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Tuesday, November 17 • 17:30 - 19:00
Think Equal: A presentation of the programme and its tangible toolbox

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The Think Equal workshop will present the Think Equal social and emotional learning (SEL) programme in a straightforward and concrete manner. Because participants will have learned about the conception of Think Equal in the Keynote, the Workshop serves to explore the programme in more depth and detail, so that any interested educator has the opportunity to learn more.

Beginning with the 25 SEL competencies the Think Equal programme covers (including, but not limited to, empathy; gender equality; emotional literacy; environmentalism; celebration of diversity; critical thinking; peaceful conflict-resolution), the workshop will then move into the tangible materials upon which the programme is built, including the SEL based children's books, the step-by-step lesson plans and the printed resources that accompany the activities.

Led by a PowerPoint Presentation, the workshop will include various opportunities to engage participants through virtually-based activities, as well as group discussions via the Zoom chat option, and/or spoken dialogue. There will also be a selection of powerful videos to be explored, which shed light on how the programme was cultivated and the impact it has had on students and teachers who have implemented across the globe. Contact information on how to become more involved will also be presented at the closing of the Workshop.

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Leslee Udwin

Founder of THINK EQUAL, Think Equal
Leslee Udwin founded Think Equal in 2016 with the mission to affect a system change in education, by bringing the missing subject of social and emotional learning to the core centre of early years education. Think Equal is now impacting 77,000 children in 14 countries in 6 continents... Read More →

Tuesday November 17, 2020 17:30 - 19:00 CET