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Preventing and Managing Conflict in the Class

posted 10 Jul 2017, 17:32 by Mariel Amez   [ updated 24 Jul 2017, 14:55 by Asociación Profesores Inglés Rosario ]

 APRIR  takes pleasure in inviting you to the presentation: 

Preventing and Managing Conflict in the Class
 
by Patricia Zorio



Deadline to enrol: midnight July 27th




Research has proved that students´ potential for success and motivation to learn decrease unless the atmosphere in the class is friendly and relaxed. Therefore , it is our duty as teachers to acquire skills to become a teacher-coach in order to create a learning environment where core values such as appreciation, compassion, empathy, fairness and respect are promoted and  used  to perform positive action.

In this workshop, attendees will be interacting and experimenting with activities to prevent class conflict. Basic notions of Social and Emotional Learning  and Mindfulness will be provided so as to explain the rationale behind the activities. A variety of games and dramatic activities will be tried out and shared.


When?  Saturday 29th July - from 9.30 to 12 

Where?  Asociación Rosarina de Cultura Inglesa –Buenos Aires 1174 – Rosario

Enrol online and book your seat by paying in advance


APRIR members who have cancelled their 2017 dues: free of charge
 
Students: $100

Members of FAAPI affiliated TAs and other APRIR members: $100

Non-members: $150

Pay at APRIR's office or on site. 

After the Winter Break our office (Buenos Aires 1174) will be open on Wednesday 26th 3 to 5 pm  and Friday 28th 10 am to 11.45 am. 

Note: Vacancies are limited, so book your seat by paying in advance. 


 
APRIR  would like to thank ARCI for their support.






Patricia Zorio ´s biodata



Teacher of English since 1983, she started her career in Olavarría, Bs As, where she was head of Santo Tomás de Aquino Bilingual School. She came to Rosario in 1993, when she joined Asociación Rosarina de Cultura Inglesa , where she is still working as a teacher at different levels as well as coordinating the Drama Club. She has been Cambridge Speaking Examiner since 1996.

Due to her love of drama, she was Buenos Aires Players´rep from 2001 to 2013.Since 2003, she has been attending lectures, seminars and workshops in both English and Spanish so as to gain insight into Applied Drama as an educational resource.

In search for inspiration and tools to change educational paradigms, she became a certified Ontological Coach in 2013 and later specialized in Educational Coaching. In 2016 she got her degree as a Psychodramatist as well.

Currently, Patricia is attending a seminar on “Emociones y Salud. Una Mirada desde las Neurociencias” , at UNR . In addition, she has joined an annual postgraduate course on Psychodrama and the Arts.

She has been lecturing and coordinating seminars and workshops since 2001. In 2013 she founded Cre-Arte , a small enterprise through which  she provides coaching and pedagogical consultancy service to teachers, individuals and institutions.



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