Seminar seeks future education leaders

Photo courtesy of International Youth Fellowship

Interested teaching staff and school personnel are invited to the "Education Leader Forum", which presents the topic of "Mind Education", at Swissotel Bangkok Ratchada, Ratchadaphisek Road, on April 21 from 1pm to 5pm.

Organised by the International Youth Fellowship, the forum will introduce Mind Education, a new educational curriculum from the Republic of Korea that lays the cornerstone for a system to transform the country.

Also called "The World Of The Heart", the curriculum has been successful in changing youth by deep diving into their mind and teaching thinking skills.

It is designed to develop soft skills, strengthen mindset, and improve problem-solving skills or AQ (adaptability quotient), leading to self-discipline and the ability to overcome their limits.

Mind Education has led to changes in young people in many countries, with MOUs signed with more than 60 educational institutions worldwide.

Hee Jin-park. International Youth Fellowship

At the upcoming seminar, participants will listen to a lecture by Hee Jin-park, founder of Lincoln House School, an alternative school in the Gangneung district of South Korea, and they can also join a workshop on case studies from Lincoln Middle and High School, also in South Korea.

The school is effectively changing students with the adoption of Mind Education, focusing on enabling students to engage in mindset-related activities, developing various skills as well as laying the cornerstone to live with the right mindset to become true leaders for the future.

In the seminar, a mock classroom, or School Lab, will be conducted, inviting participants to learn about Mind Education through lessons such as deliberate thinking ability, self-discipline skills, exchanges, perspectives and experiences.

Participants will also have the opportunity to expand educational cooperation with Lincoln Middle & High School. The seminar will be conducted in Korean with Thai interpretation. Interpretations in English, Chinese or Spanish will be available upon request.

The fee is 900 baht per person. Seats are limited and registrations should be made by April 19.

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