The Art of Listening
This one-time class will give students an opportunity to practice their listening skills through fun and engaging activities.
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Through fun instruction and active questioning, students will engage in the session through the use of games, discussions, and the story Anika, Are You Listening, written by me, to learn about listening skills. At the beginning of the lesson, learners' listening skills will be tested through a fun sound game. Then, we will search for clues in photos that show us what it looks like when someone is using their whole body to listen. Together, we will listen to a story about a child that...
I am a seasoned Child and Youth Worker with 16 years of experience. I work with children and youth aged 4-18 who are experiencing difficulties in their lives, whether it be academically, behaviorally, or socially in school, with peers or with their family. Some of the children I work with have learning disabilities such as ADHD, mental health disorders such as Oppositional Defiant Disorder and developmental disorders such as Autism. I have the privilege of travelling to various schools and homes to support the most vulnerable students working full time within school settings and part-time in group homes and private home settings. I guide children and youth in discovering their best selves. I establish and maintain relationships with children and youth and teach them social and life skills such as getting along with others, controlling their emotions, resolving conflicts, managing their time effectively, effective communication and maintaining healthy relationships. I teach them how to effectively advocate for themselves and use learned skills throughout their lived adversities. I design, implement and evaluate the effectiveness of programming for girls and boys’ small groups, small and large group workshops, classroom lessons, and one on one sessions. I do this through active listening, empathy, and compassion using literature, role play, modelling, art and inquiry-based and experiential learning.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Meghan Grant, B.A., B.Ed.
Helping your child learn about themselves and navigate the world around them.
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
3 total reviews
5 completed classes
Hi! My name is Meghan. I am passionate about guiding children and youth in discovering their best selves while supporting them in developing the skills needed to build positive relationships. I am a seasoned Child and Youth Worker with 16...