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WEDNESDAY | JULY, 1 Pre-Conference Workshops Checking-in

9h00

Nurturing Teacher Mindfulness to Create a Caring Classroom Christa Turksma Care 4 Teachers, LLC.

PBS: creating a positive, safe and predictable school environment for all students Reinder Blok & Margreet van Oudheusden, Windesheim University of Applied Sciences

Positive Youth Development in the context of the global recession Social Adventure Team, University of Lisbon

Stop, Listen, Think and Feel PAIDEIA, Polytechnic Institute of Bragança

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10h30-12h30

Free period

12h30-13h30

13h30-15h30

15h30-16h00 16h00- 16h30 16h30-17h30

18h00- 19h30

An Introduction to Implementing The PATHS® Curriculum Mark T. Greenberg, Penn State University, Dorothy Morelli, PATHS Education Worldwide, & Mairead Ewart, Barnardos

How to increase social emotional competence in school and institutions? An adapted version of Aggression Replacement Training Knut Gundersen, Diakonhjemmet University College

Head and Heart: Using critical enquiry to promote Social and Emotional Learning Shirley Egley, University of South Wales

Relaxation for children Rui Martins & Janete Maximiano, Universidade de Lisboa

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Break Checking-in Opening Ceremony Keynote Session: Margarida Gaspar de Matos, Universidade de Lisboa Positive Youth Development through Youth Participation Reception at Lisbon Museum Palácio Pimenta

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THURSDAY | JULY, 2 Checking-in

9h00

9h30-10h30

Keynote session: Michael Ungar, Dalhousie University Diagnosing - Resilience Across Cultures and Contexts: Seeing The Positive in Young People Even When There are Serious Problems Coffee Break

10h30 – 11h00

Parallel session: Talking about Social and Emotional Literacy and Culture

Parallel session: Programme Evaluation

European Integrative Culture: game-based educational program" Radostina Netsova

Promoting healthy lifestyle through social and emotional skills: a pilot study in the Spanish context Elena Bermejo, Olga López-Dicastillo & Agurtzane Mujika

Curiouser and Curiouser: The Influence of Cultural Curiosity on Cross-Cultural Competence Natalie S. Mikhaylov 11h00-12h15

A Critical Analysis of Emotional Literacy – a matrix for developing positive futures Michelle Nemec

Implementing Creativity, Action, Service (CAS) in International Baccalaureate schools: Key findings from a qualitative study in Turkey Robin Ann Martin, Manolya Tanyu, & Stirling Perry Resilience and psychomotricity in children from disadvantaged background Ana Fonseca, & Joana Anacleto

Symposium 1: Emotional Capital, Emotional Competencies, Emotional Intelligence Emotional capital, emotional competences, emotional intelligence… A Cross Multi-Cultural Perspectives: A Theoretical, Methodological and Practical Perspectives of Social and Emotional Learning and its Impacts Benedicte Gendron

Workshop

Symposium 2: PATHS

Cultural adaptation of preschool PATHS curriculum for Pakistani children Ayesha Inam, Pervaiz N. Tariq, & Sahira Zaman

Developing social and emotional learning through the Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies (PATHS) curriculum in England: implementation factors and differential gains Craig Joyce, Emma Stephens, & Kirsty Pert

Emotional Capital, Positive Psychology, Mindfull Teaching and Health Issues: Which Links on Education Performance? Benedicte Gendron

The influence of teacher characteristics on implementation variability in a universal social and emotional learning programme Craig Joyce

Emotional Capital and Emotional competencies, factors of sustainability in the personnel of a school serving students with Autism: ‘’A Better Chance School’’ Edith Molinier

Universal delivery, differential gains? Using social-emotional learning to promote resilience among children atrisk of developing inattention/hyperactivity and conduct problems Emma Stephens

Emotional competences and educational practices and teaching style Carmen Rusu

Chair: Erica Joslyn Room 1

Chair: Paul Downes Room 3

Chair: Benedicte Gendron Room 4

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Enhancing resilience among disadvantaged children through universal social and emotional learning Kirsty Pert

