Presented by Jennifer Quest-Stern
Adolescent students are in a constant process of cognitive and emotional development. The classroom experience is rich with emotional experiences that impact the development of emotional intelligence and emotional literacy. It is not reasonable to expect people to handle subjects that are personal and emotional purely in an “intellectual capacity.” Therefore, it is helpful to predict topics of study that are likely to have a strong emotional impact on students to help students interface with the content thoughtfully and handle emotional responses wisely.
Jennifer Quest-Stern is a licensed Mental Health Counselor with years of experience supporting child development in private practice and in educational settings.
This event is virtual