Self-Regulation Snap Shots

from the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation
Desiree Murray & Katie Rosanbalm
2018

FPG's Desiree Murray and Duke Center for Child and Family Policy's Katie Rosanbalm co-authored these free snap shots for practitioners and educators to use for each of six developmental phases. Each snap shot provides a review of key concepts; a listing of the skills developing in that phase; an image of how co-regulation looks in that phase; a review of lessons learned about interventions to promote self-regulation; key considerations for promoting self-regulation in that phase, and more.

Self-Regulation Snap Shot #1: A Focus on Infants and Toddlers

Self-Regulation Snap Shot #2: A Focus on Preschool-Aged Children

Self-Regulation Snap Shot #3: A Focus on Elementary-Aged Children

Self-Regulation Snap Shot #4: A Focus on Middle-School Aged Youth

Self-Regulation Snap Shot #5: A Focus on High-School Aged Youth

Self-Regulation Snap Shot #6: A Focus on Young Adults

See also these seven Self-Regulation Briefs, as well as Self-Regulation and Toxic Stress, a series of four interrelated reports.

All of these materials are available for re-use at no charge and without permission.