UNESCO Free Webinar

UNESCO Free Webinar


Greetings from APCEIU!

We are pleased to invite you to the two interesting webinar series! This webinar is held in connection with the GCED online courses, and anyone who are interested in can freely join the webinar and have in-depth discussions with the facilitators.

Please check the detailed information of the two webinar series to be held in November!

1. Establish a Shared Understanding of Systemic Social Emotional Learning (SEL)
- Facilitator: Trish Shaffer
Please convert your time zone clicking this link! ( http://asq.kr/ZnTMNH )

Throughout this webinar series, Ms. Trish Shaffer, SEL consultant, will facilitate the three live sessions on SEL. In these sessions, participants will be able to engage in the guided information of SEL and its context with GCED. From this course, participants will be able to discuss and learn how SEL initiatives can be implemented in their local contexts, while communicating with the instructor.

[Pre-registration for the webinar!]
★ Those who pre-register for the webinar series will receive the zoom link to attend a day before each webinar.​
     You can find more information in the registration link below!

2. Igniting Student Voice in a Democratic Classroom
- Facilitator: Dylan Wray

Please convert your time zone clicking this link! (​ http://asq.kr/YFzEBBU )

Throughout this webinar series, Mr. Dylan Wray, executive director and co-founder of Shikaya, will facilitate the three live sessions on how to ignite student voice in a democratic classroom. In these sessions, participants will be able to explore how teachers can deliberately create learning environments and opportunities that encourage and support students to engage in democratic thinking and discussion.

[Pre-registration for the webinar!]
★ Those who pre-register for the webinar series will receive the zoom link to attend a day before each webinar.​
     You can find more information in the registration link below!


Looking forward to meeting you in the live sessions!
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