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USING THE ARTS TO FOSTER EMOTIONAL SELF-REGULATION FOR JUNIOR-INTERMEDIATE STUDENTS WITH ATTENTION AND/OR HYPERACTIVITY CHALLENGES: A MULTIPLE CASE STUDY

26/10/2021
Shelly-Ann McMorris

Purpose of Research:
To examine how experiences with the arts (music, visual art, drama, dance, and media art) can foster emotional self-regulation for students with attention and/or hyperactivity challenges from the perspective of (1)  junior-intermediate teachers and (2) students.

Who Can Participate?
1) Three generalist teachers (grade 4-8) who teach or have taught students with attention and/or hyperactivity challenges. Teachers may teach a variety of subjects however they must use the arts (music, dance, drama, visual art, media art) to support students with attention and/or hyperactivity challenges.

2) Three to nine student participants (grade 4-8) who have attention and/or hyperactivity challenges and enjoy engaging with the arts at school and/or at home.

What is involved?
Teacher participants: 1-hour virtual interview Student participants: 30-minute virtual interview

Location of Study:
VIRTUAL (using Microsoft Teams)

How Can I Join This Study?
Email Principal Investigator, Yaara Docrat.
Email: 13yd6@queensu.ca

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