Midland County Educational Service Agency

Professional Development 

When: 8:00am, November 5, 2019
Where: Bullock Creek High School Auditorium – 1420 S Badour, Midland, MI 48640

Event Information:

Offered by the Midland County ESA.  Training is offered at no cost for staff of any Midland County school.  

Self-regulation is the one mental process that override obstacles hinder planning, attention, learning, memory and the coping skills required for students to achieve immediate goals and long-term success.  Without the skills to self-regulate, students will succumb to the whim of every thought, distraction, emotion, and desire.  The lack of self-regulation is the root of many of the behavioral and academic issues education faces today.  The development of self-control enables students to transcend life’s obstacles an engage in new skills that promote academic success (Inzlicht, Bartholow, & Hirsh, 2015).  Therefore, educators need to know how to promote self-regulation in order to maximize student achievement.  Come learn the key steps identified by neuroscience to promote self-regulation.  The steps identified in the research have been found to help students placed at-risk by life’s circumstance to experience life success.  Areas covered in training include:

  1.  Understanding student behavior
  2. Keys to improving school climate
  3. Promotion a positive social culture
  4. Motivating the unmotivated
  5. Building skills that improve behaviors and academic performanc

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