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到了異鄉，在西方的快樂學習、自由發展的教育氛圍成長的孩子，便為這樣的第一代移民父母貼上 Asian Parents(亞裔父母)的標籤，甚或覺得父母就是只會要求孩子各科全A的「虎爸、虎媽」！
What will be the impact be on both the parents who carry the thinking of eastern culture and the children whose words and deeds are becoming more and more westernized?
Under such an impact, parents are very strict, and the children are helpless; how do we reopen the door of dialogue between these families that are drifting apart?
In Asia, quizzes every three days and big tests every five days are the daily routine of children. School ends at 4 or 5 o'clock in the afternoon, then they go to an after-school cram school to continue their studies. When they get home, there are piles of homework waiting for the child. After finally finishing the homework, they have to rush to learn various extracurriculars, and compete in their competitions.
Arriving at a foreign land, children who grew up in the educational atmosphere of happy learning and free development in the West would label such first-generation immigrant parents as “Asian Parents,” or even feel that parents are “Tiger Dads” or “Tiger Moms” who only ask their children for straight A's.
Parents are also very confused. Just by studying happily, the child to have outstanding grades on the college application? Getting into a good university should be very important! If there is no hard work put in in which the student has to wake up early and train hard, will they perform well in sports and extracurriculars?
The value systems on which parents grew up in immigrant places in the past are challenged by the new environment. In particular, the conflict between parents and children makes them lose their connection, which makes it even more surprising and worrisome!
Is there such a bridge that connects Eastern values and Western thinking?
Teacher Li Chongjian, who has been promoting the Satir dialogue for many years, will lead us to learn how to connect with children's desires through dialogue, and help parents and children build a bridge of harmony between the East and the West.