1.Can socio-emotional competencies and diversity awareness be assessed? An overview of possibilities and challenges
Socio-emotional competencies and diversity awareness (SEDA competencies) are not as easily accessible to measurement as, for example, reading or math competencies. However, the importance of SEDA competencies and their promotion in schools is increasingly recognized. In order to promote these competencies effectively, instruments are needed to reliably and validly measure them. In the webinar, we presented different ways to do this and discussed the challenges associated with the different techniques.
2. Supporting the teacher well-being: Key for the prevention of teacher burnout and drop-out from the profession
Teacher well-being is the topic that is increasingly at the forefront of researchers', policy makers' and school leaders' attention is as well as its possible consequences, spanning from enlarged work engagement and teaching enthusiasm to stress, burnout and teacher attrition.
3. Child-Teacher Dialogue: A Participative Approach to Making Lessons More Inclusive
In the ‘Child-Teacher Dialogue: A Participative Approach to Making Lessons More Inclusive’ webinar we are dedicating our attention to a bit different approach to supporting teachers in responding to learners’ diversity in the classrooms and that is by implementing a collaborative action research model – Inclusive Inquiry.
4. Empowering Educators for Contemporary Challenges: Mastering Socio-Emotional Competencies and Diversity Awareness (SEDA)
Find out how can supporting development of teachers socio-emotional competencies, diversity awareness (SEDA competencies), and other essential skills and competencies HAND:ET program is based on, help them to address the complexity of everyday working life and enable them to deal flexibly with new challenges.