14/11/2019 06:30pm the Hive Thonglor

Speaker Series:Teachers Talk

In this fast paced innovative world, the importance of Creativity can be lost within our shrinking attention span. Join us at our latest session of of Speaker Series, where you can explore the benefits of creativity for today’s youth! 💡

We invite you to join our discussion panel with four global educators, who will investigate a specific way in which parents can expand their understanding of how their children can be supported and educated in the modern world.

We will then be hosting an audience Q&A to address everyone’s questions!

🎟RSVP now: https://bit.ly/368whw6
150THB included a drink / Hive members Free

Our speakers:

Shagufta Marsh

Shagufta Marsh embarked on a career in Education as a Secondary School Science Teacher and has also held other positions such as form tutor, vertical mentor, head of science and assistant head of year (pastoral). She has educated students around the world and is here today to discuss important educational topics such as why the arts are important in STEAM, which will enable parents to become more knowledgeable in helping their children to become the best that they can be.

Ashley Hutchison

Ashley is the Head of Drama in a British international school in Bangkok and also a dramatic arts instructor, acting coach and director at the top-performing schools in London. Over eleven years of teaching Drama and English inside and outside of the classroom, Ashley has organised several workshops and camps related to performance and building self-esteem amongst students.

Patrick Graham

Patrick is Head of Music at Regents International School, whose department has a strong focus on student leadership and creative thought. Alongside his department, he has facilitated the rise of a wide range of musical expression at Regents, including multiple choirs, jazz groups, high-level orchestras, and most importantly a multitude of student-led bands and ensembles. Patrick is here today to discuss the vital role of creativity in education, and the support that parents can give to this aspect of their children’s development.

Stacey Wreathall

Stacey has held many positions such as Head of Drama to Deputy Head of the Creative Arts Faculty. Acting Head of Faculty, Student Voice Leader, Pastoral Tutor, MUN coordinator, PSHE Coordinator and Teaching & Learning coach.
Stacey is here today to discuss how being vulnerable is one of the toughest things we can do, yet one of the bravest. Her talk will look at ways in which we can build courage in our youth and empower them to be bold, be creative and feel valued.

📍 Where: The Hive thonglor – Rooftop Cafe
📆 When: 18 December, 6.30PM – 8.30PM

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