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Simple and Effective Strategies to Support Young Children’s Self-Regulation

Monday, October 16, 2023 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

Calm and in Control

Presented by Julie Tourigny, OTD, MS, OTR/L, Director, Colorado Center for Pediatric Learning and Development
Moderated by Jennifer Lewis, President, Gryphon House, Inc.

Sponsored by Gryphon House

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Hello early learning specialists and educators! Do you have students who just can’t seem to manage their emotions? Who can’t seem to sit still? Who would rather get a laugh from a classmate than pay attention? These students may be struggling with self-regulation. This edWebinar focuses on teaching simple and effective strategies to help preschool- and kindergarten-aged children learn to regulate their emotions throughout the school day. The presenters will talk about what self-regulation is and how to create a nurturing learning environment that supports all children as they learn how to remain calm and in control of their thoughts and actions.

Designing a classroom environment that encourages young children to develop strong self-regulation skills requires intentional thought and planning. This edWebinar provides simple activities and strategies that can be embedded throughout the day to help preschool and kindergarten students learn how to regulate their emotions. The presenters will explore strategies that teach and support self-regulation skills including:

  • Classroom design
  • Modeling
  • Co-regulation
  • Identifying feelings
  • Open-ended play
  • Sensory inputs

Attendees will learn when and how to implement these strategies during the school day so that each student learns how to self-regulate to the best of their ability. This edWebinar will be of interest to PreK and kindergarten teachers, librarians, special education specialists, occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists, and school and district leaders. There will be time for questions at the end of the presentation.

Julie TourignyAbout the Presenter

Dr. Julie Tourigny is the Founder and Director of the Colorado Center for Pediatric Learning and Development. She has dedicated her educational and professional careers to developing cutting-edge strategies and programs that promote the vital sensory, motor, and social-emotional skills young children need for success in school. Dr. Tourigny’s experience and history show that with the right methods, all children have the capacity to be competent and successful students, regardless of socioeconomic, cognitive, or other challenges they may face.

She is the author of Organized and Engaged: Simple and Effective Strategies to Support Executive Function, Calm and In Control: Simple and Effective Strategies to Support Young Children’s Self-Regulation, and the Letter Leaders Handwriting Program. She has developed and taught courses on topics related to sensory processing, self-regulation, executive function, and handwriting nationwide for the past two decades. After receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in occupational therapy at Boston University, Dr. Tourigny went on to earn her Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver, a master’s in therapeutic studies, and a doctorate in occupational therapy from Boston University.

Jennifer LewisAbout the Moderator

Jennifer Lewis is the President at Gryphon House, Inc., the leading publisher of educational resources for teachers and parents.

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Monday, October 16, 2023
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3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
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