Self-regulated learners are connected, self-aware, self-determined, strategic and resilient. Our five-component model of self-regulation is unique in its scope and direct application to learning. Learn more about these five components – watch the video on the right.

Our approach to self-regulated learning relies on a set of low-lift strategies that are integrated within the learning environment – to help students become independent, resilient learners.

Current Projects

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Self-Regulated Learning Project

We are developing screening and formative measures that assess a student’s daily self-regulation status and that measure changes in self-regulation over time. With these tools, teachers can become more aware of their students’ needs to create safe, positive, and responsive systems in their classroom.

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Every Child Ready to Learn

Our Every Child Ready to Learn project provides ongoing support to early care providers in Idaho who serve young children from low income backgrounds. Together, training specialists from LPLC work with early care providers to ensure that all children have access to high quality early learning experiences.

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