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Keeping routines can provide comfort and security when outside events feel scary, uncomfortable and very unpredictable. How to Apply It! 1) During stressful times, children find comfort in structure and certainty. 2) Create a daily pattern of events that... View More

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Study Skills & Tools Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Anxiety Flexible Thinking Self-regulation Social Awareness

Stress balls and fidget toys are a great way to channel excess energy or anxiety. How to Apply It! There are plenty of non-disruptive objects for fidgety fingers and hands that you can use in the classroom while listening to the teacher without disturbing o... View More

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Anxiety Self-regulation Attention

The 5-4-3-2-1 coping technique is a common one to relieve stress in the moment or avoid unwanted thoughts and can easily be done in a classroom setting. How to Apply It! 1) As with any stress reliever, the first step is to control your breathing. Breathe in... View More

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Anxiety Self-regulation

WHAT IT IS Everyone struggles with anxiety at times, especially before a big test or project is due. The good news is that some anxiety can be good for you, helping to motivate you to get your work done well. However, too much anxiety can begin to interfere... View More

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Anxiety

Students with anxiety benefit from regularly scheduled breaks, that include structured, goal-oriented activities so they can relax while avoiding negative thinking. How to Apply It! 1) Identify a motivating, simple activity that your student enjoys that al... View More

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Universal Design for Learning Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Anxiety

Students who struggle with test or performance anxiety benefit from writing about their most important values and best traits before the test. How to Apply It! Teachers can do this with the entire class before handing out the test or parents can try doing t... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Anxiety Self-regulation

Help students who struggle with transitions by giving them the extra time and support they need to handle any frustration or disappointment until they learn how to effectively handle transitions on their own. How to Apply It! 1) Manage expectations. Studen... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset Universal Design for Learning All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Anxiety Flexible Thinking Self-regulation Organization

It's important to learn to accurately self-assess what you know for a test, so you can determine if you need to study more or finish up and get a good night sleep. How to Apply It! 1) After you study, take a break of about 30 minutes. Come back and writ... View More

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