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In a seminar we were invited to conduct in Bukit Mertajam several months ago, our host introduced us thus, (in Mandarin) to the packed hall of about a hundred people: “This couple and their family are ordinary people like you … Continue reading
Continuing a series of previously published articles on FAMILYPLACE, might be useful to some. FamilyPlace, a project funded by DAGS, is the predecessor of Learning Beyond Schooling when our children were very young and reflected our thoughts as young(er parents). … Continue reading
Here are series of previously published articles on FAMILYPLACE, might be useful to some. FamilyPlace is the predecessor of Learning Beyond Schooling when our children were very young and reflected our thoughts as young(er parents). As a child, … Continue reading
For parents trying to survive in destitute countries, all they pray for is for their young to grow strong enough to survive the harsh daily realities of life: drought, diseases and starvation. Because life is as unpredictable as rain fall, … Continue reading
… and help them grow from there. Would we prefer to just force them to be what we (or in most cases other people/society) want them to be?
Written by Sloane Mak. On Dec. 8th FamilyPlace organized a talk by Professor Emeritus Gary Confessore, (Ed.D) of the Higher Education Administration of George Washington University who was kind enough to take … Continue reading