STUDENTS BEGIN LEARNING SELF-REGULATION
After receiving training from experts at Kansas University, teachers are training students on the skill of Self-Regulation during several Seminar periods. This skill development is for all junior high and high school students. After the training during Seminar, students will be using the skill extensively in all classrooms with the purpose of increasing their learning while practicing a necessary life skill.
What is Self-Regulation?
Self-Regulation can be defined in several ways. In general, self-regulation refers to proactively applying self-directive processes, cognitive behaviors, and emotions to attain goals and skills. Self-regulated students are actively thinking, behaving and motivating themselves as active participants in their own learning. Self-regulation of learning consists of goal setting and selecting learning strategies, then remaining motivated while charting progress against goals.
Self-Regulation has a 4-Step Model. Parents are encouraged to use Self-Regulation with their students at home.
Examples: Doing my chores on time. Using my cell phone appropriately. Studying for the ACT test. Going to bed on time. Getting a job.
MAKE A PLAN
MONITOR MY PLAN
TAKE CONTROL AND MAKE CHANGES TO MY PLAN
REFLECT ON WHAT WORKED