Emily Shaw, the Wellbeing and Education Consultant at Rose Park Psychology, offers The MindUP Curriculum for children/adolescents aged 11 to 15 years. The program is informed by research in cognitive neuroscience, mindfulness training, social and emotional learning, and positive psychology.
The MindUP Curriculum is suitable as an extension or enrichment program for children who are gifted and/or talented, and children who would like to develop their ability to live more mindfully.
This program is:
- Science centric and evidence based
- Grounded in neuroscience, positive psychology, mindful awareness, and social and emotional learning
- An immersive discovery experience along with daily practices
- Promoting of positive behaviour – improves learning and scholastic performance while increasing empathy, optimism, and compassion
- Brought to life by a teacher in the classroom.
Resources and Support:
All students will be given a USB that contains lesson overviews and support resources, such as links to help students practice the skills that they learn during sessions at home and in their everyday lives.
The MindUP Curriculum:
Ages: 11-15 Years
Day: Monday (after school) or Saturday – please note that the day/time is dependent on interest/availability
Time: 45 minutes (session time TBA – please note this is dependent on interest/availability)
School Terms: 1, 2, 3 & 4 (2018)
(Please register your interest with Rose Park Psychology Administration, and dates will be sent to you)
Group Size: 6-10 people
Number of sessions: 8
*Please note Emily is registered with the NDIS. We suggest you contact an NDIS representative to check if any of the course cost is covered.
You can download a PDF of this curriculum information here: The MindUP Curriculum 2018
About Emily Shaw:
Emily Shaw has over twelve years of teaching experience in a wide range of school settings from Morgan Primary School in the South Australian Riverland to St Andrew’s Catholic Primary School in London, United Kingdom. She has been a Years 3-5 Classroom Teacher at a variety of different schools around Adelaide: East Para Primary School (Para Hills), Pedare Christian College (Golden Grove), Seymour College (Glen Osmond) and St Andrew’s School (Walkerville). Emily was also the Middle Primary Coordinator and Teacher of Wellbeing at St Andrew’s School, Walkerville.
Emily has both a Bachelor and Master in Education, a Bachelor of Psychological Science, First Class Honours in Psychology, and a Graduate Diploma in Counselling. She plans to become a Clinical Psychologist in the future.
If you would like more information about The MindUP Curriculum, or to book in for this program, please feel free to contact us. We can be contacted via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or over the phone on (08) 8333 0940.