Certificate of Achievement

Mary Templeman Hogg - O'Rourke

has completed the following course:

Supporting Adolescent Learners: Social and Emotional Wellbeing

Griffith University

This online course explored the skills needed to help adolescent learners develop the skills and mindsets that allow them to thrive. The course covered topics including understanding adolescents in the context of life-long learning and the domains of social, emotional, intellectual, and physical development; the applications of neuroscience in education; and strategies to optimise adolescent social and emotional wellbeing.

2 weeks, 3 hours per week

Educators

Donna Pendergast

Head and Dean, School of Education and Professional Studies

Griffith University

Katherine Main

Senior Lecturer, School of Education and Professional Studies

Griffith University

Transcript

Learning outcomes

  • Investigate lifelong learning as a context for young adolescent learners
  • Explain the social, emotional, intellectual, and physical development of young adolescents
  • Explore applications of neuroscience with a particular focus on social and emotional impacts for cognitive engagement
  • Evaluate strategies to optimise adolescent social and emotional wellbeing

Syllabus

  • Lifelong learning as a context for understanding young adolescents with an imperative for developing a new learning mindset for 21st century learners
  • Developing an understanding of Young Adolescent learners through the domains of social, emotional, intellectual, and physical development
  • A focus on the second sensitive period of brain development and the impact of neuroscience for learning, with a particular focus on social and emotional implications and cognitive engagement
  • Developing capabilities to enhance social and emotional wellbeing, highlighting elements such as empathy, resilience and self regulation

Issued on 17th January 2022

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Free online course:

Supporting Adolescent Learners: Social and Emotional Wellbeing

Griffith University