- Learn why students lack resilience
- Examine seven characteristics of resilient children
- Explore strategies to develop resilience in students
"The virtue of resilience is a vital ingredient for students to be successful learners." -- Dr. Cheryl Winget
About Your Instructor:
Cheryl Winget, Ed.D., NILD PCET
K-12 Educational Consultant for Europe
Association of Baptists for World Evangelism
Dr. Winget is an NILD PCET and has taught NILD courses in Europe for over 10 years. In the summer of 2015, she was named the K-12 Educational Consultant for Europe by her sending mission—Association of Baptists for World Evangelism (ABWE). Dr. Winget assists Christian schools throughout Europe, consults with missionaries regarding the educational needs of their children, and serves with SHARE Educational Services. Previously, she served on the faculty of International Christian School of Budapest (ICSB) from 2003 to 2015 where she directed the Supplemental Services Department.
Dr. Winget received a Doctor of Education degree from Regent University, and two masters degrees—one from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (Master of Music Education) and one from Tennessee Temple University (Master of Arts in Teaching) where she also completed a BA in sacred music. Her musical proficiency is in the area of piano.
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