We would love to invite you to an informative parent session with Dr Ian Lillico.
This seminar will deal with helping boys and girls to become great young men and women. Dr Lillico will outline strategies for parents to assist children in their development along the lines “It takes a village to raise a child”. The role of still pictures, reading fiction, digital homework and many other facets will be examined during the evening. Dr Lillico will also take some time to explain why it is even more difficult for today’s children to put their minds to reading, writing and numeracy without the assistance of calculators and computers. He will give many practical strategies for parents and teachers to use to better engage both boys and girls, improve their functional literacy and grow into fine young adults.
When: Monday 20 July 2020
Where: Kennedy College Auditorium
About Dr Ian Lillico: Dr Ian Lillico was a former teacher and principal of 31 years and now an international consultant and presenter in education. Ian has a doctorate in education, and is a Churchill Fellow, a fellow of the Australian council of educational leaders (ACEL) and currently works in the School of Education at Edith Cowan University WA as a supervisor of pre-service teachers (Primary and Secondary). Dr Lillico is also the founder and CEO of the Boys Forward Institute. He now provides professional development for teachers, parents, students and a host of other organizations throughout Australia and internationally.