Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) in the Secondary Classroom
Would you like to be able to help your teenage students build up their confidence and self-esteem, manage their levels of stress and anxiety better, become more resilient and open-minded, communicate and collaborate more effectively, empathise more, and listen more closely to one another? In this session, Dave Spencer examines different ways to start developing all of these skills by paying attention to Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) in the English classroom. The session includes example activities from the new Macmillan course for Secondary students, ‘Gateway to the World’.
Gateway to the World
Gateway to the World combines brand new content and digital tools with a methodology trusted by thousands of teachers around the world. Author Dave Spencer, a practising teacher of English, uses his first hand classroom experience to create a course guaranteed to resonate with teenagers and equip them with language and skills they need for life.