Becoming an Emotionally Intelligent Teacher
3 Interactive live webinars
October 5, 6, 8, 2021 (Tue, Wed, Fri)
Duration: 90 minutes per webinar
London 9.00 am | Dubai 12.00 pm
Singapore 4.00pm | Sydney 6.00 pm
USD 450 per participant
(this is a 'bring your friend' workshop meaning 2 participants can attend for the price of one)
Ochan Kusuma Powell
"Teachers who are emotionally intelligent themselves, who are able to self-monitor, self-manage, and self-modify their emotions are better able to support students in SEL.
Especially after a year of disruption and loss for so many, developing our own EQ will give us the what, why and how of emotional self-regulation."
Ochan Kusuma Powell is an international educator and consultant to schools around the world. She presents in the areas of coaching, special education, inclusion and collaboration.
She is a founding member of the Design Team for the Next Frontier Inclusion, a not-for-profit organization that supports international schools in becoming increasingly inclusive at a systems level.
Who Should Attend
Instructional Coaches, Teacher Leaders, Teachers
By the end of the workshop, participants will be equipped with knowledge & skills to answer the following:
What is emotional intelligence, and why is it important in the classroom?
What do students tell us are the attributes of teachers who are most likely to increase commitment to learning?
How do we listen so students will talk?
How might we deliberately build trusting and positive relationships for learning?
Research basis for emotions; theories of EQ; attributes of teachers who increase commitment to learning
What makes us tick? Developing self-awareness of our own EQ
Listening so children will talk - building trust and positive relationships for learning