Talk: Reading to children as an avenue to cultivate inclusive values

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Come join us for this talk by Fernando M. Reimers, a renowned educator and author of The Adventures of Filomena series!

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[Calendar]Upcoming Events
Reading to Children as an Avenue to Cultivate Inclusive Values
Programmes by Singapore Book Council
Mar 27 (Wed), 7:00pm – 8:30pm

Join us for this special talk by Fernando M. Reimers, renowned educator and author of the children’s book series, The Adventures of Filomena. Prof Reimers will highlight the importance of conversations across generations to cultivate values, and to foster children’s ethical development.  This talk will be of interest to parents, grandparents, teachers, school leaders and others interested in fostering developmentally constructive relationships among children and families. This session will be moderated by Dr Myra Garces-Bacsal.

《诗心牵影》 新书发布及画展会 Poetic Hearts, Lingering Shadows
Programmes by SBC
Apr 27 – May 5 , 10:00am – 6:00pm

《诗心牵影》是为庆祝新加坡书籍理事会于2018成立50周年而特别出版, 新书发布会也为配新加坡开埠200周年而举行。与此同时,理事会也将举办一个画作及诗歌的展览,假新加坡华族文化中心从4月27日至5月5日展出。 The special publication of Poetic Hearts, Lingering Shadows marks the 50th anniversary of the Singapore Book Council in 2018, while the book launch is also held in conjunction with the Singapore bicentennial. As part of the book launch, there will be an exhibition of the ink paintings and poetry at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre from April 27 to May 5.

The Art of the Eye: Haiku and Photo-Haiga
Training by SBC Academy
May 4 (Sat), 9:00am – 1:00pm

This workshop is for those who wish to explore haiku writing and smart phone photography.

Introduction to Storytelling I
Training by SBC Academy
May 25 (Sat), 9:30am – 5:45pm

Learn the tools and confidence to learn and tell more stories.

Introduction to Storytelling II
Training by SBC Academy
Jun 1 (Sat), 9:30am – 5:45pm

Find out more about the storytelling process and create stories through your own storytelling style

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