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Tools to Promote Self-Regulation & Calming with Lisa Rogers


Self-regulation includes a universal set of skills necessary for academic success, self-control and positive social interaction with peers and adults.  This session will provide educators with practical strategies to teach and reinforce the development of these critical lifelong skills for all students.  For many students, self-regulation is still under development and can result in what seems to be a zero to a hundred explosion of emotions, anger or even aggression.

The first step to building self-regulation is to develop self-awareness.  Through strategies such as feelings charts, emotion scripts and other visual cues, students can be taught to become more self-aware and understand how to read their own warning signals when emotions are building.  By recognizing that there is a problem early on, students are more likely to be able to use a calming strategy or tool more effectively.

A chill zone or calming corner with breathing techniques, sensory items, calming activities, and chill passes are just a few of the specific tools that we will review and develop to build self-regulation.  Through consistent implementation, these strategies serve as powerful bridges to a more peaceful future.


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Credits Available:
(6) CPE
(6) Contact Hours
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Contact Person:
Shalyn Droddy
Killey Hays
Outside Presenter
Date Time Location
10/14/2021 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Region 05 ESC site - Bluebonnet Room, Spindletop Room

350 Pine Street Suite 500 Beaumont, TX 77701 | Phone: 409-951-1700
350 Pine Street Suite 500 Beaumont, TX 77701
Phone: 409-951-1700
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