7 Ways Educators Can Help Students Cope in a Pandemic – ASCD

Under the best of circumstances, children need to know that their world is safe and that they’re competent and worthy of respect. That need for reassurance is exponentially higher in the midst of a global pandemic. Students can’t solve problems, learn, self-regulate, or exhibit empathy or self-compaUnder the best of circumstances, children need to know that their world is safe and that they’re competent and worthy of respect. That need for reassurance is exponentially higher in the midst of a global pandemic. Students can’t solve problems, learn, self-regulate, or exhibit empathy or self-compassion if they’re marinating in fear. Here are seven ways educators can help kids grieve what they’ve lost, cope with uncertainty, and adjust to distance learning in a new reality. #ig #ittakesavillage

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