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Developing social and resilient young people
Social demographer and ISQ State Forum speaker Bernard Salt AM joins The School Bell podcast to discuss the need for partnerships between schools and parents in order to develop social and resilient young people who are future-ready. Salt acknowledges the difficulties faced by independent schools and offers advice in managing parental expectations.
In this episode, we discuss:
- Jobs of the future
- Developing social citizens and the impact of social media
- Importance of a partnership between school and home
- Resilience should be the norm
- Differing parental expectations and methods
- Engaging parents in a culture of outsourcing
- The changing student
- Creating attributes for success
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