ACD Session No: 387 : Emotional Intelligence. Concluded on Saturday, January 28 2017

Teaching and learning are two sides of one process. However, learning is beneficial only when it is effective. Teachers put their heart and soul in the teaching/learning process but if learning is not effective then the whole exercise is futile. In order to make the learning process effective, it is important to understand students' emotions and feelings. The teacher should aim to empathize to be aware of their students' emotions and feelings, particularly about the process and environment of learning. A student's feelings and emotions are pivotal in determining whether the learning process is effective.

 

In this workshop we will:

  • Explore the importance of students' emotions and feelings in connection with the effectiveness of the teaching/ learning process.
  • Focus on empathy on part of the teacher and how crucial it is.
  • Examine the ways as to  how teachers can empathise with their students in order to make learning as fruitful as possible.
  • Share practical examples and techniques to attain empathy.
  • Look into how students may be trained to develop empathy to make the learning process more enriching.

 

Venue                                                                                                                                 Date & Time

SPELT House:  101 First Floor Plot No. C-28 Khe-Ittehad,                                January 28, 2017

Lane 12 Phase II Ext. D.H.A, Karachi                                                                     3:00 to 5:00pm

                                                                                                         

Facilitators

Farooq Parekh has extensive experience of teaching spread over two decades. His teaching and training experience extends to a wide variety of streams and audiences that include teaching the English language at tertiary level, O/A level English at schools, and corporate English at national and multinational organizations. For over a decade now, he has been engaged in teaching A' level Sociology and Psychology at prestigious schools and colleges. His qualifications include degrees in Sociology and History from University of Karachi, and University of Amsterdam in Netherlands. At present, he is pursuing his master's in English Literature, as well as certification in Psychotherapy from CPCAB, UK.

Date and Time

Saturday, January 28 2017