The Components of self-regulation; sensory, processing, executive functioning, emotional regulation, and social cognition are defined and explained. In addition, the relevance of self-regulation to school performance and over-all life functioning is highlighted.
The connection between self regulation and behavior is provided in this section. There is a variance in how students are able to effectively regulate in relation to the demands that are placed on them in a school setting. Understanding how students self-regulate will help to provide a logical response to the associated behaviors.
This section provides a guideline on how to present the zones lessons. The toolbox concept is connected to individual tailored strategies which facilitate a self-regulated state where learning can occur.
This section of the training describes how the Zones of Regulation curriculum can be taught or incorporated into various different learning routines in the classroom.