Chinese Parents Leading the Way
By Dr. Elisabeth Montgomery, Dr. Claire Ouyang, and Dr. Candy Ho
Recorded on October 15. 2020
Join us for an interactive webinar hosted by members of the South China Country region of APCDA. Dr. Elisabeth Montgomery, APCDA South China Regional Director, will show specific program outcomes after six years of the Shenzhen Nanshan District Education Bureau career development programs. She will highlight the Chinese education bureau’s first Job Shadow program in 2020 and practice some of the system dynamics techniques to lead parents into the service of strong job readiness support within the schools. Dr. Claire Ouyang will then guide us to look deeply at the Chinese students' career mindset in Macau SAR, putting forth the theory of career acquiescence to family and local influences. Dr. Candy Ho summarizes the webinar with college graduate influencers and the changes in influencers along the path of lifelong career opportunities.
Cost: Free to Members, Non-members: High-income country professional $10, Student $5; Not high-income professional $5, Student $2.50
Elisabeth P. Montgomery, Ph.D., Senior Advisor on Internationalization-Nanshan District Education Bureau International Affairs; Foreign Vice-Principal South China University of Science & Technology Experimental Schools; Nanshan District Inspector, Foreign Representative-Nanshan People ’s Political Consultative Conference; Foreign Expert Trainer-Nanshan Famous Teachers Research Program; Nanshan EdTech Advisor; District Representative-United Nations Sustainable Development Goals; Nanshan District Career Planning Education & Guidance Grades K-12; Pioneer Leadership Developer for Great Books/Shared Inquiry China; Founder - Nanshan District Dragon & Eagle Dialogues Annual Event K-12; Founder/Headmaster-Shenzhen Yucai Education Group International Department
Dr. Claire Ouyang, Ph.D., APCDA Macao Representative, is the founder of the Macao Career Development Association. She received her PhD in counseling psychology at the University of Macao. As a private practitioner, she currently provides career guidance and counseling, teaches at the City University of Macau, and conducts academic research.
Dr. Candy Ho, Ed.D., Assistant Professor, Integrative Career and Capstone Learning in the University of the Fraser Valley in British Columbia, Canada, has worked extensively in university student affairs. Her collective professional experiences to date have culminated in her EdD (SFU) dissertation investigating the conceptions of post-secondary career influencers in student career success, and she readily shares her expertise locally, nationally, and globally. Dr. Ho also serves as Vice Chair of CERIC, a Canadian charitable organization that advances education and research in career counselling and career development, in order to increase the economic and social well-being of Canadians.