PCE Club - 11th Anual Parenting Conference

2014/10/18 星期六, 12:30PM-5:00PM

第十一届子女教育研讨暨年会

培养高情商的孩子

特邀演讲嘉宾: 著名心理教育家Eileen Kennedy-Moore博士

2014年10月18 日 星期六, 12:30pm - 5:00pm

Crowne Plaza Hotel, 2055 Lincoln, Highway (RT 27), Edison, NJ 08817

Eileen Kennedy‐Moore 博士是一位著名心理教育医生。她经常在全美各地演讲,并被邀请在电视台(Today Show)讨论与孩子心理教育有关的问题。她所写的书籍以及提供的系列培训课程包括�聪明父母为聪明孩 子�,�培养有健康心理和社交能力的孩子�, �开发孩子的真正潜能�等等。父母子女教育俱乐部今年很荣幸 地邀请到Eileen Kennedy‐Moore 博士来为我们2014年的年会做演讲。演讲的重点是给父母提供一些实际可 行的方法来帮助学习成绩已经很好的孩子去进一步提高心理素质,以便更好地与同学和朋友进行交流,从而使他们的生活能够过得更加愉快和幸福。

我们希望通过Eileen Kennedy-Moore 博士的演讲与讨论, 各位父母能够在以下几个方面得到进一步的 了解和提高。
真正弄明白一味注重孩子的学习成绩,给孩子施加压力,会影响孩子正常心理情绪和社交能力的成长
学会识别孩子在学习上的健康发展与过度完美主义的差别
得到一些怎样帮助孩子多参加集体活动并与人交流的具体方法
帮助孩子追求积极正面的影响,保持愉快心情,拥有持续快乐人生

这次会议分为两部分:第一部分由Eileen Kennedy‐Moore 博士主讲并由她回答大家感兴趣的问题。第二部分由自愿来参加这次研讨会的青少年与父母们一起分享他们在学校的经历和感受,以及他们对父母们的希望。 这些青少年还会和父母们交流他们对情商的认识和理解, 并告诉父母们能在哪些方面给他们提供更好的帮助。 欢迎各位有兴趣帮助你们孩子在各方面健康幸福成长的父母们来参加我们这次的子女教育研讨会。

Conference Agenda
12:30pm - 01:00pm Registration and Networking
01:00pm - 01:15 pm Opening Remarks
01:15 pm - 02:30pm Keynote Speech
02:30pm - 02:45 pm Book Signing/Break
02:45 pm - 05:00pm Fishbowl Forum ('青少年实话实说')

Fishbowl Forum participants:

Alan Gou � I am a sophomore Presidential Scholar (or senior) at Rutgers University, majoring in economics, computer science, and physics, with an interest in everything from high tech to the state of education in America. I was a PCE student reporter for two years and am thrilled to participate in this event.

Austin Jia - I'm a Junior at Millburn High School. I am the President of my Achieving-Better-Communications (ABC) Club, which I started two years ago. We started out by hosting discussions about controversial topics such as Affirmative Action, Social Media, and Peer Pressure, which were designed to engage parents and their children in conversation that they never had on their own. Later, I encouraged the parents to push their kids to take part in events outside of their comfort zone such as participating in the SCA5 panel discussion hosted at the local library and setting up video calls with "pen pals" from Harbin, China. Aside from running the club, I also enjoy tennis, violin, and debating.

Ellen Lou � I am 18 years old. I recently graduated from Hillsborough High School in their class of 2014. I currently am taking a gap year and I have deferred from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. I am currently a professional ballet dancer with the American Repertory Ballet in Princeton, NJ.

Jennifer Q. Chen � I grew up not too far from here, in East Brunswick, NJ. I graduated from the Huntsman program in International Studies and Business at the Univ. of Pennsylvania in 2008. After university, I worked for Lehman Brothers for a brief period of time before moving onto the world of ad technology. I currently work full-time as the Director of Global Trading at Sizmek and also works night-time and weekends on Givology.org. Givology is an online giving platform that connects donors to underprivileged students in developing countries. I started Givology in 2008 while a senior in college because I was inspired by the work of nonprofits in education and touched by the students I visited in rural Northwest China when I traveled there as a junior. There was a huge disconnect in education that my co-founder and I both felt needed to be addressed. I also firmly believe that giving back should be a part of everyone's lives, no matter how busy and at what age.

