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Stuart Shanker
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Susan Hopkins
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Aviva Dunsiger
Aviva Dunsiger
John Hoffman
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1407, 2017

Emotional Dysregulation in Children: The Problem and How to Intervene

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

By: Ira Glovinsky of the Glovinsky Center for the Child and Family We are seeing an "epidemic" of emotional dysregulation in very young children resulting in parent-child relationship disturbances as well as expulsion from child-care [...]

1107, 2017

What If We Provided All Teachers With Self-Reg Days Every Year?

By | July 11th, 2017|Categories: Self-Reg Blog|0 Comments

Then there was the time that I was SO HAPPY to have bronchitis…. Who is happy about getting super sick?   Over-stressed people, that’s who. Bronchitis provided me the gift of some days off resting [...]

2806, 2017

Ending The Year On A Self-Reg Note

By | June 28th, 2017|Categories: Self-Reg Blog|4 Comments

The other morning before school started, I was sitting down to organize items to go into the OSR. I like to organize everything first, and then start filing. I had two HUGE Ziplocs full of [...]

2106, 2017

The Self-Reg Myths

By | June 21st, 2017|Categories: Self-Reg Blog|0 Comments

Hello Self-Reg community! Our Third Annual Self-Reg Summer Symposium ran from July 4-7th, 2017. At SRSS, we explored 12 Self-Reg myths and the barriers to practicing Self-Reg that our community asked us to address this year. To prepare for [...]

1906, 2017

The Self-Reg View of: Overcoming Barriers

By | June 19th, 2017|Categories: Self-Reg Blog|0 Comments

Back in 2001, David Sobel, an Education Prof at Antioch University in New England, published a fascinating book called Children’s Special Places. He was interested in the question of when and why children build forts. [...]

1306, 2017

My Cubby Room Conundrum: Is It Time To Reframe “Hiding?”

By | June 13th, 2017|Categories: Self-Reg Blog|0 Comments

Sometimes we have those experiences that stick with us, even weeks later. That's what happened here. I still remember the day, the child, and the moment my thinking changed. It was late one afternoon, and [...]