Skip to 0 minutes and 6 seconds Are you a parent, teacher, social worker, or someone else who’s involved with adolescents? Do you want to help the adolescents you know stay emotionally well, achieve better grades, build better relationships with their peers, and be engaged at school? Research shows there’s a connection between the development of social and emotional skills and behaviours, and realising these positive outcomes. Hello, and welcome. I’m Donna Pendergast. And I’m Katherine Main from Griffith University. In this course, we’ll help you to better support adolescent learners to enhance their social and emotional wellbeing. It all starts with discovering more about adolescence and lifelong learning. We’ll investigate the stages of development in the different domains and explore the impact of neuroscience for learning in the 21st century.
Skip to 0 minutes and 54 seconds Griffith’s School of Education and Professional Studies is among the world’s leading education schools. Our expert staff, Donna and Katherine, are recognised as leading international middle years educators, who have published extensively in the areas of young adolescents and social and emotional learning. Join us as we explore how you can work with young adolescents to enhance their social and emotional wellbeing, and improve their outcomes for the future. Through small changes now, you can make a lasting impact on the lives of young adolescents in your community.