Beyond Intelligence works well for different kinds of book clubs and discussion groups. For example, Oscar Peterson Public School in Mississauga is running a series of lunchtime meetings around the book. Toby Molouba, who coordinates this group of teachers, tells us their meetings are generating enthusiasm and stimulating lots of discussion in the community. You’ll see below an adapted version of their schedule of meetings.
We are happy to help you create a plan for your own group, whether you have more or fewer meetings, or different interests. You can invite us to attend one of your sessions—if at all possible, one of us will try to be there!
Beyond Intelligence also makes a great gift for the parents on your list. If you act quickly (December 8), you’ll be able to catch the flash half-price sale at House of Anansi: http://houseofanansi.com/
Topics for Book Clubs and Discussion Groups
|Day 1||Growth Mindset vs. Fixed Mindset||
|Day 2||Strengthening the Home/School Relationship||
|Day 3||Understanding and Encouraging Creativity||
|Day 4||Pushing Back for Balance||
|Day 5||Helping Kids Thrive||