Self-Regulation in the Classroom: Helping Students Learn How to Learn
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Grit. Determination. Mindset. Self-control.
All these terms are attributes of self-regulated learning, which is the ability to manage impulses, stay focused on tasks through completion, and develop a sense of autonomy in learning to achieve academic success.
In Self-Regulation in the Classroom, Richard M. Cash translates research and theory into easy-to-implement strategies and ideas you can use to help students—with special needs and without—become self-directed learners, including ways for them to:
increase their engagement in learning
boost their confidence
avoid meaningless distraction
develop effective study habits
set and achieve goals
use failure as a learning tool
reflect and relax
A foundation for promoting positive behavior and executive function skills, this book can help you meet the needs of all your learners and help them reach their potential in the classroom and in the real world.
The teacher and student forms, charts, and lists in the book are downloadable for use in your classroom. Also available is a free study guide to be used in PLCs and book study groups.
Free Spirit Publishing; Book with Digital Content edition (March 23, 2016)