DADS MATTER IN A CHILD’S EDUCATION : How dads teach differently and why it matters!
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About The Event
It’s not just the mums that influence a child’s education. Indeed, research and practical experience has shown that dads play a unique and important role in the education of their children. Come listen to fatherhood expert, J. Michael Hall as he explains how dads do and teach things differently from mum, including the different perspectives and set of skills that dads bring to the table. Find out why children need this other side from dad, and how it’s what helps children become successful in school and life!
Hot on the heels of a successful zoom talk on “Freedom and Discipline” for Dads, this is the third in a series of zoom conferences brought to you by the Family Enrichment Society. We hope you can join us!
As the founder of “Strong Fathers, Strong Families”, Michael has worked with over 200,000 fathers and professionals in the U.S, as well as in men’s ministries and other countries. He was honoured by President Obama as a 2012 White House Fatherhood Champion of Change. An articulate, affable and well-informed speaker, Michael will no doubt inspire and educate families in Singapore.
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