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Organized by Scholastic Philippines, LIKHANG BATA CREATIVITY CENTER's Founder and Director for Creative Development, Teacher Dindi Besinga-Manlapaz, along with other education and child development personalities, impart more ideas on how to promote learning and imagination amongst our children and students as we all thrive in a new lifestyle amidst this pandemic. Let's nurture CREATIVITY TOGETHER!
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Come and learn more tips and advice for both teachers and parents alike, in supporting our student's/ children's well being, and their families, during these times.
Our distinguished speaker, Mrs. Chinka B. Sarmiento, is an Educator and a Mental Health Advocate with degrees in MAEd Educational Psychology (Cognates in Family Life and Child Development) and BS Psychology from UP Diliman and a Certificate in Family Life Education from the University of Asia and the Pacific. She is a also a creative individual helping others as a Voice Coach, Culinarian, and a Catholic Media Missionary.
"There is something in this world that every individual can do. God has created all of us with something unique to contribute."
- Leymah Gbowee -
CREATIVITY BEGINS AT HOME with real-life sisters, Ms. Dindi Besinga-Manlapaz, Ms. Chinka Besinga-Sarmiento and Ms. Camyl Besinga, who will take from their own experience growing up, to share about the value of creating opportunities to enhance creativity at home!
Discover how you can encourage and cultivate creativity at home and help enhance the overall well-being of the family!
JOIN the CREATIVITY BEGINS AT HOME Facebook Group
and watch a video replay of our very informative session and sharing on practical family life skills.
This webinar is brought to you by The Pink Sunshine Company, in partnership with Gal at Home, Likhang Bata Creativity Center, My Isabelle - Fresh & Natural and the Pink Plate Kitchen.
Is CREATIVITY an important life skill for children? Should our kids learn to think in their right or left brain hemisphere? Do you have artistic people in the family? Do you need to help them develop their skills more? How does CREATIVE THINKING help our kids during this pandemic?
THINK ABOUT IT. LEARN MORE ABOUT IT.
Likhang Bata Creativity Center's Founder and Director for Creative Development, teacher Dindi Besinga-Manlapaz joined the #CHIPSThriveatHome online conference for parents last July 30 to August 1. She shared her realizations and the answers to these questions + and got a lot more parenting advice, great learning tools and expert insights to help us help our kids thrive well despite the special circumstances of these times.
Organized by https://www.educatingforlife.net/
WATCH OUT SOON FOR LINKS TO OUR REPLAY VIDEO ONCE ITS AVAILABLE FOR SHARING.
An MFC (Missionary Families for Christ) sponsored Workshop for Kids - Allow children to have fun as they explore and express their God-given creativity! Kids get to create and inspire as they joined our fun online art activity led by our Director for Creative Development, Teacher Dindi Besinga - Manlapaz.
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Check out our webinar slides and try out the featured project from In The Studio with Mrs. Frobase
In our first WEBINAR, we explored the possibilities of pushing forward our cause to share the benefits of ARTS EDUCATION during this time of crisis. We shared a lot of ideas on how to nurture our family's creative development while keeping safe and healthy at home.
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In our drive to promote the importance of Arts Education and Creative Development, we've been conducting FREE webinars for parents, guardians, and educators alike. We're committed to make everyone realize, and fully understand the value of creative thinking and how "Imagination is more important than intelligence" (Albert Einstein)