals (psychologists, remedial therapists, speech therapists etc). We will be exploring the holistic development of children through the CQ, EQ, and IQ intelligences. HPCSA CPD points have been applied for and we are awaiting approval.
Date: 10 – 11 May 2018
Venue: Mears Hall, St Stithians College
We have a brilliant speaker line up consisting of experts in their field. Topics include "Brain Myths", "Equal but Different", "Cyber-Gender", "Diversity and Inclusion", "Outdoor Education Camps", and more. The conference will be worth your time. Our speaker photos and bios are available below; more photos and bios will follow soon.
Sue Langley is a speaker, master trainer, global business consultant, researcher and leading advisor on the practical workplace applications of neuroscience, emotional intelligence and positive psychology. Download her full bio here.
Nene Molefi is the CEO of Mandate Molefi HR Consultants, a company with a track record that spans over 16 years. She is an expert panellist for a Diversity and Inclusion Benchmark Tool. She is a member of the Diversity Collegium. Download her full bio here.
Roy Gluckman is a Diversity and Inclusions Specialist. He is exceptionally skilled and passionate South African with over 8 years’ experience in diversity & inclusion. Download his full bio here.
Tina Taylor is Founder and Chairman of Heritage Leadership Academy, Inc. (HLA) and CEO of Heritage STEM Camps, Inc (HSC). These organizations are dedicated to developing the next generation of women leaders to greater economic success and parity in STEM in Africa. Download her full bio here.
Megan du Toit
Megan du Toit is a registered Educational Psychologist currently employed in the role of Academic Support Co-ordinator at St Stithians Girls’ College and chairs the Campus Academic Support Committee. Download her full bio here.
Megan-Lee Coetzee is currently employed in the roles of Educational Psychologist and Head of the Learner Support Department at HeronBridge Preparatory. She holds a Master's degree in Educational Psychology. Download her full bio here.
On Thursday we will have presentations from Roy Gluckman, Sue Langley, and Dr Ian Moll as well as breakaway discussions on CQ, EQ, and IQ. On Friday you will hear from Fred Schouwink, Megan du Toit, Megan-Lee Coetzee, and Nene Molefi. There will also be a Q&A forum.
Download the full programme here.
Register here. Remember that registration closes on 30 April 2018 at 21h00.
- Early Bird Registration (until 30 January 2018) – R1500.00 per person
- Late Registration (from 1 February to 30 April 2018) – R1750.00 per person
If you are joining us from outside of Gauteng, you can book accommodation at a discounted rate through City Lodge Hotel Group. Click here and make your booking today.
Download information on the accommodation here. It includes price, star grading, payment requirements and more.
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