Most middle schoolers have not mastered the self-regulation skills they need for distance learning, but these simple strategies can help.
For tweens and young teens, navigating distance learning this school year will require an array of skills they might not yet have developed. Without the rules and routines of a physical classroom—the external “regulatory systems” that allow kids this age to learn from watching peers and teachers—middle school students will need extra help to build up the self-regulatory skills needed to “set themselves up for success physically, materially, and emotionally.”
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