Parent Education Opportunities

INTL ParentEd is a helpful parent education program for our community. The school offers various informative events, talks, and webinars focused on program information, parenting practices, behaviors, and tips on raising children in today's modern world. We encourage you to take advantage of these opportunities.

Silicon Valley International School is also a proud member of the Common Grounds Speaker Series, that offers informational webinars and talks for parents, faculty, and staff.

List of 1 events.

  • Mar
    6

    Common Ground Speaker Series - Raising Body Positive Kids: A Parents' Guide

    Raising Body-Positive Kids: A Parent’s Guide
    with Dr. Shelley Aggarwal, Signe Darpinian, and Wendy Sterling
     
    In a world fraught with diet culture and weight stigma, many parents worry about their child’s relationship with their bodies and food. Kids hear confusing messages about food starting at an early age, from friends, relatives, parents, teachers, and coaches. The speakers, authors of Raising Body Positive Teens, guide parents to help their children develop a friendship with food and body by exploring several key topics: teen development and puberty, managing stress and how it relates to mindful eating, sleep, the movement for all bodies, diet-free parenting, diet-free meal prep, and parenting in the era of social media. 
     
    They offer parents advice to take proactive actions to promote a positive relationship with food, and preventative actions to minimize the risk factors for the development of eating disorders.

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