For Teachers: How to Prepare for School
As you prepare for back to school, we know you’re probably experiencing feelings of anxiousness and uncertainty. Anxiousness about your health, and the health of your family and students. And uncertainty about how you can continue to be an effective educator amidst constantly changing back-to-school models and the addition of online learning. Here our behavioral health experts have provided tips and resources for you to start the school year off right.
Supporting Students This School Year
Kids will have varying levels of understanding about the pandemic and the changes to school routines and safety procedures. Here are some tips on how to talk to them.
Tips for Teachers In this Uncertain School Year
One of the biggest challenges for many educators right now is how to handle the uncertainty around plans for the coming school year. Here are some tips to help.
How Teachers Can Support Other Teachers
It’s so important to have a support system during this time. Turn to other teachers as dependable sources of empathy, understanding and mutual self-care. Here are a few ideas.
Keeping Kids Engaged in Virtual Learning
Let’s face it, making a connection with your students virtually is much more difficult than in-person. Here are some suggestions for how to liven things up and keep kids engaged.