We had a lively and interesting session with the parents of Neuerth Kids, Benson town today between 10 AM and 12 PM. Parents had queries on “the choice of dress a child wears for a party” / “parental control” / “dealing with children who hit,pinch, bully..” / “shy child who does not talk too much” etc.. We explored many of these queries through activities / games.
Some of the feedbacks – “The session was really worth it. Looking forward to more such sessions “- Geetha Kumari, Teacher “Very informative and educative . Made us aware of so many things. You made us think differently.” – Shahala Firdose, parent “Thought provoking. Looking forward to more such sessions” – Sindhu, Teacher “Very interactive. Would surely want to try out some of the ideas with my kids” – Aijaz Rahi, Parent “I liked the concept of the child and the flower. Wish we could have more such sessions in the future” – Abdul Mateen, Parent “Healthy and very helpful interaction. Planning to try some of the ideas with my kids ” – Iram, Parent
Had a 2 hour interactive session with parents of Neuerth Kids, JP Nagar 7th Phase, RBI Layout, Bangalore between 10AM and 12 PM on 26th Jan 2012. We focused on providing perspectives to child development / parent-child relationship that enabled parents to explore options in addressing situations/long term issues.
Some of the feedbacks –
“The session was excellent, very helpful. It left me thinking in a different way of handling my child. Opens up parents mind to rethink about the child” – Lakshmi, Parent “As a first timer, experiencing a session like this, its been quite thought provoking. Time was a constraint. Thanks for your time” – Sudeep Nambiar, Parent “Totally agree with your thoughts – I think everything begins with self awareness. Thank you so much.” – Thankam “It was a pleasant interactive session which made me think. I enjoyed it thoroughly and would look forward to more”-Preeti Gomkale “It was informative. But so many things went unanswered” – Geetha Krishnan
Module 1 consisting of 6 sessions got over last week. All the participants of Group 5 were keen on continuing with Module 2 which comprises of a 2nd set of 6 sessions that covers various aspects of adult/child relationship.
We had the first session of Module 2 for this group on Monday – 16th Jan 2012. These 2 hour sessions are once a week and is expected to get over by Feb end.
Looking forward to enjoying this journey together 🙂
We had a follow up session for the participants of Group 3 and Group 4 . We took up situations which we face everyday with our children and did role plays on that. We tried to understand how we could connect with our children and in a funny way realised that we were more into trying to get them to do what we wanted.
Over chai, chips and biscuits, had a discussion on how certain things work and some just don’t. We will be meeting next month in January 2012.
We had an interactive and fun 2 hour session at our office on how to understand and connect to oneself and to the child. We had role plays and activities. Different perspectives were shared by the participants which made the session interesting. Participants were enthused to try out different ways of connecting to one’s child and iteratively discover the ideas that work for them.
We started parenting sessions on “Understanding oneself to understand Children” in right earnest today. We had a lively and interactive session wherein participants went through various activities that attempted to highlight one’s belief systems and its impact on the way we look at our children / world.
These sessions are spread across six weeks that is held every Thursday between 12 PM and 2 PM.
Warm welcome to Group 5 ! We hope to enjoy this journey together and learn from one another.
We had an interesting 2 hour interactive session with the parents of children studying in “Aura Montessori” school in JP Nagar, Bangalore on 26th Nov 2011. Around 25 parents attended the session which was conducive to incorporating some activities to highlight some of the issues related to learnings etc. Parental concerns regarding learnings, discipline, behavior, expectations etc.. were explored through activities & shared experiences that enabled parents to question some of their own perceptions.
Some of the feedbacks on the session “Very awakening. Shook some of my beliefs.I feel motivated to look at things with a new perspective.Many thanks.” ” Extremely useful in our daily lives” “The session made me realize unknowingly how much pressure we put on our children. Hope to work on this now.Thanks” “Very informative session. Would like to attend more sessions like this. Thought provoking and introspective” “Good session. Helped introspection. Learnt what not to do. Thanks” “I’ve immensely benefited from last years’s sessions. Had attended some sessions last year.”