Kate Lamteva is currently running a series of embroidery classes at the Eastern & Oriental Tea House & Coffee Parlour every Sunday from 7th July until 28th July. Novices, intermediates & experts are all welcome to join. Email Kate for details: email@example.com
With a choice of 4 private rooms, all with their own bathroom & air con, and free, fast wifi, why not hold your next meeting @ The Eastern & Oriental Tea House & Coffee Parlour? Email Ali: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0936 419 346
Thanks to everyone who attended our Easter Party on 20th April. Over 60 children joined in our workshops which included face-painting, Easter bonnets, mask-making and Easter egg design. Sending a HUGE thank-you to our amazing sponsors Furbrew, Red Apron & Morning Star International Kindergarten for their support.
Digital Technology in Educational Settings
A workshop for educators based in Hanoi – men & women welcome to attend
Wednesday 8 May 2019
5:30pm – 8:00pm
The Eastern & Oriental Tea House & Coffee Parlour
26 Quang An St, Tay Ho, Hanoi Vietnam(View on google maps)
Digital technologies are often presented as solutions that can simply be transported from one context to another that solve problems and enhance student outcomes. In this presentation Dr Michael Phillips will argue that such ‘silicon bullet’ models inevitably miss their target. In contrast, Michael will introduce technological, pedagogical and content knowledge (TPACK) as a way of understanding the ways expert teachers use digital technologies. Furthermore, Michael will provide insights into the ways in which individual schools and teachers can enhance powerful technology practices including Augmented Reality.
About the presenter
Dr Michael Phillips is an internationally recognised researcher and author who explores the challenging problem of teachers’ powerful integration of digital technologies. In particular, Michael focuses on the ways in which expert teachers develop understandings of the most effective uses of digital technologies in particular contexts.
Additional workshop: Benefits of double degrees in the age of multidisciplinary knowledge
After the workshop, you will also have the opportunity to participate in a panel discussion with Monash University representatives from the faculties of Arts, Education, Information Technology and Science about the benefits of studying a double degree.
Join us on Wednesday 10th April at 11am for the launch of Regine Siekmann’s brand Classic Inspirations. Free welcome drinks & canapes; lucky door prizes; free mini manicures & Emporium goody bags. Email Regine for more details: email@example.com
We hosted our first-ever themed dog birthday party last Saturday, for Charlotte’s poodle Pip. We have a dedicated area for children on the 4th floor, or you can book our courtyard or any indoor area for your next event.
Open to all members of the public: an evening of parenting workshops presented by Concordia, UNIS, St Paul American School & Hanoi International School. Registration opens at 6pm. Venue: The Eastern & Oriental Tea House & Coffee Parlour, 26 Quang An St, Tay Ho, Hanoi email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SESSION 1 (from 6:30 PM)
1) The power of play
2) Is your teen getting enough sleep?
3) Raising teenage boys with love
4) The connections between emotions & learning
SESSION 2 (from 7:30 PM)
5) What is a vision board & how to create one?
6) Self-regulation & parenting: Understanding the stages of your child’s self-regulation
7) How to help your child decide on the right career?
8) Behaviour management techniques
Internations members are invited to attend a private coffee tasting on Saturday 13th April from 7pm to 9pm. Free glass of champagne on entry plus 2 free glasses of wine or beer, and a delicious selection of hors d’oevres. Free gift bags for the first 20 members
Save the date! One of our first events will be held on 27th March from 10am to 12 noon, when we host the Asian Women & Friends’ Club Coffee O’Clock. Join us for a free coffee tasting and a delicious morning tea