Having effectively served thousands of Elementary School students worldwide, Eleni Theodorou continues to inspire young children to curiously explore their budding emotions.

It is through her tantalizing tale “Noko The Knight” coupled with her compelling multi-sensory program,  “Noko’s Culture of Compassion Campaign” that students firmly understand that there is NO place for bullying, and that we have the power of choice.

“Yes! I am a Knight! I CHOOSE to do what’s right!”

Her dedication and colorfully creative approach impact-fully teaches students the art of Compassion, the importance of kindness, forgiveness and cultural appreciation.

“No matter how long the night, the day is sure to come…”

– African Proverb

Why Eleni Theodorou?

Well rounded educational background in psychology.

Natural talent for captivating and engaging students, allowing for lasting impact of her work.

Focused on holistic healing of her students and their families.

Effectively served students in the United States, Africa and the United Kingdom.

Why Noko’s Culture of Compassion Campaign?

It is rooted in the school of Positive Psychology

Teaching students the Art Of Compassion by means of our hands on, interactive program offering a concrete demonstration of how our behavior impacts another, coupled with a solutions-focused Q & A session.

Students are taught cognitive flexibility, accountability and the value of cultural diversity.

According to feedback from schools, students who have attended Noko’s Culture of Compassion Campaign, have reported a deeper understanding of how their action impact another and have consistently displayed efforts to respond thoughtfully in a pro-social, inclusive manner.

A Testimonial…

“Dear Eleni,

First, I want to say thank you for presenting to our students.  Your message of empowering students to employ compassion and kindness is a powerful message that all students can benefit from experiencing.  Both your book and the character, “Noko the Knight” is very cleverly designed to deliver an anti-bullying lesson to the students while at the same time was very entertaining and engaging.
 
Moreover, your presentation to our students was no less than outstanding!  You employed the techniques of a talented and expert teacher, so much so, that I thought you had taught previously.   The students were fully engaged during the entire reading.  Some of the techniques that I noticed were your use of engaging four of the five senses during the presentation.  You had visuals (SmartBoard), sound (story reading and soft music), touch (quills and feathers), and finally, smell (soft lavender-scented pillows).  It was truly amazing to watch you engage the large classes of students throughout the lesson that began with your use of impressive mind-brain crossover movements which are designed to get the brain focused and are also used as a class management tool as well.
 
As a teacher, a library media specialist, and a parent myself I can’t say enough about how truly impressed I was with your presentation to our students.  I do hope that the Jersey City Public Schools brings you on board to employ these interactive lessons that teach students to feel empowered and to be compassionate and kind to each other.”
 
Good luck in all you do!
 
Best,
Nadene Bracken
Library Media Specialist
J.W. Wakeman School 6

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