How can Social and Emotional Learning add up and meaningfully contribute to a more authentic classroom? It has been proven that it offers great opportunities to help our students connect to their inner worlds, build a more positive and open approach to intercultural connections and even foster diversity appreciation. Real classroom examples, presented through a leadership approach, weaving practice and leadership for a more authentic,emotionally-intelligent vision of your Institution.
Monica Rodriguez Salvo is a “Profesora Nacional de Inglés” graduated from Instituto de Enseñanza Superior “Victoria Ocampo”, Concepción del Uruguay, Entre Rios. She is also Traductora Pública Nacional from Universidad del Museo Social Argentino, and holds a degree as “Licenciada en Dirección de Recursos Humanos”, Universidad de Belgrano. She is a Mindfulness practitioner for Education Level 2, graduated from University of California (UCLA). As teacher trainer, she has delivered professional development courses on various topics, and specialises in Social and Emotional Learning and Mindfulness for Education. She has presented extensively in Argentina, Uruguay, Chile and Germany. She has developed courses and materials for teacher training courses. Previously, she led the Regional Coordination of the Academic Consultancy Unit and Teacher Trainer department for Pearson Education Argentina, Peru, Uruguay, Chile and Ecuador. She was responsible for the project “Efficacy”, focused on Educational Research and Learning outcomes worldwide. She also authored the new section on Social and Emotional Learning for the 3rd edition of the book “What’s up”. Currently she runs her own Educational Institution: MAR Consultoria Educativa, and works as a freelance Speaker and Teacher Trainer.