Self-Regulated Learning for Academic Success: How Do I Help Students Manage Their Thoughts, Behaviors, and Emotions?

Self-Regulated Learning for Academic Success: How Do I Help Students Manage Their Thoughts, Behaviors, and Emotions?

Self-Regulated Learning for Academic Success: How Do I Help Students Manage Their Thoughts, Behaviors, and Emotions?

Self-Regulated Learning for Academic Success: How Do I Help Students Manage Their Thoughts, Behaviors, and Emotions?

Synopsis

What can you do for students who struggle to set goals, can't seem to follow rules, and frequently go off task? This concise publication explains how teachers in every content area and at every grade level can teach students to be self-regulated learners. Discover instructional strategies that help students learn to Approach challenges with confidence. Plan their learning tactics and maintain focus. Monitor their progress and seek help when they need it. Work well with peers and adjust their approach. Learn how to put all students on the path to positive, empowered learning and greater academic success.

Excerpt

Young children just beginning to gain regulatory control over their attention, actions, and emotions learn best in environments that are playful. If you’re a preK or kindergarten teacher, a general way to help your students develop selfregulation is by emphasizing make-believe play—guiding them to create imaginary situations in which they act out specific roles. The broad content themes of early childhood . . .

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