138. How to Teach Self-Regulation (Part 1)


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Teaching self-regulation to our students allows them to manage their emotions and behaviours independently. In turn, this makes classroom management easier and allows us to be more productive in the classroom.

But, teaching self-regulation can feel daunting! There’s so much information out there and lots of different advice on how to do it… It’s difficult to piece all of that information together so that we can teach it in a step-by-step, coherent way.

So, in this episode of The Balanced Educator Podcast, we break self-regulation down to the basic. We show you that it can actually be much easier to teach than you think.

Once you know the basics, you’ll probably realize that you already have a lot of the skills and knowledge to be able to confidently support your students in their emotional regulation journeys.

This is part one of two episodes. Next episode, we are giving you a step-by-step roadmap that you can follow to teach self-regulation to your students using the Educalme method.


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