The long-awaited distinguished scholar sharing is finally here! This time, we have invited Professor John O’Toole, who has deep roots in the Hong Kong drama education industry, to share how drama can effectively help resolve campus conflicts and bullying. With the resumption of in-person classes, besides catering to learning needs, emotional support for students after the epidemic and social life should not be neglected. How can educators from all walks of life intervene with innovative education methods?
- Demonstrate drama techniques that facilitate safe exploration of conflicts in the classroom through empathy and resonance.
- Share 20 years of global practice experience from the well-known “Cooling Conflict” program.
- Inspire local practice possibilities with participants through the global insights.
The session is now open for registration, and those who do not want to miss the rare opportunity to communicate face-to-face with John should register as soon as possible. Spaces are limited, and the link to register can be found here: https://forms.office.com/r/GLNr4UScsp
Date: 16 May 2023 (Tue)
Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm (3 hours)
Venue: TEFO Open Space (Arts Studio No. 307, Tai Po Arts Centre, 12 On Pong Road, Tai Po)
Fee: HKD$300 per person (fees will be used for TEFO’s operational expenses)
Inquiry: firstname.lastname@example.org / 2511 5997 (Wincy)
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