The chart I made for our little man based off The Alert Program / How does your engine run?

The chart I made for our little man based off The Alert Program / How does your engine run?

This assists children in monitoring, maintaining, and change their level of alertness.

This serves as a visual that children can use to monitor, maintain, and change their level of alertness. The Alert Program, is a tool that allows children to learn strategies for self regulation.

Have you heard of the Alert Program®? It helps kids become more self-aware and gives them the tools they need in order to regulate their bodies. Make a meter for your child's engine, and ask them, "how is your engine running?" Here is a very basic overview: "too low" means they are tired or bored, "too high" means they are excited or too silly, and if they are in the "just right" zone that means they are in control of their body and ready to listen and learn! #classroommanagement #selfre

self-regulation language and cues - working well with Year 2 in local schools currently, still to try with younger age groups

Self Regulation poster - how does your engine run - excellent interesting article student self regulation

Self-regulation: Can it help kids behave better in school?

What skills are necessary for your students to acquire in order to be good employees? Self Regulation poster - how does your engine run - excellent interesting article student self regulation

Self Assessment and Self Regulation System for Children with Special Needs. Kind of a spin on the How Does Your Engine Run? program.

Visual Prompts, Schedules and Supports

A therapist and teacher can use this scale to first teach emotions, strategies, and self-reflection, and then teach the child to apply these...

Self Regulation Scale - This scale integrates elements from the 'How does your engine run?' program with emotional states and specific strategies -worded with person statements encouraging more independence with self-regulation in the classroom.

Alert program for kids with PDD or ADHD ... how does your engine run... For self recognition Change how alert you are by... Put something in you mouth, move, touch,look or listen

Alert program for kids with PDD or ADHD . how does your engine run. For self recognition Change how alert you are by. Put something in you mouth, move, touch,look or listen

This chart is very simple. You can post it on your board or on the wall in your room. It lists several coping skills (self-management, self-regulation) that you can teach to your students. They are extremely useful ways for students to calm themselves down without making noise or getting out of their seats.

This chart is very simple. It lists several coping skills (self-management, self-regulation) that you can teach to your students. They are extremely useful ways for students to calm themselves down without making noise or getting out of their seats.

10 FUN Games to Practice Self Regulation Skills (No Equipment Needed) - Your Therapy Source

10 FUN Games practice self regulation skills in children - the games require no equipment or preparation. They make great brain breaks too!

Ready, Set, Learn Adapting the Alert Program in the classroom

Alex discusses a survey by SLP great Wayne Secord, and her first days in a new school district!

How Does Your Engine Run?: A Leader's Guide to the Alert Program for Self Regulation

How Does Your Engine Run?: A Leader's Guide to the Alert Program for Self Regulation

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