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Student Self Regulation

Professional Practice Research: Student Self-Regulation

From the June 2017 issue of Professionally Speaking

Boosting executive skills in the classroom: a practical guide for educators
by Cooper-Kahn, Joyce, Foster, Margaret
Real engagement: how do I help my students become motivated, confident, and self-directed learners?
by Zmuda, Allison
Seeing red: an anger management and anti-bullying curriculum for kids
by Simmonds, Jennifer
The self-directed learning handbook: challenging adolescent students to excel
by Gibbons, Maurice
Self-reg: how to help your child (and you) break the stress cycle and successfully engage with life
by Shanker, Stuart
A self-regulated learning approach for children with learning/behavioral disorders
by Benevento, Joan A
Self-regulated learning for academic success: how do I help students manage their thoughts, behaviors, and emotions?
by Germeroth, Carrie
Self-regulation in the classroom: helping students learn how to learn
by Cash, Richard M
Smart but scattered: the revolutionary "executive skills" approach to helping kids reach their potential
by Dawson, Peg., Guare, Richard
Strategy instruction for middle and secondary students with mild disabilities: creating independent learners
by Conderman, Greg, Hedin, Laura,, Bresnahan, Val,
What is it about me you can't teach?: culturally responsive instruction in deeper learning classrooms
by Rodriguez, Eleanor Renée,, Bellanca, James A., 1937-, Esparza, Deborah Rosalia
The zones of regulation: a curriculum designed to foster self-regulation and emotional control
by Kuypers, Leah M., 1978-, Winner, Michelle Garcia

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