Inclass Counselling workshop

Overview :

Research suggests that children are prone to experience emotional and behavioural problems and these create significant barriers to learning and social interaction. Since they spend countless hours at school, they tend to end up communicating a lot with the teachers and therefore, the teachers turn out to be valuable resources for the students in need of behavioral, emotional and academic intervention. Teachers equipped with effective counselling skills will not only be able to detect the cause of uncivil behaviours but will be aware of the ways to make the students express themselves and understand the reasons behind such behaviours. Join our Counselling Skills for Teachers Workshop to learn the fundamental techniques of counselling which a teacher can employ to provide extra support to the students especially after the pandemic with the children getting back to schools almost after 2 years


Topics to be covered :

Section A

Detecting Behavioral Problems of the Students

  • Pre-pandemic behavioural problems
  • Post-pandemic behavioural problems
  • Activity

Section B

Understanding the Factors behind Adverse Behavioural Problems of the Students

  • Physical factors
  • Emotional factors
  • Social factors
  • Pandemic related factors
  • Role Play

Section C

Primary Counselling Techniques by the Teachers

  • Counselling needs of students—general & post-pandemic
  • Primary techniques of counselling the students in the classroom/school
  • Role of the teachers in handling students after two years in physical classrooms
  • Case study

Summing Up

  • Question Session

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Trainer Profiles

Dr Mala Sengupta is the Founder and CEO of “ANUBHAV” Institution and recipient of International School Awards, 2018 for Best Teaching. She is also our Associate Director - Teaching and Development and has worked as a teacher and examiner for 25 years with a commitment to high quality teaching and pedagogical practices. Over the years, she has served as an English teacher (classes VII to XII) and eventually as the Head of the Department of English as well as the Controller of Examination with an ICSE/ISC school and as an examiner with several professional institutions like SUMMIT and PATHFINDER and Engineering College under WBUT. Dr Mala has also pursued International Graduate Diploma in Counselling Psychology Skills and is also proficient in designing curriculum, developing study material, students’ & teachers’ timetable, conducting exams, counselling students, parents & teachers, conducting workshops and training teachers.



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