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APPLYING SELF-REG

You’ve started your learning journey and begun reading and reframing misbehaviour as stress behaviour. You can recognize examples of stressors across the 5 domains of stress; biological, emotion, cognitive, social & prosocial. Your awareness of stress states and personalized ways to find your calm and restore energy is growing. Now the question is…

How can you bring Self-Reg to others?

Self-Reg can be the foundational framework for schools, early education and care, or parenting. Or interwoven with many areas of your work such as social-emotional learning, mental health and well-being, curriculum and pedagogy, safe schools, and inclusion. Shared learning helps develop common language and understandings while building capacity and cohesion.

"You are the Strategy" Susan Hopkins

EXPLORE SELF-REG FOR…

Early Years

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Parents

Schools

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Shanker Self-Reg Learning Hub, On Demand Self-Reg Learning: Consider one of our professional learning series
Our Books, pictured is the book Reframed: Self-Reg for a Just Society by Stuart Shanker
SELF-REG SCHOOLS: A HANDBOOK (Ch 5-6) & LEADERSHIP IN SELF-REG SCHOOLS PROGRAM
SELF-REG FOUNDATIONS<br />
CERTIFICATE PROGRAM<br />
COURSE 3: Self-Reg and Mental Health Across the Lifespan<br />
COURSE 4: The Shanker Self-Reg Method<br />
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Quote: "Each individual, family, culture and community holds unique Self-Reg expertise." Stuart Shanker

APPLIED SELF-REG FEATURES

See a Child Differently and You’ll See a Different Child self-reg.ca

Self-Reg, Social Justice & Democracy

The Future Lies in the Hands of Self-Reg Parents, Schools, and Communities. I first started thinking about social justice and democracy when I was 16 years old. I had just attended a political rally where Pierre Elliot Trudeau talked about…

Calm Begets Calm Self-reg.ca

The Self-Reg View: Calm Begets Calm

The reality is that one cannot will oneself to stay calm. One cannot simply choose, let alone force oneself, to be calm. This is precisely where the first step of Self-Reg—that of “reframing” —comes in.

What is Self-Regulation—Really Shared understandings and language matter

How Do You Change A Trajectory? Duty Woes Through A Self-Reg Lens.

A story for you about a trajectory needing to be changed. A few weeks ago, I was on duty outside when a student came to me with a problem. She was really upset about how another student…

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