Self-Regulation

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Self-Regulation. Self-Regulation is: “The ability to attain, maintain and change one’s level of arousal appropriately for a task or situation”  “The ability to control one’s emotions” “The ability to formulate a goal, monitor goal-progress, adjust one’s behaviors”
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Self-Regulation
  • Self-Regulation is:
  • “The ability to attain, maintain and change one’s level of arousal appropriately for a task or situation” 
  • “The ability to control one’s emotions”
  • “The ability to formulate a goal, monitor goal-progress, adjust one’s behaviors”
  • “The ability to manage social interactions, to co-regulate”
  • “To be aware of one’s academic strengths and weaknesses, and have a repertoire of strategies to tackle day-to-day challenges of academic tasks”
  • http://www.cea-ace.ca/education-canada/article/self-regulation-calm-alert-and-learning#_ftn2 5 Aspects of Self-Regulation Biological Emotional Cognitive Social Reflective thinking skills Biological Self-Regulation Emotional Self-Regulation Self-Calming Strategies Deep Breathing Play Dough Listening to calming, soothing music using headphones Guided imagery/visualization Cognitive Self-Regulation Strategies Reduce waiting time Provide a visual schedule of routines and activities Provide a 3 or 4 minute pre-warning cue to let students know when a transition is going to happen Social Self-Regulation Name/describe the problem Brainstorm solutions Evaluate the solutions and choose the best one Try it out Modify the chosen solution as necessary
  • Credits
  • http://brainstories.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/amygdala.jpg
  • http://www.cdd.unm.edu/ecspd/resources/pdfs/QualityChildcare/Resource%20Guide/SelfRegulationTipsandStrategies.pdf
  • http://www.cea-ace.ca/education-canada/article/self-regulation-calm-alert-and-learning#_ftn2
  • http://cultureofyes.ca/2010/11/22/dr-stuart-shanker-and-self-regulation/
  • http://www.self-regulation.ca/download/pdf%282%29/Learn%20Magazine%20-Shanker%20article.pdf
  • The mindUp curriculum: Brain-focused strategies for Learning –and Living
  • http://www.self-regulation.ca/resources/videos/
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