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Zones of Regulation

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Basic Member
6 years ago
I'm looking for more information on the Zones of Regulation (link: http://www.zonesofregulation.com/the-book.html ), specifically if you have used this resource in your classrooms/schools and how successful have your students been with taking ownership of their strategies.

Much appreciated,

Wendy
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6 years ago
Quote from WendyO
I'm looking for more information on the Zones of Regulation (link: http://www.zonesofregulation.com/the-book.html ), specifically if you have used this resource in your classrooms/schools and how successful have your students been with taking ownership of their strategies.

Much appreciated,

Wendy

Wendy,

I haven't heard about this. Could you give more information?

Full Member
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6 years ago
Quote from WendyO
I'm looking for more information on the Zones of Regulation (link: http://www.zonesofregulation.com/the-book.html ), specifically if you have used this resource in your classrooms/schools and how successful have your students been with taking ownership of their strategies.

Much appreciated,

Wendy

Hi Wendy! I do agree with Mariel as I haven't Heard of the "Zones of Regulation" before and I'd love to read more about it. I visited the link you have provided and it sounds interesting. Can you provide more info? Thanking smiles from Argentina, Maria :)

Basic Member
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6 years ago
This is new learning for me as I have heard of Zones of Regulation. :)

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Basic Member
6 years ago
Your question has sent me on a quest. I am looking for more information about Zones of Regulation. Does anyone know if it has been successful with students with ODD?
Basic Member
1 year ago
It's been 5 years since this last post but I would love to know more. My school system uses it. I've covered a few lessons as a substitute teacher in my school and my autistic son have had wonderful success in his class, in OT and when I implement the program at home.
Full Member
4 months ago
I'm a school social worker and I frequently use Zones of Regulation both with my students and helping teachers implement the zones in their classrooms. Attached is a simple Zones Regulating Tube craft (from an empty toilet paper roll), that each student can make, add a rubber band or hair band to slide up & down into which zone they are currently in.
4 months ago
OMG! This is cute! I will need to find some tubes for my kiddos. Dollar Tree, here I come!!! Thank you for sharing.

Danelle (Danielle)
Full Member
4 months ago
Danelle, I used empty toilet paper rolls (when school is in session, I've also asked custodial staff to save them for me). You can see in the pic the differences between crayon, marker, or colored pencils for coloring of Zone colors on the tubes, & Sharpie marker to write the feeling words. You can also color tubes with Zone colors, then write coping strategies for each Zone.
4 months ago
Nice!!
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