The Councilor for Education recalled the 'School of Families' is "a training forum and meeting to acquire tools on the education of children and today's problems"
0. The sacristy of the old church of the Society of Jesus hosts tomorrow, Wednesday, February 5, at 6:30 pm, the conference 'Educate in respect.
Guidelines to prevent situations of bullying ', by the psychologist of the Murcia Association against Bullying (Amurcae), Noelia Carbonell.
This talk is part of the 'Schools for Families', promoted by the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Regional Government, with which the City of Caravaca de la Cruz collaborates this year.
The Councilor for Education at the Consistory Caravaqueño, José Fernández Tudela, recalled that this school, open and free for everyone who is interested, is "a training forum and meeting to acquire tools on the education of children" and recalled that "there are many families that request this type of specific activities that offer tools and resources to respond to the needs and problems faced by today's mothers and fathers."
The Murcian Association Against School Bullying highlights the importance of early detection of bullying situations and for this, focuses its efforts on teaching families how to do it and what is the protocol to follow.
"As fathers and mothers we want to be the best, we want to be respectful, but at the moment of truth, every day we face situations that connect us directly with our most primitive emotions", they stand out from Amurcae.
In this talk a series of guidelines will be given to achieve control of emotions and achieve an education based on respect, respect that will help us prevent bullying situations, as well as detect and address them.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Caravaca de la Cruz