A Billion People Practicing Emotional Intelligence: The EQ Network VisionFounded in 1997, Six Seconds is the first and largest organization 100% dedicated to the development of emotional intelligence. We research and teach the skills of emotional intelligence to enable individuals, teams, organizations, families, schools and communities to flourish. Six Seconds provides certification courses to train coaches, educators, and leaders in the use of Six Seconds’ original, evidence-based tools. These include individual and organizational assessments, case studies, and publications. We have offices and representatives in over 25 countries.
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Moving towards a learner-centred approach in the bilingual primary classroom – WHAT I BROUGHT BACK FROM CHICHESTER1.1 Krashen: the affective language barrier on second language acquisition 1.2 What is a learner centred approach? 2.1 Building a good relationship with you students will positively impact their learning Activities: I´m lucky to have you because, All about me, Beach ball, True-false, Personal time.Developing as a CLIL practitionerWhen exploring career options with CELTA trainees here in India, I find that there’s understandably some apprehension in response to the question ‘what next?’ The range of options available is considerably more limited than other countries. It’s technically illegal to employ a teacher who doesn’t have a Bachelor of Education, which essentially locks trainees out of the formal K12 education sector. However with the rise of English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI) across South Asia and the exponential growth in private EMI schools who often have questionable standards, there’s immense untapped opportunity here for CLIL. Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) “is a dual focused educational approach in which an additional language is used for the learning and teaching of both content and language. For example, CLIL has involved Malaysian children learning maths and science in English.