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Self-Regulation

Self-Regulation refers to how people manage energy expenditure, recovery and restoration in order to enhance growth. Effective self-regulation requires learning to recognize and respond to stress in all its many facets, positive as well as negative, hidden as well as overt, minor as well as traumatic or toxic.

Dr. Stuart Shanker’s Self-Reg program focuses on working towards a vision of calm, alert children, youth and adults flourishing in physically and emotionally nurturing environments. 

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Early Learning Programs

MFNERC’s Early Learning program works in partnership with Manitoba Education and Training. Their Early Childhood Education unit has created many helpful resources that we are happy to share here.

On February 8, 2017 Dr. Kimberly Schonert-Reichl presented a keynote address at the First Nations Early Learning Conference. It included examples of…

MFNERC’s Early Learning Program works in partnership with Manitoba Education and Training. Their Early Childhood Education unit has created many helpful resources that we are happy to share here.

Manitoba First Nations Guide to Support Early Learning provides a foundation for early learning programs and initiatives within Manitoba First Nations.

Self-Regulation refers to how people manage energy expenditure, recovery and restoration in order to enhance growth. Effective self-regulation requires learning to recognize and respond to stress in all its many facets, positive as well as negative, hidden as well as overt, minor as well as traumatic or toxic.