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Friday, February 9 • 10:30 - 11:30
Self Regulation in the Classroom: Beyond the Zones

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Our classrooms are filled with fun educational ways to learn and amazing teachers. They are also filled with children. Each child is unique and brings their own set of thoughts feelings and behaviours. More children than ever are being diagnosed with anxiety and ADHD. Schools are working to support teachers in classroom management and supporting students with academic success by implementing school wide programs such as "Alert" or "Zones of Regulation". While these wonderful programs have some great supportive information and will work for the average child, there is a sect of children that require more intervention. These are the truly dys-regulated children. This presentation goes deeper and looks at providing in classroom suggestions for teachers to employ that will help the child that zones is not working for easily. Why? A dys-regulated child cannot use their prefrontal cortex to use the skills that the zones of regulation provides, they are not able to access that part of the brain. Come and learn why, and how to help.


Tammy Auten-Dye

Tammy Auten-Dye is a Psychologist in Central Alberta, who, in addition to other populations, works with children age 4-18 years. Tammy has a private practice in Ponoka Alberta and works with a variety of contracts as well as the Wolf Creek PCN. Tammy is a mother of two beautiful daughter's... Read More →

Friday February 9, 2018 10:30 - 11:30 MST
Shaw CC: Salon 15/16 9797 Jasper Ave
  Early Childhood Services  Learning Resources
  • Chairperson Nichol Goodrich - Wetaskiwin #18
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 60
  • Grade Focus K-3
  • Tags English