GINTL India & NCI Winter School 2022: Strengthening children’s and teachers’ social and emotional skills

TypeOpen for all

When

WhereOnline

TopicsIndo-Finnish Collaboration

GINTL India & Nordic Centre in India organise a week long (2 hours a day) Winter School on 28 November - 2 December that provides insights on children's and teachers' social and emotional skills. During the week Finnish and Indian experts share about their research and experiences to Finnish and Indian upcoming teachers and in-service teachers. Winter school is open for all master's level students, degree and non-degree, who are interested in social and emotional skills in the educational context. Winter school is organised completely online and participants can choose to join the programme each day or pick the most interesting sessions. 

28 November – 2 December, 2022

14:00-16:00 Finnish time (EET) | 17:30-19:30 Indian time (IST)

Registration

Participants based in India, Register by 25 November here.  

Participants based in Finland and other countries, Register by 25 November here.

Participation

Participants can receive a certificate for participation (Indian and non-JYU participants) or 1 ECTS (JYU participants) by participating in all the sessions and returning a learning diary by 23 December, 2022. If you don’t need study credits or certificate for participation, you can just participate the programme without any extra work.

If you are not able to attend each session, you can also watch the recordings afterwards until the end of year 2022. Link to recordings will be shared with the registered participants.  

JYU, EDUPSY participants

As a JYU, EDUPSY student you can get study credits (1 ECTS) by participating in all the sessions and returning a learning diary. This study credit will go under elective studies.

Non-JYU participants

Non-JYU participants or students outside of Finland can receive a certificate for participation by participating in all the sessions and returning a learning diary.

Programme

Monday, 28 November
Social & emotional learning in higher education

Tuesday, 29 November
Teachers as a source of support for children’s social & emotional skill development in educational settings

Wednesday, 30 November
Children’s social & emotional development

Thursday, 1 December
Bullying prevention & peer relations at schools

Friday, 2 December
Panel discussion: Strengthening children’s and teachers’ social and emotional skills

Learning diary

Learning diary is a coherent text of roughly five (A4) pages of text. Detailed instructions for writing a learning diary are available here.

Inquiries

Kindly email us at gintlindia[at]jyu.fi.

Members of our network

We are a network of dedicated scholars and practitioners, who work jointly with our partners to co-create research-based solutions for local needs.

Together, we can spark cycles of learning for better education. 

Project coordinators

GINTL Finnish higher education institutions