Episode 6

Building Self Regulated Learners


October 4th, 2020

49 mins 37 secs

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About this Episode

Self-regulated students are strong learners that are more equipped to navigate the challenges of life outside K-12 education. Kareem and Zach are joined by Moira Mazzi to talk about how they use the Modern Classrooms model to develop self-regulated learners both in-person and remotely.

Show Notes

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The Lecture-Less Classroom: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Student Autonomy by Modern Classrooms educator and podcast guest Moira Mazzi

How to Help Middle School Students Learn to Work Independently by Modern Classrooms educator Ryan Steinbach

Helping Students Develop Executive Functioning Skills from Edutopia

Reflections on Shifting to a Flexible Classroom from Edutopia

Examples of student-facing and public pacing trackers; guidance for using public pacing trackers in the classroom.

Moira, our guest, referenced a few items from her classroom she uses to help build self-regulation in her students:

What do Modern Classrooms units look like K-12? Check out examples here.

Two monitoring services mentioned:
Go Guardian
Hapara for GSuite

Here are the two tools mentioned for staying in touch with students and families: