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Thu, 23 Mar


Zoom workshop

Self- Regulation for At-Risk Students by Brad Chapin

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Self- Regulation  for At-Risk Students by Brad Chapin

Time & Location

23 Mar, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm SGT

Zoom workshop

About the Event


Self-regulation can be defined as the act of managing thoughts and feelings to enable goal directed actions, including a variety of actions necessary for success in school and relationship. Self-regulation helps children and teenagers learn, behave well, get along with others and become independent. At-risk students  often have poor self-regulatory skills that manifest in anti-social behaviour.


  • Calming strategies
  • Moderating the fight/flight stress responses
  • Developing a non-stressed state


  • Managing one’s own emotional response to events
  • Being able to label & describe the intensity of emotions
  • Control &moderate expression of emotions


  • Critical thinking & Self-monitoring
  • Thought modification & Plan responses
  • Process events , Problem solve &
  • Prevent problems


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