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Chair: Craig Joyce Room 6

THURSDAY | JULY, 2 Lunch

12h15-13h45

Parallel session: SEL and Well-being

Parallel session: Developing Competencies

Parallel session: Exploring Competencies

Parallel session: Programme Evaluation

Symposium 3: European Assessment Protocol for Children’s SEL skills (EAP-SEL)

Relaxation: a therapeutic approach for Anxiety Disorder in children – a case study Anabela Santos & Rui Martins

Emotional expressiveness in maltreated and nonmaltreated children’s narratives Mariana Sousa & Orlanda Cruz

A longitudinal study of the relationships between emotional intelligence and depressive symptoms in a sample of Andalusian adolescents Diego Gomez Baya, Ramon Mendoza Berjano, & Susana Paino Quesada

A Randomized Controlled Trial of Student Success Skills: An Innovative Social-Emotional Curriculum to Improve Students’ Academic Achievement Greg Brigman & Karen Harrington

Education for well-being - exploring a novel non-academic curriculum for young people in rural communities in Zimbabwe, Tanzania e Ghana Jim Playfoot & Ross Hall

Primary and secondary prevention effects of the PATHS curriculum: findings from a cluster randomised trial in Manchester, England Neil Humphrey, Alexandra Barlow, Ann Lendrum, & Michael Wigelsworth

European Assessment Protocol for Children’s SEL skills (EAP-SEL) Annalisa Morganti, Josipa Basic, Lucio Cottini, Birgitta Kimber, Darja Zorc Marver, Miranda Novak, Stefano Pascoleeti, Janja Setor, & Lorenza Rusconi-Kiburz

Relaxing is learning about myself: different relaxation experiences for children in early childhood education 13h45-15h00 and emotional well-being Maria P.Figueiredo, Tânia Araújo, & Helena Marques

Person-based social problem-solving among 10-, 14- and 16-year-olds László Kasik & Anikó Zsolnai The importance of motivational factors connected to SEL-programs Knut K. Gundersen

“We’d like to take care of our emotional health but we don’t know what it is…” The place of emotional health literacy in the learning and lives of young people – a sample study of UK sixth formers Wendy Turner

Developing Social and Emotional Learning through Creativity and the Arts: the results of research and implementation by the Botin Foundation Christopher Clouder

Chair: Kathryn Evans Room 1

Chair: Paula Lebre Room 3

Chair: Alexandra Marques Pinto Room 4

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Combining a SEL program with a Social Adjustment program in Middle School Transition: Results of seven years of intervention Vítor Coelho, Vanda Sousa, Patrícia Brás, & Marta Marchante

Chair: Lucia Canha Room 5

Chair: Annalisa Morganti Room 6

THURSDAY | JULY, 2 Coffee Break Poster Session 1 RESILIENCE IN CHILDHOOD – CREATIVE WAYS TO DEVELOP RESILIENCE Alexandra Alves, Bárbara Paiva, Joana Marreiros, Nuno Trindade, Rita Branco, & Sofia Reis SELF-ESTEEM AND PERSONALITY TRAITS AS PREDICTORS FOR RESILIENCE IN CHILDREN – EDUCATIONAL PERSPECTIVE Aurora Adina Colomeischi ONE CITY WITH AND FOR YOUTH Division of Cohesion and Youth, The Social Rights Department of the Lisbon City Council, Portugal DANÇA E GIRA- COMMUNITY PROGRAM FOR INCLUSION TROUGH DANCE Emilia Prudêncio, Nuno Trindade, Paula Lebre, Alice de Sousa, & Ana Rodrigues ENDLESS – HOLOCAUST, DANCE, INCLUSION AND AWARENESS Henrique Amoedo, Elisabete Monteiro, & Paula Lebre 15h00 – 15h30

A SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING OF THE RESILIENCE OF YOUNG PEOPLE LIVING IN POVERTY: AN IRISH PERSPECTIVE Louise Yorke, & Lorraine Swords THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMPATHY AND THE PERCEPTION OF PARENTAL EDUCATIONAL STYLES IN ADOLESCENCE DEPENDING ON WHETHER OR NOT SIBLINGS EXIST Luiza Nobre-Lima, Renata Cunha, & Susana Anastácio A RESILIENCE CURRICULUM FOR EARLY YEARS AND ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS IN EUROPE Carmel Cefai, Renata Miljević-Riđički , Dejana Bouillet, Tea Pavin Ivanec, Mirjana Milanović, Anastasios Matsopoulos, Mariza Gavogiannaki, Maria Assunta Zanetti, Valeria Cavioni, Paul Bartolo, Katya Galea, Celeste Simões, Paula Lebre, Anabela Santos, Birgitta Kimber, & Charli Eriksson. THE LANGUAGE OF NATURE AS A TOOL TO PROMOTE SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LEARNING A PILOT INITIATIVE IN BRAZIL Rosana Souto EMBALAIÊ -DANCE FOR CHILD DEVELOPMENT Tatiana Perrone Dolores THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF RESILIENCE: PERCEPTIONS OF TEENAGERS AND YOUNG ADULTS Tatiana Santos, Ana Raquel Gil, Daniela Pereira, Lara Neves, Linda Teixeira, & Sara Mota

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THURSDAY | JULY, 2 Parallel session: Measuring Social and Emotional Competencies

Symposium 4: SEL since Early Years

Parallel session: Teachers and SEL

Parallel session: Exploring the Concepts

Parallel session: Programme Evaluation

Helping Young People to Help Themselves: Using the ‘BIOECOGRAM’ to Help Young People Take Control of Their Emotions and Perceptions Rashmin Tamhne & Paul Cooper

The importance of Self - Efficacy situations for developing socialemotional skills in early childhood Renate Zimmer

How do teachers benefit from the Lions Quest programme? A mixedmethod comparable research project Markus Talvio, Minna Berg, & Kirsti Lonka

From Individual Resilience to Inclusive Systems: A CrossCultural, Spatial-Phenomenological Dimension to Agency in Developmental Psychology Paul Downes

Quality matters: implementation variability moderates student outcomes in the Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies (PATHS) curriculum Neil Humphrey, Ann Lendrum, Alexandra Barlow, & Michael Wigelsworth

Development and Factor Analysis of the Protective Factors Index: An Efficient Method for Collecting Data on Students’ Socio-Emotional Abilities 15h30 – 16h45 Karen Harrington, Sara Whitcomb, Jihee Lee, Gwen Bass, Catherine Griffith, & John Carey Validation of Questionnaire “ CDC Body, Dance and Community” for teenagers 12-18 Valéria de Assumpção, Ana Macara, Carlos Aberto Serrão dos Santos Januário, & Fatima Wachowicz

Chair: Joan M. Batista-Foguet Room 1 17h00-17h30 17h30-18h00 17h00 – 19h00

The movement orientated training concept for SEC - results of a qualitative evaluation Nadine Madeira Firmino & Sophie Reppenhorst

Developing Emotional Intelligence Competencies in Teachers: impacts and elements Niva Dolev

How does equine assisted learning (EAL) facilitates resilience and emotional learning? Alexandra dos Santos L. Santana

The teachers’ emotions as a springboard for a new scholastic inclusion Sofia Dal Zovo & Luigina Mortari

Chair: Renate Zimmer Room 3

Chair: Augusta Branco Room 4

Are Hope and General Self-Efficacy the same construct? Chester Chun Seng Kam, & Mingming Zhou Arête and emotional intelligence Elsa Margarida Rodrigues & Eduardo J. R. Santos

Chair: Celeste Simões Room 5

Board of ENSEC Chairs Meeting Board of ENSEC Chairs with Country Coordinators Lisbon Walking Tour in City Centre

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A cost-benefit analysis of a Swedish SEL program – do we benefit? Alli Klapp A comparison of the effectiveness of two SEL program formats upon low middle school students Vítor Coelho, Vanda Sousa, Patrícia Brás, & Marta Marchante

Chair: Charli Eriksson Room 6

FRIDAY | JULY, 3 Checking-in

9h00

9h30-10h30

Keynote session: Sir Michael Rutter, Developmental Psychiatry Research Centre, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London. Adoption after early institutional rearing: Findings from three countries compared re risk and resilience Coffee Break

