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Interview on SRL and Literacy Development
Every year students enter our classrooms with issues or events that have impacted their executive functioning and ability to self-regulate. The COVID-19 pandemic will likely exacerbate this issue and educators are likely to see a sharp increase in students this fall that will struggle with the ability to self-regulate. Listen to this interview with Dr. Richard Cash as he shares ways to ensure students are ready to learn.
Self-Regulation in the Classroom: Helping Students Learn How to Learn
Self-Regulation in the Classroom: Helping Students Learn How to Learn (Principal Center Radio): Dr. Cash joins Justin Baeder to discuss his book, Self-Regulation in the Classroom
Education Futures Podcast (Self-Regulation in the Classroom)
Self-regulation in the classroom is our focus for this episode. We met up with Dr. Richard Cash to discussion how affect, behavior and cognition have an impact on learning.
Growth Mindset and Literacy Success
Katie and Deanna welcome special guest Dr. Richard Cash to discuss Growth Mindset, the Four Stages of Self-Regulation and how both ideas relate to Literacy Success.
A Bright Minds Balancing Act
Self-regulation is often discussed in the context of emotions. Emily Kircher-Morris talks with Richard Cash, author of “Self-Regulation in the Classroom,” about educational self-regulation. When should we expect students to show signs of maturity that indicate they are ready to learn self-regulation? How can we teach them? Catch the discussion, along with Q&A from listeners, and much more, on episode 16 of Mind Matters.