Well-being: Today, Tomorrow and Into the Future
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Mona Seervai
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About the Talk 

In this webinar, Mona Seervai deep dives into the role of the leader, teacher and student, in creating and sustaining well-being practices for a school community. Come away with a sound understanding of the skills and competencies required to implement social and emotional learning (SEL) in your classrooms. Explore a framework to make SEL happen in your schools for both staff and students. Mona also shares a range of curricula that foster SEL which you don’t want to miss! 

Key Objectives and Takeaways 

  • Understand the role of the leader, teacher and student, in creating and sustaining well-being practices for a school community
  • Examine the vision and mission of the IB and the Institution through the lens of well-being
  • Identify the skills and competencies required for social and emotional learning (SEL)
  • Discuss processes and frameworks to systematically implement SEL, across the school and for all stakeholders
  • Explore next steps for adult and student well-being
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Mona Seervai
Head of School, Mount Litera International School

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Mona Seervai
Mona Seervai's 26 year career spans private, trust-owned, parent association, government and corporate schools. Having worked in diverse environments, she believes in integrating well-being into the DNA of a school. She served on the Regional Council of the Asia Pacific, and is on the academic advisory board of 321 foundation. Currently, she is the Head of an IB continuum school, an IB workshop leader, consultant, school visit team leader and reader and certified Lynn Erickson concept-based trainer. She also teaches TOK and Chemistry to high school students. As a workshop leader, she specialises in workshops on Concept-based instruction, Leadership, Theory of Knowledge and Social and Emotional Learning. She is part of a group of educators involved with Social Emotional and Ethical Learning, under the auspices of Emory University and is presently implementing the curriculum in her school with adults and students.
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Well-being: Today, Tomorrow and Into the Future
In this webinar, Mona Seervai deep dives into the role of the leader, teacher and student, in creating and sustaining well-being practices for a school community. Come away with a sound understanding of the skills and competencies required to implement social and emotional learning (SEL) in your classrooms. Explore a framework to make SEL happen in your schools for both staff and students. Mona also shares a range of curricula that foster SEL which you don’t want to miss!