10h30 – 11h00

Parallel session: Exploring Resilience

Parallel session: Gender and SEL

Parallel session: Inclusion and Culture

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Parallel session: Teachers and SEL

Educational resilience as ‘habitus’: a Bourdieuian perspective Erica Joslyn

Emotional basis of gender differences in self-esteem in a sample of adolescents from Andalusia (Spain) Diego Gomez Baya, Ramon Mendoza Berjano, & Susana Paino Quesada

‘Pull-out’ – it’s the way the system works, it's a tradition, a culture: The Social and Emotional Impact of How Inclusion gets ‘done to’ our Children Margaret Egan, & Paul F. Conway

Teacher resilience in three European countries: Germany, Malta and Portugal Francisco Peixoto, José Castro Silva, Marold Wosnitza, & Carmel Cefai

On the Importance of a One-Year NGO Mentoring Program in Strengthening Resilience and Promoting Mental Health among Young Females Charli Eriksson, Madelene Larsson, Therese Skoog & Camilla Pettersson

The Inclusion of pupils described as having Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties: a CrossNational Study Kathryn Evans

The Aboriginal Girls Circle: A framework for social and emotional learning, connectedness and pro-social behaviour Sue Roffey

Exploring the Use of Photovoice for Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) with Female Muslim Social Work Students Nicole F. Bromfield & Moshouls CapousDesyllas

Special knowledge in mainstream school Ida Skytte Jakobsen & Ulla Viskum

Chair: Carmen Husser Room 3

Chair: Tania Gaspar Room 4

Looking at resilience through cross-cultural lenses Angela Ebert 11h00-12h15

Facing and overcoming the adversity: How cumulative risk impacts on different outcomes and which assets can moderate it Celeste Simões, Margarida Gaspar de Matos, Paula Lebre & Equipa do Projeto Aventura Social

Chair: Neil Humphrey Room 1

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Evaluation of a short social-emotional intervention trial in pre-service teacher training Reizo Koizumi, Yohei Yamada, & Katsuya Takamatsu Teacher Change and Development during Training for a SEL Program in Sweden Therése Skoog & Birgitta Kimber

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Chair: Therése Skoog Room 6

FRIDAY | JULY, 3 Lunch

12h15-13h45

Parallel session: Resilience and Disability

Parallel session: Resilience

Direct and indirect pathways to QOL in the transition to adulthood in youth and young adults with disabilities Lúcia Canha & Celeste Simões

Exploring Children’s Narratives of Resilience in Taiwanese Preschools Kuan-Ling Lin

Teens with disabilities: the relationship between the inclusion of actions and resilience processes 13h45-15h00 Thaís Watakabe & Isaias Batista de Oliveira Júnior

Predicting life satisfaction in youth: the role of individual and social health assets Luis Calmeiro, Inês Camacho, & Margarida Gaspar de Matos

Social Interaction amongst Learning Disabled Students in a School in Arab Society Ruba daas Othman

A contribution to Measuring Resilience Worldwide: The Portuguese Version of the Child and Youth Resilience Measure (CYRM-28) Luiza Nobre-Lima, Liliana Ferreira, & Lisete Mónico

Chair: Anastassios Matsopoulos Room 1

Chair: Paul Cooper Room 3

Parallel session: Programme Evaluation Social Perception Training in school Johannes Finne Assessing the efficacy of social and personal skills promotion program: CSI case study Tânia Gaspar, Lucinda Correira, Sónia Esteves, Carina Faria, & Sandra Vandeira

Workshop: Resilience

Symposium 5: Bullying among university students

The Resilience-Focused Family Culture: Raising Parent & Child ‘RQ’ (Resilience Quotient)

What cross-cultural research can tell us about bullying and cyberbullying amongst university students Helen Cowie

Monica A. Nicoll & William G. Nicoll

Policies and practices to address the problem of bullying on campus Carrie-Anne Myers

SEAK Canada: An Exploration of the Effects of PATHS on Health Service Use Jean Hughes & Noriyeh Rahbari

Chair: Knut Gundersen Room 4

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The role of the therapist in helping university students who have been sexually bullied Maria Luca

