Building Positive Learning Culture with PERMA Model

Date :

2016-02-25 (Thursday)

Time :

10:00 - 12:00

Venue :

Room 1014, 10/F., VTC Tower


2 hours

Medium of Instruction :


Category :

Generic Competencies - Staff Development

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Mode of Study :


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Online Recording :

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About the Event :

This workshop aims to introduce the concept of PERMA Model* and explore ideas of building positive classrooms. PERMA model was developed by Martin Seligman in 2002, which identifies five core elements* of psychological wellbeing and happiness. It can be applied to help teachers build a positive classroom and create activities to help students ‘learn better, feel better and do better'.

*PERMA Model: P – Positive Emotion, E – Engagement, R – Positive Relation, M – Meaning, A – Accomplishment

Facilitator(s) :

Kwok Kai Chun Remus(郭啟晉) (Reg. Social worker)

Mr Kwok is the Project Officer of Positive Education Training and Research Unit, Department of Applied Social Sciences of the City University of Hong Kong. He has been delivering Positive Education trainings and supports to non-governmental organizations and local schools since 2013. 

About the Positive Education Training and Research Unit of the City University of Hong Kong

The Department of Applied Social Sciences of the City University of Hong Kong – Positive Education Training and Research Unit pays great attention to research development. The unit aims to provide a mutual learning platform for people interested in Positive Psychology or Positive Education via online community, monthly gatherings and participation in positive education research and training projects, to share their knowledge and insights in positive education.

Intended Learning Outcomes :

On completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  •  familiarize with the key elements of the PERMA model 
  • identify ways to develop a positive learning culture 


Target Audience :

All VTC Staff

Enquiry :

 General Enquiry
Tel: 2919-1436