The Skills That Matter – Teaching Self-Regulation

Students need to be prepared with the skills that matter for success in life after high school. This session will describe how to impact students’ success by teaching self-regulation within middle and high school courses, in addition to supports such as counseling, special education and career education. By incorporating self-regulation into instruction, teachers have found that students engage more, increase homework completion, and achieve higher levels of proficiency. Drs. Pattie Noonan and Amy Gaumer Erickson will provide an overview of the College and Career Competency Framework and a professional resource to assist with implementation of an instructional plan.

Registration is available at eCampus:
Workshop ID: SU1737816

For more information contact:
Elizabeth Danner

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