Jess Fong � I am currently a senior at Johns Hopkins University, majoring in International Studies and Economics, with a concentration on China. Last fall, I studied abroad in Beijing, at the Tsinghua School of Economics. I have always enjoyed writing and debating, and thus published three books while I was in high school. I also participated in Model UN throughout high school and am currently a Director at the Johns Hopkins Model UN Conference (JHUMUNC). In recent years, I took up teaching, mainly reading, writing and test prep. Last summer, I worked with a local learning center to develop a Model UN/debating program for younger children. Having gained so much from such programs in high school, I wanted to give younger students a platform so they are not shy to join these public speaking-related extracurricular activities later on.

Kevin Liu � I am currently a student at Princeton University in the Operations Research and Financial Engineering department and graduated from Ridge High School. I enjoy playing clarinet, playing volleyball, and listening to rap music. On campus I am part of the business team for the Daily Princetonian, on the executive board of Princeton Social Innovation, a Chinese mentor for the Language Fellows Program, a member of the Princeton Sinfonia, and a member of the Princeton Asian American Students Association.

我们鼓励青少年与他们的父母一起参加本次研讨会, 这样更有助于父母和孩子共同的有效学习和提高。

研讨会时间: 2014年10月18 日 星期六, 12:30pm - 5:00pm

地点: Crowne Plaza Hotel
2055 Lincoln Highway (RT 27), Edison, NJ 08817 (***-***-3500)

费用: 提前报名(10月10日前付帐)者:$20(家庭), 现场:$25(家庭), 俱乐部付了年费($70)的会员: 免费.

If you join and become a member of PCE Club now, your family admission to 2014 Annual Conference and PCE Nov. 2014 ~ Sept. 2015 events is FREE. The membership due for 2015 is $70. Join The PCE Club now

支票抬头: Parents And Children Education Association

支票请寄: Parents And Children Education Association c/o Min Huang, 47 Reinhart Way, Bridgewater, NJ 08807
详情请电: 刘轶敏(***-***-7816, amyliuCPA@yahoo.com) 徐蕾(***-***-4290, lxu2005@gmail.com), 徐明 ( ***-***-8007, mingxuhomes@yahoo.com), 黄敏(***-***-0332, minhuang360@yahoo.com) 。

Note: There is no on-site babysitter available.

********************************************************************

2014 Annual Parenting Conference

Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Eileen Kennedy-Moore

SATRUDAY OCTOBER 18, 2014, 12:30pm - 5:00pm

Crowne Plaza Hotel, 2055 Lincoln, Highway (RT 27), Edison, NJ 08817

For bright children, a focus on achievement too often eclipses other aspects of their development. Whether they are generally good students or routinely admonished that they �could do better� if only they tried, many of these children feel burdened by expectations, hindered by anxiety, socially isolated, or terrified of failure. The antidote is to help children cultivate a broad self-definition that encompasses more than their accomplishments. Drawing from research and clinical experience, this presentation offers practical strategies to help bright children cope with perfectionism, build connection with their peers, and find joy.

You will learn from her speech

Understand how a narrow focus on achievement can inhibit children�s social and emotional development.
Learn the signs that distinguish healthy striving from unhealthy perfectionism
Learn strategies for helping children join in group play or conversations.
Learn strategies for helping children savor positive experiences.

Eileen Kennedy-Moore, PhD, is a clinical psychologist with a private practice in Princeton, NJ, where she works with children, adults, and families. She is co-author of two books for parents, Smart Parenting for Smart Kids: Nurturing Your Child�s True Potential (Jossey-Bass/Wiley) and The Unwritten Rules of Friendship: Simple Strategies to Help Your Child Make Friends (Little, Brown), and a book for mental health professionals, Expressing Emotion (Guilford Press). She is also the author of an award-winning children's book, What About Me? 12 Ways to Get Your Parents' Attention Without Hitting Your Sister (Parenting Press).

Dr. Kennedy-Moore has been a featured guest on many nationally syndicated radio shows, and she has been quoted in dozens of magazines and newspapers, including Parents, Real Simple, Working Mother, Family Circle, Woman's Day, and The Chicago Tribune. She serves on the advisory board for Parents magazine and blogs about children's friendships on PsychologyToday.com (www.psychologytoday.com/blog/Growing-Friendships). This fall, The Great Courses will be releasing a series of 12 videos featuring Dr. Kennedy-Moore entitled, Raising Emotionally and Socially Healthy Kids. Dr. Kennedy-Moore and her husband have four children. Her website is: www.EileenKennedyMoore.com.

