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  • Writer's pictureAlley Dezenhouse Kelner

Connect before you expect


What's the most overlooked aspect of teaching successful self-regulation skills to spirited kids?


🌱It's that connection comes first--it's always through connection that the first

seed is planted.🌱


It's through connection and interaction that kids learn from, and with, the people around them [a little nod to Piaget--if ya know ya know]. From academic to emotional intelligence, our relationships play a vital role in the quality of our learning. So, what's one actionable step you can take today to optimize learning and support your kiddo's [or client's] ability to build self-regulation skills?


🌱Connect BEFORE you expect!🌱




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