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The Question “My colleagues and I want to develop some type of tool for students to use to promote their own ability to be self-directed. We came to recognize that goal-setting per se was not enough, especially if it was driven … Continue reading
Want to write about this but these links will have to do for now. Resources that make explicit the links between self-regulation and learning. Note: authors include UBC’s Deborah Butler and Nancy Perry. A condensed overview of AfL which makes the point … Continue reading
Via Charlie Naylor: Resources gathered by BCTF Information Services (Emily O’Neill and Karen Rojem) on self-regulation that was done for one of the Okanagan Inquiry groups. Dr. Charles Pascal Profile of Ontario’s Early Learning Advisor Early Learning Report Summary Early … Continue reading
“Self-regulation is a system for dealing with stress.” A few of my takeaways: Our ability to self-regulate is compromised when we are sleep-deprived. We are all sleeping less — average hours of sleep has decreased across all ages. Physical activity … Continue reading