Conference Agenda
12:30pm - 01:00pm Registration and Networking
01:00pm - 01:15 pm Opening Remarks
01:15 pm - 02:30pm Keynote Speech
02:30pm - 02:45 pm Book Signing/Break
02:45 pm - 05:00pm Fishbowl Forum ("Teenagers Speaker Out")

Fishbowl Forum participants:

Alan Gou � I am a sophomore Presidential Scholar (or senior) at Rutgers University, majoring in economics, computer science, and physics, with an interest in everything from high tech to the state of education in America. I was a PCE student reporter for two years and am thrilled to participate in this event.

Austin Jia - I'm a Junior at Millburn High School. I am the President of my Achieving-Better-Communications (ABC) Club, which I started two years ago. We started out by hosting discussions about controversial topics such as Affirmative Action, Social Media, and Peer Pressure, which were designed to engage parents and their children in conversation that they never had on their own. Later, I encouraged the parents to push their kids to take part in events outside of their comfort zone such as participating in the SCA5 panel discussion hosted at the local library and setting up video calls with "pen pals" from Harbin, China. Aside from running the club, I also enjoy tennis, violin, and debating.

Ellen Lou � I am 18 years old. I recently graduated from Hillsborough High School in their class of 2014. I currently am taking a gap year and I have deferred from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. I am currently a professional ballet dancer with the American Repertory Ballet in Princeton, NJ.

Jennifer Q. Chen � I grew up not too far from here, in East Brunswick, NJ. I graduated from the Huntsman program in International Studies and Business at the Univ. of Pennsylvania in 2008. After university, I worked for Lehman Brothers for a brief period of time before moving onto the world of ad technology. I currently work full-time as the Director of Global Trading at Sizmek and also works night-time and weekends on Givology.org. Givology is an online giving platform that connects donors to underprivileged students in developing countries. I started Givology in 2008 while a senior in college because I was inspired by the work of nonprofits in education and touched by the students I visited in rural Northwest China when I traveled there as a junior. There was a huge disconnect in education that my co-founder and I both felt needed to be addressed. I also firmly believe that giving back should be a part of everyone's lives, no matter how busy and at what age.

Jess Fong � I am currently a senior at Johns Hopkins University, majoring in International Studies and Economics, with a concentration on China. Last fall, I studied abroad in Beijing, at the Tsinghua School of Economics. I have always enjoyed writing and debating, and thus published three books while I was in high school. I also participated in Model UN throughout high school and am currently a Director at the Johns Hopkins Model UN Conference (JHUMUNC). In recent years, I took up teaching, mainly reading, writing and test prep. Last summer, I worked with a local learning center to develop a Model UN/debating program for younger children. Having gained so much from such programs in high school, I wanted to give younger students a platform so they are not shy to join these public speaking-related extracurricular activities later on.

Kevin Liu � I am currently a student at Princeton University in the Operations Research and Financial Engineering department and graduated from Ridge High School. I enjoy playing clarinet, playing volleyball, and listening to rap music. On campus I am part of the business team for the Daily Princetonian, on the executive board of Princeton Social Innovation, a Chinese mentor for the Language Fellows Program, a member of the Princeton Sinfonia, and a member of the Princeton Asian American Students Association.

We encourage teenagers to attend the conference with their parents to make the workshop learning experience more effective.

Conference Fee: Pre-registration* $20(per family), On-site: $25(per family); Free to PCE Club Annual Members(paid $70 membership)
*Pre-registration � Registered online and check mailed to below address before October 10, 2014.

Check payable to Parents And Children Education Association, and mailed to the following address:
Parents And Children Education Association, c/o Min Huang, 47 Reinhart Way, Bridgewater , NJ 08807

Registration:
Contact: Amy Liu (***-***-7816, amyliuCPA@yahoo.com) , Lei Xu (***-***-4290, lxu2005@gmail.com) Ming Xu( ***-***-8007 , mingxuhomes@yahoo.com), Min Huang(***-***-0332, minhuang360@yahoo.com)

Note: There is no on-site babysitter available.

PCE_logo_final_PNG_edited_edited.png

Parents and Children Education Club 父母子女教育俱乐部  

情商育儿 共同成长 2003-2022