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Stuart Shanker
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Susan Hopkins
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1411, 2017

What If? Series: Reframing Report Cards

By | November 14th, 2017|Categories: Self-Reg Blog|0 Comments

Sparked by recent news about upcoming changes to Ontario’s Elementary report cards, Susan Hopkins and Stuart Shanker muse about how reframing the idea of report cards could make them a more enriching and informative experience [...]

811, 2017

Everyday Self-Reg: Manners and Courtesy

By | November 8th, 2017|Categories: Self-Reg Blog|0 Comments

When I was a kid I had a very negative view of manners. I was taught manners and forced to use them. But I didn’t understand what they were for. To my 10-year-old self, manners [...]

311, 2017

Who We Are, Where We Come From

By | November 3rd, 2017|Categories: Self-Reg Blog|2 Comments

Reflections on Well-Being in Ontario K-12 Education By: Stefani Burosch “Literacy is the ability to share our life story, by whatever means that we are able do that.” - David Bouchard, Acclaimed Métis Author, Literacy [...]

3110, 2017

What If? Series: Chew On This

By | October 31st, 2017|Categories: Self-Reg Blog|0 Comments

Because of our modern diet, today’s children (and adults) spend considerably less time chewing than our early human ancestors. In this vlog, Dr. Shanker and Susan Hopkins discuss the self-regulatory and educational implications of this [...]

2610, 2017

Hearts and Rainbows: The Brain’s Beautifully Imperfect Reward System

By | October 26th, 2017|Categories: Self-Reg Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Hearts and Rainbows: The Brain's Beautifully Imperfect Reward System By: Lindsay Pearson I am a professional who has spent the last 12 years immersing myself into the world of early childhood education, honing my skills [...]

2310, 2017

I Love You More Than the Moon Loves the Stars

By | October 23rd, 2017|Categories: Self-Reg Blog|1 Comment

In this video blog, Susan Hopkins and her daughter Siena share a simple game they like to play called “I love you more than the moon loves the stars.” The game is an example of [...]