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Chair: Helen Cowie Room 6

FRIDAY | JULY, 3 Coffee Break

15h00 – 15h30

Parallel session: Professionals and SEL

Parallel session: Learning Difficulties

Parallel session: Bullying

Parallel session: Exploring Competencies

Promoting emotional self-awareness in pre-service teachers: the Being here case Davide Antognazza & Loredana Addimando

Child, family and school: A triadic perspective on assessment and intervention Diana Alves, Margarida Henriques, Mariana Sousa, & Marina Lemos

Predictors of peers victimization in children with attentiondeficit/hyperactivity disorder Anamarija Žic Ralić & Daniela Cvitković

Psychological support with adoptive children: connecting emotional and educational support Emília Moreira, Tânia Rocha, Diana Alves, & Margarida Henriques

Importance of teachers' socioemotional competences and wellbeing in promoting socioemotional competences of children Josipa Mihic

Learning disabilities: An operationalization of psycholinguistic perspective Tânia Rocha, Diana Alves, & Margarida Henriques

An ecological model of cyberbullying based on the stakeholders’ perception of the phenomenon Magdalena Marczak

Social & emotional competencies that emerge as students assume responsibility for managing challenging behaviour Larry Lee

Expressive Differences for Emotions in Hearing-Impaired and Normal Individuals Anjali Ghosh

Hazing in South African schools and school hostels Corene de Wet

Comparing Problem Behaviours and Emotion Regulation of Preschool Children lived in small cities in Turkey Ebru Ersay

Do managers benefit from training on well-being and social interaction skills? Kirsti Lonka, Markus Talvio, Kitte 15h30 – 16h45 Marttinen, & Elina Ketonen

Symposium 6: Hospital Clowns and SEL Clowns in pediatrics: researchers and practicioners’ reflections on the hospital clowns’ subsidies for the child’s development and competence Susana Caires The hospital clowns’ contributions for the child’s social and emotional development and competence: The researchers and counsellors’s perspective Morgana Masetti, Susana Caires, & Sibe Doosje The hospital contributions for the child’s empowerment and resilience: The practitioner’s perspective Caroline Simonds The hospital clowns’ contribution for the child’s social and emotional development and competence: research results on the child, the parents and the staff’s perspectives Susana Caires, Morgana Masetti, Hiolanda Esteves, & Laura Vagnoli Hospital clowns in pediatric preoperative settings: results from two experimental studies Patrícia Arriaga, Sara Fernandes, & Catarina Pacheco

Chair: Renata Miljević-Riđički Room 1 17h0-18h00

Chair: Lucia Canha Room 3

Chair: Helen Cowie Room 4

Chair: Diego Gomez Baya Room 5

Chair: Susana Caires Room 6

ENSEC Members Meeting Sightseeing Cristo Rei + Gala Dinner at Convento dos Capuchos at Almada

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SATURDAY | JULY, 4 Checking-in

9h00

9h30-10h

Keynote Session: Birgitta Kimber, Orebro University Adopting a Swedish SEL program in Palestine: cultural adaption and implementation Coffee Break Poster Session 2 THE INFLUENCE OF TECHNOLOGY ON EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF ADOLESCENTS Adriana Júnior, Joana Alves, Maria Luís, Mariela Rodrigues, Rui Botelho, & Sara Malheiro THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CREATIVITY AND RESILIENCE: COMPARISON AMONG GENDER Ana Paula C. P. Fonseca, Vanessa C. G. Lameira, & Celeste Simões) CREATIVE THINKING AND RESILIENCE: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN INSTITUTIONALIZED AND NON-INSTITUTIONALIZED YOUTH Ana Rita Santos, Ana Baião, Helena Ribeiro, & Sara Pinheiro SEXUAL BELIEFS AND RESILIENCE IN FIRST YEAR STUDENTS OF ISCED BENGUELA Celso David, & Celeste Simões AVENTURARTE – COMMUNITY PROGRAM FOR SOCIAL COMPETENCE AND LEISURE PARTICIPATION Emilia Prudêncio, Nuno Trindade, Paula Lebre, Alice de Sousa, & Ana Rodrigues

