How to use a simple design process to co-create solutions that support the social, emotional growth of learners in a distance environment.
With the ongoing uncertainty and emergent complexity of covid-era education, and continuing social and emotional effects of 2020 events, safeguarding teacher and student well-being has never been more important. This extended workshop will take participants through a powerful, 5-step design process to help address the social, emotional needs of their own distance learners. Using a real school case study, participants, with the support of expert facilitators will work in small teams to use the design thinking process to generate creative solutions. They will walk away with new processes, tools, templates and strategies to support their own SEL learners.
The extended workshop will include 4 synchronous sessions for participants to share, connect and co-create solutions for SEL learning, with asynchronous learning between sessions to apply immediately in their school setting.
Be able to understand and use a simple design process for co-creation
Be able to better address social, emotional needs in a distance/ hybrid/modified physical learning environment
Learn approaches to safeguard student well being
Feel the power of co-creation to generate ideas and approaches towards addressing problems
Learn how to include multiple stakeholders in design process
Benefits of Attending:
Receive certificate of attendance with 15 PD hours
Rich toolkit of resources to implement SEL programs in own school.
Develop a co-creative network of like minded educators for continual support
New design process that can be used for the creation of new programs
16 January (Saturday)
20 January (Wednesday)
27 January (Wednesday)
3 February (Wednesday)
16:30PM – 18:30PM HKT
Regular:$350 for individuals | $1000 for a group of four