[WEBINAR] Supporting teachers' self-care and social and emotional learning in young children
Following the launch of the Asia-Pacific ECCE Teacher Training Handbook for Social and Emotional Learning (APETT SEL) as a side event to the World Conference on ECCE in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, this webinar will introduce key contents of the APETT SEL, and discuss main issues in relation to SEL in ECCE in the Asia-Pacific region. The focus of the webinar will be on the importance of teachers’ self-care and wellbeing, how to support teachers in building their own social and emotional competencies and how an aware, prepared, and empowered teacher can create opportunities for children to build SEL competencies.
The target audience of the webinar includes diverse stakeholders in ECCE:
- Officials from Ministries in charge of ECCE in Asia-Pacific region
- The pre-service and in-service early childhood educators and workforce
- State or private universities and teacher training institutes
- INGOs/NGOs for training their ECCE workforce
- Leaders from early childhood education agencies, including principals, teacher leaders, teacher association representatives
The objectives of this webinar are as follows:
- Raise awareness on the importance of SEL to a wide range of ECCE stakeholders;
- Discuss the importance of social-emotional learning for the teachers and children, especially in the context of COVID-19 recovery;
- Highlight the key role that teachers play in children’s SEL journey;
- Present the Asia-Pacific ECCE Teachers Training Handbook and Modules for Social and Emotional Learning, including its components, significance, target group and context of using the package; and
- Share countries experiences in promoting SEL and how the handbook and modules can be used in their country context
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Time: 10.00 Singapore / 03.00 Amsterdam (CET) / To convert to your local timezone, click here.