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Developing self regulation through the Engage program
Duration: Approx. 45 min
A significant part of an educator’s role in early childhood education is to support children’s development of self-regulation. But how does this happen? And what is our role as educators in this?

Watch Jimmy McLauchlan, lead researcher to learn about “The ENGAGE Program.” This approach develops children’s self-regulation skills through intentional play – with skills and games grouped into three domains: emotional (feeling), cognitive (thinking), and behavioural (doing). ENGAGE games are played for about 30 minutes a day, with an intentional focus on supporting children to develop vital self-regulation skills that they need to thrive at school and later lead healthy and fulfilling lives as adults.
Presented by Jimmy McLauchlan
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What others have to say about this webinar  

Great overview to program. Seems simple and effective
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We implemented the engage program last year, I just wanted to refresh myself with the how and why of Engage. 
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Loads of information in this webinar thank you so much 
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About the Webinar Presenter

Jimmy McLauchlan
Chief Development Officer at MMS & NEXT Foundation Fellow

Jimmy is responsible for the development and funding of innovative, evidence-based social service and education programmes, including; self-regulation and oral language initiatives for preschool children, virtual reality foundation education programmes for prison learners, modified e-therapies for mental health, transitional youth housing models, data-driven social service delivery, and community impact models.

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