Creative Confidence Workshop For Children |Bite size|
Our culture places a lot of emphasis on what’s on paper. We have been taught this in school from the start. Scoring well in exams matters more than understanding, questioning and creating.
In today's volatile business landscape, adaptability and creativity are more crucial than ever. It is no longer possible-or even desirable-to learn one set of job skills and to work your way up the ladder. The business leaders of our future must anticipate change to create their own opportunities for personal satisfaction and professional success.
We unlock children's ability as solvers of complex problems, risk takers and visionaries. Preparing children to excel in the workforce.
The Happiness Makers story started several years ago. The idea came about while I was teaching at an institution. In every class, I saw students struggling to take their initiative to work on tasks. They require guides and rules in order to act. They lack confidence to execute things. It made me realize that in the future, everyone should have the confidence in their ability to create. I asked myself: why shouldn't everybody be able to do that? That's when the idea for Happiness Makers was born. We think Happiness Makers has the potential to completely transform the way children think about creativity.
Our objective: Preparing children to excel in the workforce. To use curiosity, empathy and play to solve difficult problems.
Through the program, kids can finally begin to:
1.Cultivate greater inclusiveness, foster creativity, deepen empathy, and align them around specific goals and results.
2. Be comfortable in expressing their opinions
3. Use their imaginations to explore problems. They can go on tangents, exploring different solutions to a given problem.
4. Discover the opportunities that everyone cannot see.
5. Improve their observation skills.
6. Not being overly sensitive to criticism but seeing it as an opportunity instead.
7. Foster a culture that embraces questioning, inspires frequent reflection in action, celebrates creativity and creates visual sense.
8. Viewing failure as a gift. Part of the workshop is about failing fast and failing forward.
9. Our workshop help kids use curiosity, empathy and play to change the world
10. The ability in finding more valuable problems to solve
In essence, our workshop teaches children a collaborative, solution-oriented approach rather than an individualistic, problem-oriented approach. Our workshop help children use curiosity, empathy and play to change the world.
Parents and children are required to visit us at www.happinessmakers.com to have a basic understanding of our methodology before coming to the workshop.
Workshop requires a minimum of 8 children to start. Maximum 14 children.
Cost of workshop: $30.00 (Inclusive of a drink and light snacks)
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As a designer, and lecturer at a local institution, I have acquired a set of skills which allow students to build their creative confidence and using it to solve difficult problems. Using an approach rooted in both practice and theory, it cites examples ranging from Cirque du Soleil, Apple, P&G and many other more.
Since 2005-2011, I am part of a design team in a MNC company. Recognized with patent and design awards, my work has been featured in various magazines. I hold a Bachelor of Arts from Curtin University of Technology. My portfolio of works include industrial design, product design, user interface and soft goods design. Clients consist of Best Buy, Samsung, Motorola, Callaway, Titleist, Puma Golf, Cobra, Cleveland and Mizuno. I am also responsible for designing the Curriculum Delivery Methodology and Instruction Medium Development for the school’s Design Thinking Program. I have taught various lecturers and instructors from different Polytechnics and Secondary Schools.
Terms and Conditions:
We reserve the right to modify the venue, date or time of the class or cancel the class due to unforeseen circumstances. Workshop requires a minimum of 8 children to start. We will inform you of the cancellation no later than 3 days before the workshop.
The organizers reserve the right to decline the registration any participant. Happiness Makers shall not be responsible for and disclaims all liability for any loss, damage or personal injury of any nature whatsoever which may be suffered by you as a result of or which may be attributable, directly or indirectly, to participation in this activity.
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