School Psych Corner: How to Teach Self Regulation
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[Source: Nurture & Thrive]
There is one skill that is the most important one to teach our children. To call it one skill, however, is a little misleading. It’s really a set of skills– a whole host of skills. At the center of those skills is the ability to control something– a behavior, a thought, movement, or a feeling. Generally, this is called self-regulation. But I am also talking about executive function (control in the brain), emotion-regulation(control of feelings) as well as behavioral regulation (control of actions & movement).
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