When a student can’t read, we teach him how. When a student struggles with algebra, we give her skills to help. When a student has trouble behaving, what do we do?
Self-Regulation skills can be taught. Not all students have the same ability to regulate emotions, behaviors and responses to difficulties. And those who have not mastered Self-Regulation can be very disruptive to instruction time. When educators include lessons on Self-Regulation as part of the curriculum, everyone can benefit from the training on how to recognize triggers and how to manage
responses to them. Rather than trying to modify behavior and/or removing the stimuli that results in unacceptable behavior, Self-Regulation training gives students control over their responses.
Self-management is a key element of social-emotional learning. The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) defines self-management as “the ability to successfully regulate one’s emotions, thoughts, and behaviors effectively in different situations and to achieve goals and aspirations.”
Developing the ability to self-regulate provides a student with critical life skills needed to achieve academic success, maintain emotional control and experience healthy social interaction. They are better equipped to handle anger issues, anxieties, impulsiveness, academic challenges, classroom behavior issues, self-esteem struggles and social troubles. Teachers, counselors, social workers, administrators and other educators will see observable and sustained positive changes.
In this one-day training, Brad Chapin will provide recommendations and strategies that participants can use with all students, particularly with students who have behavioral and/or emotional self-control issues. The training consists of practical insights, recommendations and learning activities that are based upon the evidence-based approaches used in cognitive-behavior psychology. The content of this seminar is consistent with the principles underlying the RTI/MTSS and Positive Behavior Supports movements. Brad will provide creative, fresh and engaging approaches for individual students, small groups, classrooms and the whole school.
Participants will learn:
– To develop a level of understanding of the Self-Regulation framework sufficient for teaching it to students and presenting it to parents
– To apply step-by-step strategies/activities to teach young people how to increase self-regulation including: cooling the flame, my warning signs, melting freeze, you can’t make me laugh, free emotional expression, challenge software program, defiance trap
– To organize and implement strategies in a way that is most effective
– To address many social/emotional, behavioral and academic problem areas including: anger and oppositional behavior, depression & anxiety, academic performance, chronic impulsiveness, ADHD, motivation, learned helplessness, bullying & other school safety issues
– To access, monitor and report measurable outcomes from the application of self-regulation strategies
|9:45 am ET / 6:45 am PT||Attendee Login|
|10:00 am ET / 7:00 am PT|
Teaching Self-Regulation to Today’s Youth
|11:15 am ET / 8:15 am PT|
Three Skill-Training Areas for Improving Self-Regulation
|1:00 pm ET / 12:00 pm CT||Lunch|
|2:00 pm ET / 11:00 am PT|
Working with Student Self-Regulation in Small Groups
|3:30 pm ET / 12:30 pm PT|
Tailoring Self-Regulation Strategies to Fit Individual Students
|4:30 pm / 1:30 pm PT||Q&A|
Certificates of Completion for this training, which indicate 6 contact hours of Continuing Education, will be available at the end of the seminar upon completion of a course evaluation.
In many cases, depending on your Profession and Jurisdiction, this Certificate of Completion is sufficient for tracking your Continuing Education and Professional Development efforts.
We suggest that you contact your local Board or Governing Agency to see exactly what steps are necessary for approval in your particular discipline. Please note that Developmental Resources is also an approved Provider for the following National and Regional Accrediting Agencies.
Developmental Resources has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 5602. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified.
Self-Regulation Seminar Dates
Monday, May 17, 2021
10:00 am ET / 7:00 am PT
Due to the ongoing concerns regarding COVID-19 this Seminar will be held as a Zoom Meeting.<BR>Attendees will be able to login beginning at 9:45 am ET/6:45 am PT. The live meeting will begin at 10:00 am ET/7:00 am PT.
Self-Regulation Seminar Pricing
If you cannot attend the event on the scheduled date, or if the event is postponed for any reason, you may send a substitute, transfer to a different event or request a Voucher for a future event. Substitutions should be made in writing (please email email@example.com) and are welcome until the day of the event. Vouchers are valid for up to three years for future AccuTrain events and may be transferred to a colleague.
Brad Chapin, LCP, LMLP
*In case of an emergency, another qualified presenter will substitute
A leading authority on Self-Regulation, Brad Chapin, LCP, LMLP is a masters level psychologist with a passion for helping others learn the skills necessary for success and happiness. He is a best-selling author and nationally-recognized speaker in the area of Self-Regulation. He has served as the Director of Child and Adult Community Services for a large community mental health center where he supervised 65 mental health field staff. Currently, Brad is the Director of Clinical Services for Stormont-Vail Behavioral Health Services.
Brad created the Self-Regulation Training System from a practical, research-based from foundation. His strategies have helped thousands of people develop skills necessary for success in job and academic performance, relationship and overall wellness.
Brad’s first book, Helping Young People Learn Self-Regulation, is in its second printing. He has since published Helping Teens Learn Self-Regulation and The Legend of the Regulators and the SECRET List as well as several additional resources for helping students learn Self-Regulation skills.