Life Series Module 2 ~ Tree of Life Chp 7~12 & Middle Years Chp 1~2
This registration is only for Module Two (TOL Chp 7~12 & MidYrs Chp 1~2). There will be a separate registration for Module Three (Chapters 13 to 18) and Module 4 Middle Years:
Module Two: Life, Children and Relationships (8 Chapters covered over 4 Sessions of 3 hours each)
Speaks to the relational components associated with healthy parenting. Because children tend to reflect the priorities and values of their home life, what is important to Mom and Dad will become important to their children, and will influence what each child becomes in the future.
Covers critical components of character training and explains the guiding principles for raising children who are kind, courteous, respectful, cooperative, confident, and certainly well mannered. No child arrives at this level of moral distinctiveness if the home life from which he or she comes is not already conversant with such virtue.
LIFE IN THE MIDDLE YEARS (Chapters 1 to 2)
The middle-years is one of the most amazing phases of childhood and unsuspicious time for parents. It is a season in which that son or daughter in your home is too old to be called a child, but too young to be labelled an adolescent. From a growth and developmental standpoint, the middle years is a period in which children begin the long process of metamorphosis—moving away from childhood dependencies, associations, and interests, and moving toward a self-reliance directed more and more by the beliefs and values of their home life.
Chp 1~2: Middle-Years Parenting in the Digital Age
5 Purposes of this Class
What We Are Assuming
9 Transitions Between 8-12 years old
Ideas Have Consequences
Childhood Structure to Maturity
Having An Adult Relationship with Your Middle Year Child
Steps to Align Values