Presentation Title

Power of Self-Regulation: Helping Children Manage Emotions, Impulses, and Behavior

Presenter Information

Cheryl TurnerFollow

Primary Presenter Brief Bio

Cheryl is a seasoned teacher trainer who brings passion, personality and extensive experience in the field of education to each and every training or presentation. Cheryl combines humor and "hands on/minds on" learning with practical strategies and relevant content knowledge. She conducts professional development workshops and trainings on a variety of topics, to include positive discipline, classroom management, building classroom community, differentiating instruction, language and literacy development, dual language learners, critical thinking skills and play based learning, to name a few. Cheryl works with the K-12 educator population as well as early childhood educators, directors and caregivers working with infants, toddlers and preschoolers. Here's the big idea: Helping build better teachers is the key to empowered teaching, inspired learning and student success.

Type of Presentation

Regular Session

Location

Room 2911

Topic Category

Strand 2: Nurturing Healthy Children

Targeted Age Group

Elementary/Afterschool, Kindergarten, Preschool

Targeted Audience

Child Care Center, Family Child Care, After-School Providers

Brief Session Description

It’s a common sight to see a child laughing gleefully at a funny face or to suddenly run up to you and give you a hug. Children, especially young ones, are known for their spontaneity and unrestrained expressions of their feelings. In other words, they can be quite impulsive. In some cases, children’s impulsivity can be humorous or endearing. In some cases, though, it can become annoying, distracting, or may cause harm to them or someone else. You can teach children impulse control if you take the right approach. Start by introducing strategies for impulse control, providing teachable moments, establishing expectations, and modeling self-control.

Full Session Description

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Start Date

28-1-2017 3:00 PM

End Date

28-1-2017 4:30 PM

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Power of Self-Regulation: Helping Children Manage Emotions, Impulses, and Behavior

Room 2911

It’s a common sight to see a child laughing gleefully at a funny face or to suddenly run up to you and give you a hug. Children, especially young ones, are known for their spontaneity and unrestrained expressions of their feelings. In other words, they can be quite impulsive. In some cases, children’s impulsivity can be humorous or endearing. In some cases, though, it can become annoying, distracting, or may cause harm to them or someone else. You can teach children impulse control if you take the right approach. Start by introducing strategies for impulse control, providing teachable moments, establishing expectations, and modeling self-control.