Tag: compassion

7 Ways to Support Students’ Mental Health

Between the social-emotional post-pandemic catch up, global uncertainty and dangers, and the greater academic stresses in our more competitive world, students are more debilitated than ever by external stress factors. To accommodate students’ increased stress levels, schools can expand social-emotional learning programs, make a greater effort to recognize signs of trauma and behavioral changes in students, provide mental health support for students, and support mental health professionals in academic environments. 

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6 Ways for Students to Overcome Stress and Anxiety

No matter how hard we try, stress is part of everyday life. Stress can manifest itself in many different ways, like when your elementary school student says that he or she is sick and does not want to go to school or when your high school student can’t focus on his or her schoolwork or struggles to sleep at night. Anxiety is often caused by increased social and academic expectations, overscheduling, less downtime and family together-time, as well as internal expectations that each student sets for him or herself. 

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A Tech Free Summer

Raising children in today’s technology saturated world can be challenging. Kids today spend an enormous amount of time on digital devices, playing games, watching videos,

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