10h30 – 11h00

EMOTIONAL SKILLS. A STUDY IN SOCIAL WORK TECHNICIANS Fernando Pereira, Telmo Caria, & Maria Veiga-Branco BODY ORIENTED EXPERIENCES - CORRELATES AND DIFFERENCES OF SOCIAL, COGNITIVE, MOTOR AND FUNCTIONAL COMPETENCE IN AN ELDERLY POPULATION. Joana Alves Jacinto, Ana Morais, Paula Lebre , & Sofia Santos THE POSITIVE EFFECTS OF A TRIADIC PERSPECTIVE ON ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION (CHILD, FAMILY AND SCHOOL) IN A 14 YEAR OLD BOY WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES Maria Cardoso, Diana Alves, & Margarida Henriques BODY AND EMOTION: FROM FEELING TO AWARENESS Paola Iametti, & Davide Antognazza,

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL COMPETENCE AND SCHOOL READINESS AMONG ITALIAN PRE-SCHOOLERS. A PERSON CENTRED APPROACH. Valeria Cavioni, Giusy Beddia, Mara Lupica Spagnolo, & Maria Assunta Zanetti PROFILE AND BURDEN OF CARE AMONG CAREGIVERS OF ULTRA-ORTHODOX FRAIL ELDERS Yacoov G. Bachner, Offer E. Edelstein, Tova Band-Winterstein

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SATURDAY | JULY, 4

11h00-12h15

Symposium 7: The role of savouring in positive emotion regulation

Parallel session: SEL in Early Years

Parallel session: Cross-Cultural Working

Parallel session: SEL in Family Settings

Parallel session: SEL and Learning

Savoring strategies and positive events in couple relationship: impacts on personal well-being, relationship satisfaction and dyadic adjustment Susana Costa-Ramalho, Alexandra Marques Pinto, & Maria Teresa Ribeiro

Children’s playground behaviour: Connections with social competence Guida Veiga, Carolien Rieffe, Ricardo Cachucho, & Carlos Neto

Deepening the encounter and mutual socio- emotional-learning between students from different cultures in higher education in Israel Khansaa Diab

Metacognition as a factor that promote school learning and instruction Martin Droscak & Eva Frydkova

Ethical spaces for children’s active participation in research Carmen Huser

Developing a Comprehensive SocialEmotional Learning Curriculum: Adapting strategies to cultural concerns William G. Nicoll & Ana Maria Leon

Empowering Families with Teenagers: Family Ideals among Teenagers and Parents to teenagers in Sweden Charli Eriksson, Karin Fröding, Jennie Jensen, Camilla Linderborg, Agneta Tinnfält, & Camilla Pettersson

Positive emotional experience and savoring in primary school children: an exploratory study Vanessa Oliveira, Maria João Alvarez, & Alexandra Marques Pinto

The meaning of burden of care in a faith-based community: the case of Ultra-Orthodox Jews (UOJ) Offer E. Edelstein, Tova Band-Winterstein, & Yaacov G. Bachner

Savoring and Resilience: When quantity and quality of life events matter Paulo Gomes & Celeste Simões

Chair: Maria João Alvarez Room 1

Chair: Teresa Brandão Room 3

Chair: Kathryn Evans Room 4

Lunch

12h15-13h45

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How do parenting interventions scaffold young children socioemotional development? Teresa Brandão Α Qualitative Evaluation by Greek Parents of the “Parenting the Strong-Willed Child” Parent Training Group Curriculum Anastassios Matsopoulos, Anthi Loutsiou, & Andri Anastasiou

Chair: Renata Miljević-Riđički Room 5

“I’m feeling good with Maths”: Relationships between mathematics achievement emotions, motivation and grades in pre-adolescents Francisco Peixoto, Lourdes Mata, Vera Monteiro, & Cristina Sanches The Interaction between Emotionally Intelligent Behavior and Intelligence on Academic Performance Margarida Trüninger, Xavier Fernándezi-Marín, Joan Manuel Batista-Foguet, & Ricard Serlavós

