Self-Reg: a Summary in #Sketchnotes

Earlier this month, TeachOntario provided Professional Learning Series session with Stuart Shanker, author of Self-Reg: How to Help Your Child (and You) Break the Stress Cycle and Successfully Engage With Life, and founder of the MEHRIT Centre.  My current research into the inquiry process for my TLLP project has led me to investigate the learning environment more than I had anticipated, and I was intrigued by Dr. Shanker’s insights and contributions to education.

 

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I look forward to learning more about Self-Regulation, how I can improve my learning environment, and how I can help students to recognizing stress and achieve a sense of calmness.

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2 Responses to Self-Reg: a Summary in #Sketchnotes

  1. Janina says:

    Lucky you! I’ve only just discovered Shanker whilet browsing Internet while on a medical leave from teaching after surgery. He’s right on the mark in his thinking. I taught for 8 years in an ‘Exceptional’ class of children placed with me due to behavioural issues. There’s a huge difference between self-regulation and self-control.

    I love your notes. Your skills in artistic endeavours have made your notes a delight to read.

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