Speaker: Elizabeth Scott

Past event

Tuesday 20 November 2012, 7.00-8.30pm (UK Time)

Fee: £39, €49, $59

Emotional Intelligence (EI) and Emotional Literacy (EL) have been identified, defined and explored over the last 10 years and has become increasingly important as a benchmark in a variety of settings, especially in schools. This is a workshop for teachers, psychologists, education professionals and anyone who is interested in learning about the applications of Emotional Literacy in the classroom and in educational settings in general. This online seminar will raise awareness and practical implications in the classroom with reference to different cultures and contexts. It will explore frameworks for EL, an overview of the research on EI and show how its principles can be used in schools and integrated into the education of children and adolescents.

About the Speaker

Elizabeth Scott has been in teaching for the last 40 years. She initially did her teacher’s training at Homerton College, Cambridge University. Elizabeth Scott has an extensive experience in education and special needs. She taught for almost 10 years as a primary teacher, before working for 30 years in secondary education. She specialised in students with special educational needs. Before retiring, she managed a specialist team who provided educational and behavioural support to schools in London (UK). She was also the Lead Coordinator for the Learning Mentoring programme for the Camden Education Authority. She has been key in integrating emotional literacy in London Schools. Since her retirement, Elizabeth Scott is an independent education consultant. She provides training and consultations on behavioural management, special education needs and emotional literacy at an international level.

Learning Objectives

  • To reach a common understanding of EL
  • To explore its implications in a variety of classroom contexts
  • To arrive at some agreed fundamentals for implementation

Learning Outcomes

  • Increased understanding of EL
  • Increased awareness of its fundamental role in all subjects in the classroom
  • An ongoing discussion regarding developing common and agreed themes for implementation.

 

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