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Courses for parents

Courses for parents


A course to learn how to be a good parent to your child may seem like a weird thing in a world where everyone is raising their children according to their own values ​​and principles.

However, many of those who want to become parents admit that they lack experience and such a course may be useful especially in the context where serious thinking about bringing a child into the world can bring some fear.
IRSCA Gifted Education (Romanian Institute of Advanced Studies and Research in Excellence Education) launches this year, for the first time in Romania, Parenting conferences, intended for parents with gifted children and those who wish to become parents.
Parenting conferences are conceived as an orientation in the process of parenting.
The participants will be able to learn directly with a specialist in the issues of child and family development through the most effective educational methods recognized worldwide.
These trainings are a source of scientifically substantiated information about human behavior and relationships in the family - information whose applicability in everyday life has been demonstrated.
The purpose of intensive courses, interactive sessions and practical applications within parenting courses is to clarify the process of child development, with its full potential and vulnerability.
The topics that will be discussed and discussed interactively will be:

  • What we need to know about the natural development of children, potentials, deadlines, stages;
  • Inherited qualities, acquired qualities, influence of the nurturing environment of children's qualities;
  • Emotional and intellectual development, personality and perception of the external environment;
  • Qualities, abilities, capacities, mode of development or inhibition of development;
  • Free will, decision, motivation, potential realization, problems related to emotional development;
  • How to recover the undeveloped potential of children, the "nature and nurture" factors;
  • What do children want, areas of interest, reaction to adaptation / rejection, emancipation of qualities or abandonment;
  • How we can help children, cooperation or abuse, choosing opportunities and supporting personal development;
  • Permanent development of social relationships between children of different ages, but with different potential;
  • Affirmation of the early developed child: levels of acceptance, methods of recognizing the relationship between mental age and chronological age;
  • The emotional and social needs of the gifted and talented child.
    The conferences are held on the dates of 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, January 15, 2009 at the Gheorghe Lazar College in Bucharest, between 5.30 and 8.00 pm.