adult Self-Reg

8 05, 2020

My Year of Math

By | 2020-05-07T15:13:02+00:00 May 8th, 2020|

By: Vicki Parnell “You’re doing WHAT? WHY?” “I feel anxious just thinking about that.” With reactions like this, you’d think I was I talking about going skydiving, wrestling with sharks, or conducting some kind of dangerous medical experiments on my body. Nothing that scary… I was merely taking university-level [...]

31 01, 2020

Reframe Friday: YOU are the strategy!

By | 2020-01-29T15:08:29+00:00 January 31st, 2020|

By: Lindsay Hayes As I reflect back on the past couple of months supporting our wonderful students and staff across our school division, I find myself using one particular line over and over, “It’s you, you are the strategy.”  This sentence resonated so much when it was first offered to [...]

21 01, 2020

A Missing Flyer Was All It Took: A Self-Reg View Of My Mini-Meltdown

By | 2020-01-20T13:48:30+00:00 January 21st, 2020|

Last week, I had my own mini-adult temper tantrum. It was the end of the day on Thursday, and as part of our current phase of Work-To-Rule, we all need to be out of the building in 15 minutes. Like others, my teaching partner, Paula, and I are working through [...]

24 09, 2019

Self-Reg ~ Not Just for Kids

By | 2019-09-24T09:26:42+00:00 September 24th, 2019|

By Lisa Cranston, EdD Just like children, adults have emotional storms and we need that feeling of safety and security found through interpersonal relationships so that we can return to calm. One time this truly hit home for me was when my husband and I were living in Argentina. He [...]

2 04, 2019

Learning and Letting Go in a Japanese Bathhouse

By | 2019-03-17T17:46:41+00:00 April 2nd, 2019|

By Melissa Raine During a recent ski holiday in Japan, I had the opportunity to experience an onsen, a hot springs pool where the venerable Japanese tradition of communal bathing is practiced. Bathers are often but not always segregated according to sex. Strict codes of conduct support both respect for [...]

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