Developing Self-Regulation Skills Through PBL – Pt 3: Emotional Skills (PracticingPBL #16)


Brad joins Ginger in-house again for Part Three of Developing Self-Regulation Skills. Brads work teaches PBL teachers how to help children and adults develop better self-regulatory skills for better lives on down the road. In PBL, students are intentionally put into situations and challenges that help them learn to take responsibility for their own actions and involvement in life. This intentionally causes some levels of stress, but done in a safe environment where they can learn to develop lifelong skills. However, are these skills being taught intentionally or accidentally?

IMG_9061In this third of 4 podcasts, Brad continues to help us see a well-researched and designed path that will help students develop Emotional skills, which address the identification and expression of feelings. He also shares how we can work to instill a sense of empowerment and responsibility for our own emotions.

Brad Chapin

Blog: http://psychchallenge.blogspot.com/
Website: www.selfregulationstation.com
Facebook: Challenge Software & Self-regulation Training
The Challenge Software Program at www.cpschallenge.com

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