Adolescence is the developmental stage of identity – Who am I and where do I fit in the world. In this 90-minute workshop participants will learn through experience the various tools and practical coping strategies their students need in order to thrive emotionally, socially and mentally.
Participants will be guided through ‘The Key, A Social Emotional Toolkit for Teens’– a guidebook incorporating (re)definitions and explanations, writing therapy, discussions, activities and videos. A minimum of two chosen topics will be workshopped and through being the student, participants will experience the class setting whilst learning how to teach the tools and coping strategies. They will realise how easily taught this can be and how to help create strength and resilience in their students in real life circumstances.
Participants will learn how they can integrate topics separately into their class on a needs basis as well as how to teach the course in its entirety. They will learn from this strengths-based approach how to maximise building opportunities for their students to understand, digest, breakdown and put into perspective seemingly tricky topics under emotional and mental health, including practical strategies for problem-solving and finding solutions to stressful situations. Participants will leave with a good overview of the contents of ‘The Key,’ how to break them down and teach practical social emotional learning to their own students with confidence.
Nov 17th @ 8.50am – 10.20
For more info head to PHASE Asia Pacific website.