Date: Saturday November 21st Time: 7:00 PM
Address: 朝阳区 朝阳门外大街乙6号 朝外SOHO大厦D座2层-0260号 朝外SOHO全部店铺
China has around 61 million children whose parents have migrated to a city to find work and left them in rural areas with a relative or on their own. Some of these girls and boys who are left behind do not receive sufficient emotional support or live with limited household income that hinders access to education and other services, and are often at greater risk of injury, human trafficking, violence, abuse or neglect. Social and emotional learning is the process, through which children acquire knowledge, attitudes and skills to recognize and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, demonstrate care and concern for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, make responsible decisions, and handle interpersonal situations effectively. Lisa Qin will talk about the social and emotional learning for China’s ‘left-behind’ children and how the social and emotional learning can help them?
About the Speaker: Lisa Qin is a consultant in China to UNICEF and the Asian Development Bank. She is an Australian-qualified lawyer and teacher with international experience spanning development, teaching, law and auditing. Lisa holds a Master of Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a Master of Teaching from the University of Melbourne. Her focus is on addressing educational disadvantage to improve outcomes for children. About the organization:UNICEF promotes the rights and well-being of every child, in everything we do. Together with our partners, we work in 190 countries and territories to translate that commitment into practical action, focusing special effort on reaching the most vulnerable and excluded children, to the benefit of all children, everywhere.