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Self-Regulation and Learning sob a perspectiva dos alunos



Os alunos da Maple Bear estão por dentro do projeto “Self-Regulation and Learning”. E os resultados já se mostram positivos! Confira um bate-papo em inglês com o Matteus, do Year 5, e a Ana, do Year 4. 

 

 

Name: Matteus Laranjeira de Freitas (Year 5)

Campus: Santa Lúcia

 

What do you like most about the self-regulation project in Year 5?

I think it is a good project and it helps people to concentrate and learn inside and outside of the classroom.  It gives you strategies to help you when you are angry or tired so you can become calm again.

How are you using the self-regulation strategies in the classroom?

When I am trying to finish my activity and someone is trying to talk to me I feel annoyed and I feel like I am going into the Yellow Zone.  So I ask the person to stop talking to me so I can finish and it helps me to become calm again.

Why do you think it’s important to learn about self-regulation?

I think it is important because when some people are really angry or really tired they don’t know how to become calm again.  They might even get sick and need to take medicine and stay home. So, the self-regulation strategies help them to become calm so they can come back to the classroom.

 

Name: Ana Luisa Casotti de Andrade (Year 4)

Campus: Santa Lúcia

 

What do you like most about learning about self-regulation in Y4?

I like our “Good Choices Project” because it helps the class to stay calm and be a good environment for learning.  Then we can learn more.

How are you using the self-regulation strategies in the classroom?

Sometimes we need to use the S.T.A.R. (Stop, Take a Breath, and Relax) strategy in our class when the class is too noisy or messy and it helps us to become calm and focused again.

Why do you think it’s important to learn about self-regulation?

It is important because when we are adults we might have some problems that make us nervous or angry and we can use our strategies to help us.

 

Matteus e Ana.

Matteus, do Year 5, e Ana, do Year 4. 

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