Sunday, September 3, 2017

Student Self-Control & Self-Regulation in the Classroom

Self-control and self-regulation are a key predictor of long term school success, self-regulation is critical for learning and student engagement.

Teaching students self-control and self-regulation long-term benefits:

  • Higher graduation rates
  • Higher SAT scores
  • Higher lifetime earning and job security
  • Greater health and life expectancy

Quick Strategies for Developing Self-Control
  • Distract yourself
  • Reappraise your thinking 
  • Visualize the positives and negatives outcomes or consequences
Sharing and discussion is great after the teacher gives directions or instruction, yet students blurting out and talking during the teacher's instruction is not okay and disruptive. Self-control and Self-regulation skills develop as early as age 3-4 as demonstrated by the Stanford marshmallow experiment. Students can learn the strategies of self-monitoring and Self-Control at an early age, so it is critical that teachers use, model, and have high expectations for Self Regulation in their classrooms.

Developing Young Children’sSelf-Regulation through Everyday Experiences

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The Stanford marshmallow experiment was a series of studies on delayed gratification in the late 1960s and early 1970s led by psychologist Walter Mischel

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