Improving Self-Regulation in Adolescents
Note: This program was originally available as part of the Adolescent Language and Literacy: Supporting Emotional, Social, and Academic Growth conference.
Adolescents with language impairments and self-regulation problems may have difficulty with daily activities such as expressing their emotions appropriately, attending during conversations, completing assignments, and showing appropriate social behavior. As a result, many experience problems successfully interacting with others and learning independently. In this session, we’ll demonstrate intervention strategies to help adolescents better regulate and direct their thinking, language, behavior, and emotions.
You will be able to:
- explain the relationship between language and self-regulation
- identify at least three intervention strategies to improve self-regulation skills
- describe two strategies to monitor progress and use data to inform intervention decisions
- explain how self-regulation relates to the Common Core State Standards
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10/12/2013 to 3/18/2014