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High Hopes

Are humans rational beings? Some economist still think that this is the case (despite Kahneman’s comment (1). When it comes to students educators know better. Not that students are irrational beings, but seeking satisfying solutions is not often their major strategy. 276 more words

Learning Environments

"Exactly What I Needed Mom"

What does it mean to raise a child with sensory processing disorder (SPD)? I don’t know, I’m still figuring it out, one day at a time! 526 more words


Self-Regulation Tool: The Breathing Ball

We have a lot going on right now so we’re taking our own advice and having a self-regulatory moment…..

This little beauty came to us from one of our amazing school counselors.  287 more words


New Water Table

Our students welcomed the addition to the classroom with open arms!  We usually like to let the children self regulate the comings and goings at the centres, but we were forced to implement some stringent timed rules.   83 more words

Fine Motor Skills


Here’s what I thought about during my first meditation class:

 1) The recycling.

I’ve been moving a lot over the last five years and every move brings a new struggle to find out how the hell I’m supposed to recycle. 1,519 more words


Getting in the Zone

Now that we have established an understanding of our brain’s limbic system which is in charge of our emotions and behaviour, it is time to become familiar with the range of emotions we may feel throughout the day and what we can do to help manage them, or self-regulate. 720 more words

Self Regulation

Learning About Self Regulation

What I learned today?  (Ignore the grammatical errors!)

                Today, during the Professional Activity Day on January 30, 2015 at ENSS, I learned about self-regulation and how the topic can be used to support students learning as well as my teaching strategies.  118 more words