The “teenager relationships” symposium
In a very successful event, the school held the "teenager relationships" symposium, where our speakers clearly stated how the transition from childhood to adolescence changes kids' relationships with their peers as well as their parents & teachers. Students learnt about healthy relationships through their engagement in a professional dialogue about the issue.
They were also involved in role-playing scenarios to distinguish between abusive & healthy relationships. They were also empowered with potential life-saving information to ensure their knowledge of how to work on their attitude & control their behavior, aiming to raise a generation of decent leaders.
Through a new approach, students were engaged in an activity - Flipped Classroom, aiming to make students explore & research curriculum material before hand, as well as learn how to prepare in advance & share their teachers' experience in classroom management & preparation, in order to