Students come to school from diverse circumstances, and enter the classroom in a range of emotional states. This can depend on their home environment, and biological processes such as sleep and nutrition. Engaging in self-regulation activities at school helps students manage energy and stress, so they are ready to learn. It is effective to check-in with students about their emotions each day, and to prompt them to use self-regulation strategies to maximize their learning potential.
Time required: 5-10 minutes.
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