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The Multiplying Effect of Stressors

The Multiplying Effect of Stressors

Shanker Self-Reg® recognizes that excess stress is almost never due to a single stressor. Read more about The Self-Reg Framework here. There is always more than one stressor involved, usually multiple stressors, causing a multiplying effect of stress. What's more,...

Behaviour is Communication

Behaviour is Communication

This graphic, by Kristin Wiens, nicely illustrates the meaning of a well-known quote. In relation to Shanker Self-Reg®, “behaviour is communication” serves as a reminder to look “deeper,” to see what is behind behaviour that concerns us. We often see troubling...

Brighten Up a Student’s Day

Brighten Up a Student’s Day

The Story Behind the Graphic Good educators know that students learn best when they are calm, alert and happy. Obviously no child or adult is in this state all the time. But it is clear that educators and other adults in children’s lives play a key role in helping...

10 Ways To Develop the Habit of Self-Reg

10 Ways To Develop the Habit of Self-Reg

The Story Behind the Graphic This graphic, by artist and Self-Regger Kristin Wiens, offers 10 practical strategies that will help you begin to embed Shanker Self-Reg® at the core of your educational practice. Self-control strategies like reward, consequences,...

The Self-Reg Framework: The Social Domain

The Self-Reg Framework: The Social Domain

The Social Domain: supporting self-regulation across the five domains Shanker Self-Reg® helps us consider self-regulation and stress across five interrelated domains: biological, emotion, cognitive, social and prosocial. In this blog we are going to explore the...

The Self-Reg Framework: The Cognitive Domain

The Self-Reg Framework: The Cognitive Domain

The Cognitive Domain: supporting self-regulation across the five domains Shanker Self-Reg® helps us consider self-regulation and stress across five interrelated domains: biological, emotion, cognitive, social and prosocial. In this blog we are going to explore...

The Self-Reg Framework: Emotion Domain

The Self-Reg Framework: Emotion Domain

The Five Domains of Self-Reg: Emotion Domain Shanker Self-Reg® helps us consider self-regulation and stress across five interrelated domains: biological, emotion, cognitive, social and prosocial. In this blog we are going to explore the Emotion Domain. This...