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


September 13, 2021 from 10:00 to 10:01 am

Kansans Can Competency Framework

Course Description: This facilitator-led course, which runs from September 13 - October 22, 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 $80 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 during the week of September 13. This course is asyncronous, so you can engage whenever it fits within your schedule each week. 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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Time September 13, 2021 from 10:00 to 10:01 am
Check In at [Not Applicable]
Ignore time details. The course runs September 13 - October 22..
Format Meet Online
18.0 Professional Learning Contact Hours
Provider(s) Kansans Can Competency Framework
Contact Amy Gaumer Erickson
agaumer@ku.edu
785-8646268
Trainer Amy Gaumer Erickson
Kansas Competency Trainer
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