Gearing Up For Change: Emotional and Social Development at the Core of Developing Individuals
Mónica Rodriguez Salvo
Helping students - and teachers- develop social-emotional skills goes a long way toward ensuring they'll be on the path to success in college, career, and life. Practising self-management in discussions with peers, making positive decisions, managing emotions when disappointments happen, building healthy relationships, and persisting in the face of setbacks—are all necessary life skills. They also contribute to academic success. The short- and long-term benefits of nurturing SEL have been well-documented. The future of skills is embedded within the development of these skills, so join us in this hands-on webinar to tackle the basic concepts of social and emotional learning (SEL) and get bright new ideas for immediate implementation in your classroom.
Monica is a graduate teacher and sworn public translator and holds a post-graduate degree in Human Resources. She is a certified Neurolanguage Coach accredited by the ICF (International Coaching Federation) and is a Mindfulness practitioner graduated from University of California (UCLA). She also holds a diploma in Social and Emotional Learning from San Diego University. As a teacher trainer, she has delivered professional development courses on various topics. She specializes in Social and Emotional Learning and Mindfulness for Education. She currently runs her own Educational Institution, InspirED Consultora Educativa. She has presented extensively in Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Colombia, UK, Peru, Germany and France"