Self-regulation in the classroom is our focus for this episode. That is, we are focusing on how students manage, coordinate, and adapt how they think, feel, and behave to become successful.
Social and emotional challenges in kids have been receiving a lot of attention lately. Students who struggle with self-management, often do poorly in school. We wanted to learn more about this, and we met up with Dr. Richard Cash, a gifted and talented expert, and author of Self-Regulation in the Classroom: Helping Students Learn How to Learn. He taught us the process of developing self-regulation as easy as ABC: Affect (how you feel), Behavior (what you do), and Cognition (how you think). Teaching students to balance these three elements builds motivation, resilience, and college and career readiness.
Listeners who purchase Richard’s book from Free Spirit Publishing can enter the code “DiffGift” to receive 25% off!
NEW: Once you’ve listened to this episode, why not earn an hour of continuing professional education? After all, you’ve already done half the work. Just go to educationfutures.com/learn, and sign up for the Moodle course that corresponds with this episode. After you post your thoughts in response to the questions we have for you in the “sound off” forum, you can download your certificate of completion.
It’s free, and it’s our gift to you for listening and for supporting us. Simply visit educationfutures.com/learn to earn your free continuing professional education credit.
This is an open conversation, and your participation is invited! Email your stories to us at email@example.com.
New episodes are released every two weeks. Here’s how to follow along:
- Subscribe for free on iTunes to automatically get new episodes as they are released
- Check out our Education Futures Podcast site for new episodes and the full series archive
- Support the Education Futures Podcast on Patreon and unlock extra content only available to our supporters
- Follow us on Twitter for discussion about the episodes and upcoming teasers
- Follow us on Facebook for more insights and ideas from the podcast