“If you are planning for a year, sow rice; if you are planning for a decade, plant trees; if you are planning for a lifetime, educate people.”
Global Teens, Expats Parents and International Educators face the challenges of being an expat; on top of the common challenges of being a teenager, or raising one.
STELD believes that if we connect them with each other, teenagers, parents and educators will have a supportive team to navigate this exciting, important and challenging phase of life. Because helping teenagers to become the best version of themselves is a social responsibility.
Network of Parents
Have you ever wondered if you are doing a good job raising your teenager?
Do questions, doubts, regrets, emotions (lots of emotions!) become daily events for you?
Do you think that your teenager is the only one exhibiting a challenging behaviour and you are the only parent who doesn’t have a clue how to deal with it?
Through the network you will share feelings, support each other, consult situations that you don’t feel well-equipped to handle and develop skills to educate your children from a humane, respectful, compassionate and safe parenting style.
We get together as a group with many different interests, knowledge, experiences and skills, but joined by the common challenges of raising teenagers.
What are the benefits of a Network of Parents?
Gain knowledge, skills & tools
Promote healthy and respectful parenting style
Prevent risky situations
Facilitate parental involvement
Act as a support group
How does our Network of Parents work?
We meet on a monthly basis for about an hour
We provide information and guidance on wide topics of interest, such as:
Parenting & Education
Inclusion & Diversity
We facilitate and moderate the exchanges of experiences.
We finished the first edition of the Network of Parents in June. You are very welcome to join us in September 2021.