Effect of Self-Regulating Behaviour on Young Children’s Academic Success
This article leads to several conclusions regarding self-regulation in young children which does affect academic outcomes for those who transition to formal schooling from a preschool environment. Herein we argue that children who are good self-regulators will realize greater academic success than those who cannot self-regulate in the later elementary grades. These conclusions are noteworthy given the importance placed on self-regulatory behaviour by teachers, particularly in the Early Learning Kindergarten (ELK) program where students must interact through open play with peers. The ability to self-regulate in this environment allows students to work collaboratively with others and problem solve without the intervention.
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