*FREE to members

Explore ways to help secondary students develop their social-emotional life skills and boost their wellbeing through the library. 

Join us for this session with Jo Malone who has over two decades experience in teaching, e-learning and dialogic education. A social & emotional learning (SEL) and PSHE thought-leader, she has worked across many areas of education. 

Learning aims for this session are:  

Understanding the benefits of social emotional learning (SEL) and how it is linked to wellbeing. 

The role of the library in supporting students in developing social and emotional literacy.

Facilitating dialogue around understanding the self and others 

Jo will then facilitate a 15-minute demonstration on how Persona's free Life Skills e-platform can help students develop social, emotional and life skills followed by time for Q&A

*This session will be recorded and made available to all members here

Speaker Info

Speaker Name

Jo Malone

Speaker Details

She graduated in History at the University of London, before qualifying as a teacher with a PGCE from Durham University and going on to teach and train in secondary schools and local authorities.

At Persona Education, Jo leads our customer success activity, helping schools and colleges get started on their Persona e-learning journey, and providing continuing support.

With her long experience of working with students, teachers and e-learning, she is ideally placed to understand a school’s perspective, and advise on how and where our online personality insights platform will best fit and most benefit students’ life skills and wellbeing.