The Science of Stress and self-regulation Student path to resilience with the science of stress
What is stress? Why do we experience it? What can we do about it? How does the science of stress and self-regulation help teachers and learners become more resilient?
Almost everyone experiences stress symptoms, such as an increased heart rate, dry mouth, or sweating excessively. However, few of us relate these physiological signs to a complex system of bodily response to perceived threats, especially in an era where these threats are becoming increasingly complex and surreptitious. In this course you’ll navigate through some conceptual insights, digital material, and concrete common stress management techniques, as tools to increase students’ resilience to stress.
Aims & goals:
To provide conceptual knowledge about the science of stress in different formats
To create opportunities for the exploration and discussion about different resources on the science of stress and self-regulation
To provide tools for teachers to identify signs of stress and help students to manage them
To practice concrete strategies of stress management
To create awareness about the effects of stress
To promote the use of knowledge and strategies to manage stress
The survival system
Stress, moods, and performance
Lifestyles and stress
The course will be delivered through active and collaborative learning. Face-to-face training is combined with digital work and exploration of resources for a future sustainable use of the materials showcased during the training
Language: English Trainer: Isabel Gomes Duration: 5 days Investment: 500 euros Next edition: to be announced