Understanding Self-Regulation

Help Your Students Learn to Help Themselves

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  • A better understanding of the important yet complex topic of self-regulation
  • An organized way to use our frameworks to teach self-regulation
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What is self-regulation? How can we teach it in our schools and homes? There is a big difference between using reward systems to encourage students to behave and teaching students how to self-regulate. Join Michelle Garcia Winner, the founder of the Social Thinking Methodology, to explore the many moving parts of social and emotional self-regulation and how it involves personal problem solving. Discover which of our strategies, frameworks, and teaching materials to use to help students develop these competencies across age groups. Here’s a hint: it all begins with teaching students the fundamentals of how the social world works and how to work (navigate to regulate) in the social world!

After watching this webinar, you’ll be able to:

  • Explain why we need to teach how the social world works to help students navigate and regulate within the social world.
  • Use strategies and frameworks from the Social Thinking Methodology to help students grow in their self-regulation journey.
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