When Things Get Busy, a Visual Reminder is a Great Tool. Here is the third graphic from Kristin Wiens, a Vancouver Island educator who is deeply engaged in self-regulation learning and leading work. This visual reminder shares positive approaches and valuable resources as we engage with the full range of kids. They all benefit so greatly when we are able to establish the conditions for their success. We know that our role in education is to shape the learning environment to fit the child rather than the other way around. Thanks to Kristin for sharing another picture that is worth a thousand words.
Self-Regulation Promotes Learning and Thriving
We believe all kids can learn and thrive in their schools and communities. We also believe that self-regulation is an essential capacity for learning and healthy human development. Working together to foster self-regulation in kids, and the adults that support them, we can change lives and build healthier, more sustainable communities.
Getting practical, CSRI offers support for your team’s professional efforts to create a self-regulated learning environment. Integrating insights from neuroscience, health, education and developmental psychology, we provide a platform for learning and engagement of educators, allied professionals, parents and communities who want to promote higher levels of learning, self-regulation and healthy development in kids and in the adults in their lives.
What is Self-Regulation?
We take a broad and inclusive approach to self-regulation. But, generally speaking, we view self-regulation as the capacity to:
Our Self-Regulation Framework
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Self-Regulation ... A Growing Movement
Evidence shows that self-regulation promotes thriving kids and thriving classrooms. And, in schools and districts across the country we’re witnessing growing awareness and commitment to self-regulation. At the heart of our work is the aspiration to build a culture of self-regulation in our schools and communities. We’ll know we’ve been successful when we can say “it’s just the way we do things around here.”