Date : 11th April 2015 (Saturday)
Time : 9:00am – 12pm
Topic: Behaviour Fluency– Building In Education
Fees: Individual – RM 150 per pax, Student – RM 75 per pax
About The Event:
Advancement in technology and globalisation, has made education more competitive than it ever was before, making study stress among children is an increasingly pertinent topic with regards to child and adolescent well-being. In this day and age where performance is measured not just by accuracy but its combination with speed, the behaviour fluency approach to education can help to improve study efficacy and thus reduce unnecessary stress that is counterproductive. This workshop aims to introduce a relatively new behavioural approach to education and skills acquisition that increases the likelihood of mastery within the academic and occupational setting while reducing stress in children and adolescents, by way of empowerment, confidence-building and self-efficacy. Behaviour fluency-building approach targets repetitively drilling basic component skills of a complex behaviour to increase mastery. Benefits of this method go beyond skill mastery but also emotional well-being, improved self-esteem and quicker learning abilities for more complex concepts and tasks. In this workshop, Dr. Alvin Ng will show you the techniques in identifying basic components of complex skills, and the steps to master them so that the larger and more composite skill become a second nature. Behaviour fluency techniques are short, high-energy, fun and empowering. It can be applied to school work, home skills and social skills easily and within short bursts of time every day. As such it is time-efficient, outcome-based and mastery-oriented. Research evidence continually show that by-products of behavioural fluency are increased confidence, self-esteem, motivation and self-efficacy.
About The Presenter: DR. ALVIN NG LAI OON, DPsych (Murdoch)
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