24 May‘18

Dalton Learning Lab: How To Foster Divergent Thinking In Kids

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In the ever-changing digital landscape, it’s difficult for parents to stay ahead of the tech curve and prepare their children for the future workplace – which will be dominated by artificial intelligence and robotics. Recognising this challenge, Dalton Learning Lab has organised a series of tech-positive parenting events to give you no-nonsense suggestions to prepare your kids for the future. The theme for this discussion is how to promote creative and divergent thinking for kids in the digital age; it will be an excellent opportunity for mums and dads to gain valuable insight, advice and commentary from leading industry experts.

Join award-winning technologist and Outblaze CEO, Yat Siu, and the principal of The Harbour School, Christine Greenberg, as they offer their thoughts and tips on how parents can foster divergent thinking skills in their children. They’ll address how technology can impact learning and tackle other important questions relevant to the modern-day parent. This event is structured to allow parents to participate and share in the discussion and maximise their take-away from the conversation. Limited seating!

This promises to be an insightful event and a great way to spend a weekday lunchtime (light lunch included in the ticket price) so click here to book your spot now! Suitable for parents with kids through middle-school age.

Sassy Mama PerkUse the special Sassy Mama discount code “SASSYVIP to receive 25% off the ticket price at checkout.

Where: NextSpace – 18/fl On Hing Bldg., 1 On Hing Terrace, Central, Hong Kong (below Fringe Club off Wyndham St)
When: Thursday, 24 May, 12:30 to 13:45
How much: $180 per person (includes light lunch/refreshments)
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18/F On Hing Bldg., 1 On Hing Terrace, Central, Hong Kong