Providing emotional support
Encourage the student to use self-calming or anxiety-reducing techniques that were taught by a counselor or therapist. Allow the student to have a self-calming object or family pictures on hand. Build in “call home” breaks (for students with separation anxiety).
Table of Contents
- 1 How do you accommodate students with anxiety in the classroom?
- 2 What do you say to students with anxiety?
- 3 What are the 3 different strategies mentioned to cope up with anxiety?
- 4 What are grounding techniques for anxiety?
- 5 How can schools help students with anxiety?
- 6 What are 5 ways to deal with anxiety?
- 7 What are 504 accommodations for anxiety?
- 8 How do you help students who are struggling?
- 9 What’s the 333 rule for anxiety?
How do you accommodate students with anxiety in the classroom?
Examples might include a walk down the hallway, getting water, standing outside the classroom door for a few minutes, completing coloring pages in the back of the room, or using a mindfulness app with headphones. Breaking down assignments into smaller pieces. Modified tests and homework.
What do you say to students with anxiety?
Tips for Talking to Students with Anxiety and/or OCD Take their concerns seriously. Offer validation and acceptance. Do not “call out” your student in front of the entire class. Encourage your student to tell you if they are struggling. Develop a game plan with your student. Be mindful of how you communicate.
What are the 3 different strategies mentioned to cope up with anxiety?
Exercising regularly, eating balanced meals, getting enough sleep, and staying connected to people who care about you are great ways to stave off anxiety symptoms.
What are grounding techniques for anxiety?
Once you find your breath, go through the following steps to help ground yourself: 5: Acknowledge FIVE things you see around you. 4: Acknowledge FOUR things you can touch around you. 3: Acknowledge THREE things you hear. 2: Acknowledge TWO things you can smell. 1: Acknowledge ONE thing you can taste.
How can schools help students with anxiety?
Classroom Setup, Routines, and Schedules
Provide the most comfortable classroom seating to the anxious student (such as near a friend). Create a plan for catching up after a sick day or extended absence. Provide advance notice of changes in routine, such as planned substitute teachers.
What are 5 ways to deal with anxiety?
5 Ways to Cope With Anxiety Start with a ‘growth’ mindset. Some people have a fixed mindset. Notice what anxiety feels like for you. Get to know the body feelings that are part of anxiety. Take a few slow breaths. Talk yourself through it. Face the situation — don’t wait for anxiety to go away.
What are 504 accommodations for anxiety?
If a student qualifies for a 504 plan for anxiety, the school then puts in place supports and accommodations to help. This might mean frequent breaks, a quiet test room, or something else — whatever helps the student fully participate at school.
How do you help students who are struggling?
Five principles for supporting struggling learners Know individual students. Effective teachers know their students. Plan according to the developmental levels of students. Model instruction and follow up with students. Assess students throughout the lesson. Provide consistent one-on-one or small group interventions.
What’s the 333 rule for anxiety?
Follow the 3-3-3 rule.
Look around you and name three things you see. