Kansas Technical Assistance System Network (TASN)
provides technical assistance to support school districts’ systematic implementation of evidence-based practices.

Exploring Instructional Activities for Teaching Self-Regulation: Virtual, 6-week, interactive course


July 12, 2021 from 12:00 to 10:01 am

Kansans Can Competency Framework

Course Description: This facilitator-led course, which runs from July 12 - August 20, is designed for teachers to better understand instructional activities to teach self-regulation, either in core content or other applicable areas. Through this interactive course, educators will be provided the knowledge and resources to learn self-regulation practices for any content area. Each week, instructional activities will be reviewed and then discussed with colleagues, with facilitation from a Recognized Trainer. Course activities are asynchronous and can be done anywhere at any time of day.

Materials that will be provided for this class include lessons: Noonan, P. M. & Gaumer Erickson, A. S. (2019). Teaching self-regulation in middle and high school classrooms (2nd ed.) [Teacher lessons and student workbook]. Retrieved from https://nge.selz.com/.

Course completers will earn 18 CEUs with an option to receive one graduate credit hour from Baker University (additional $70 payment is required; details provided during the course).

NOTE: Please ignore the date/time information provided through the TASN website. Limitations of the registration system require this information, but Week 1 activities can be completed anytime between July 12 and July 16. Information on accessing the course materials will be provided via email a week prior to the start date. 

Learning Objectives

At the end of the course, educators will be able to:

  1. Describe the key components of self-regulation.
  2. Assess student self-regulation knowledge and skill using curriculum-reference and performance-based assessment techniques.
  3. Analyze self-regulation instructional activities, and plan application to promote students’ self-regulation within your course content or setting.
  4. Prepare to teach and provide feedback to students on performance related to self-regulation.
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Details

Time July 12, 2021 from 12:00 to 10:01 am
Check In at [Not Applicable]
Ignore time details. The course runs July 12 - August 20.
Format Meet Online
18.0 Professional Learning Contact Hours
Provider(s) Kansans Can Competency Framework
Contact Pattie Noonan
pnoonan@ku.edu
7859796889
Trainer Cindy Schultz
Kansas Competency Trainer
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