Chair: Paul Cooper Room 6

SATURDAY | JULY, 4 Parallel session: Working with Cultural Competency

Parallel session: Systemic Thinking about SEL

Parallel session: SEL in Health Settings

Parallel session: Family Environment and SEC

Symposium 8: Culturally adjusted social and emotional learning programs

Bringing together remote cousins Eliezer Yariv

Beyond learning assessment: A pilot study for the development of a model to evaluate the ‘effective’ school Valeria Cavioni & Christopher Clouder

Emotional management and healthy behaviors of young people: the nurses as health literacy agent Isabel Lucas, José Vilelas, Maria João Caeiro, Sandra Xavier, & Paula Diogo

Family environment as a determinant of a child social learning Eva Frydkova & Martin Droscak

MindUp Program Results on ThirdGrade Class: A Quasi-Experimental Study Joana Sampaio de Carvalho, Alexandra Marques Pinto, & João Marôco

Eccomi Pronto in Italy and South Korea: Promoting the School Counseling Profession John Carey, Jessica Berolani, & Jihee Lee

‘The Emotional Competence of the Nurse’: meaning assigned Sandra Xavier & Lucília Nunes

What do Chilean urban citizens say about social and emotional education at primary school Alfredo Gaete 13h45-15h00

Social and Emotional Learning Mapping in Vietnam Nguyen Viet Trung

Chair: Birgitta Kimber Room 1

Cooperation and prosocial behaviour at the ages 9, 11 and 13 in Hungary Anikó Zsolnai & László Kasik

The emotional labor with teenagers in situation of disease and hospitalization: Proposal of an Algorithm for Nursing Intervention Maria João Caeiro & Paula Manuela Jorge Diogo

Chair: Paulo Gomes Room 3

Chair: Shirley Egley Room 4

The social-emotional learning and self-regulation skills of 5th grade boarding school students in single parent families Nur Akbulut-Kılıcoglu & Duygu Dincer

Chair: Anabela Santos Room 5

The effects of the social-emotional learning program ‘slowly but steadily’ on elementary school children Raquel Raimundo, Alexandra Marques Pinto, & Luísa Lima ‘Experiencing emotions’: results of a social and emotional learning program sensitive to multiculturality using educational dance Nádia Salgado Pereira, & Alexandra Marques Pinto

Chair: Alexandra Marques Pinto Room 6

Coffee Break

15h00 – 15h30

Parallel session: Where have we come from and where are we going …

Parallel session: Professional Contexts

Workshop: Nature and SEL

Symposium: RESCUR

A Pill for All Ills: A Sociological Analysis of Antidepressants, Rationalized Society, and the Departure of Human Interaction Grayson Bodenheimer

Perspectives on emotional competence (EC) profile a comparative study on different scientific areas and different professional contexts Maria Veiga-Branco & Vitorino Costa

The use of flower essences in Education: a natural way to address children with learning and behavioural disorders Rosana Souto

A resilience curriculum for early years and elementary schools in Europe

Current Issues and Future Directions in 15h30 – 16h45 School-Based Social and Emotional Learning: A Meta-Analysis Michael Wigelsworth & Ann Lendrum

Chair: Paulo Gomes Room 3 17h00

Child well-being in formal child care – The role of the parentpersonnel relationship Melissa Verhoef, Anne Roeters, & Tanja van der Lippe

Emotional creativity and alexithymia: the difference between art and non-art faculty students Nino Abuladze Khatuna & Martskvishvili Body oriented experiences, correlates and differences of emotional intelligence, social competence and personality traits in students of dance and psychomotor rehabilitation studies Paula Lebre, Elisabete Monteiro & Tânia Seixas

Chair: Ana Marta Fonseca Room 4

Room 5

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Carmel Cefai, Renata Miljević-Riđički, Dejana Bouillet, Tea Pavin Ivanec, Mirjana Milanović, Anastasios Matsopoulos, Mariza Gavogiannaki, Maria Assunta Zanetti, Valeria Cavioni, Paul Bartolo, Katya Galea, Celeste Simões, Paula Lebre, Anabela Santos, Birgitta Kimber, & Charli Eriksson.

Chair: Carmel Cefai Room 6

SUNDAY | JULY, 5 All day

Social Program (Sintra/Cascais or Óbidos/Nazaré/Alcobaça)

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