Teaching self regulation
February 25, 2022 - February 25, 2022
HBF Stadium 100 Stephenson Avenue Mount Claremont, WA 6010
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?
This course is ideal for early career teachers and experienced teachers who want to further their knowledge on how to teach self regulation strategies that support their students.
Self regulation is a term we hear over and over again, but it is sometimes difficult to work out exactly what it means to teach self regulation. If you are experiencing challenges with your young learners, don’t panic because it certainly took us time to work out what self regulation is, and how to support the development of this important life skill. To help you we have developed this very informative course based on current research and theory, and packed with practical ideas and activities for you to use in your classrooms and settings. We will also explore developmentally appropriate expectations for children and how to support them in meeting these expectations.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- About attachment theory and its impact on regulation
- Learn co regulation strategies to support young children in regulating their emotions
- How to support children in developing emotional vocabulary to match their feelings
- Provide safe opportunities to children to practise self regulation
- Explore ways to support children experiencing difficulties in regulating.
WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE
- A copy of all the presenters notes
- A workbook with the learning activities for this course and additional readings
- Resources to use in your classroom to promote an understanding of emotional literacy and language
- A ‘Certificate of Learning’ for your professional portfolio, recognising your learning hours.