Mark Le Messurier, New Year 2019, educator workshop 6 of 12
'What's the Buzz?' - an immersion into the value of Social and Emotional Literacy (SEL) Why teach it, how, and what are the anticipated benefits? (all day or half a day)
Understanding and managing one's emotions, building empathy, establishing and maintaining positive relationships, and communicating effectively are at the heart of being human and getting the most from life. Committing to teach and actively coach SEL is an effective way to build a planned school culture.
'What's the Buzz? for PRIMARY Students' was first released in 2011. Then, in 2015, 'What's the Buzz? for EARLY LEARNERS came on stream. They are now used globally in 130 countries, in 100's of schools to engage and support 1000's of young people. We are currently re-writing 'What's the Buzz? for PRIMARY Students' and have just completed a new 'What's the Buzz with Teenagers?' And, Archie has grown up; he now features in all 3 programs!
Our intention was to create an inexpensive, flexible, engaging social and emotional literacy program, that was based on state-of-the-art research to boost the transference of skills. The rest is history. Most recently, 'What's the Buzz?' has undergone its own clinical trials with 2000 South Australian students to test its efficacy. The preliminary results are positively breathtaking.
Join me for an immersion into the value of Social and Emotional Literacy via a program that has now has a proven track record for young people, aged 4 to 15 years.
The session will provide participants with the opportunity to;
Educator workshops are intended for staff working in schools, for clinicians such as counsellors, psychologists, OT's, speech pathologists, social workers and youth workers working in private practice and for parents running home school. To arrange a workshop at a time that suits your staff, simply contact Mark:
Mark Le Messurier
Phone (08) 83320698,