This article suggests several classroom strategies that help students learn self-regulation. These include providing structure, scaffolding instruction, promoting discussion and reflection, and modeling appropriate behavior.Source:
Nina Parrish, Edutopia, August 22, 2018Description:
"Many students enter our classrooms with psychological and learning issues, ADHD, or even adverse childhood experiences and trauma that affect their executive functioning and ability to self-regulate. They do not have the tools they need to focus and pay attention, keep their emotions in check, adjust to change, or handle the frustration that is sometimes a part of interacting with others or learning something new. This can make it very challenging to complete required tasks in the classroom."Read the full article here!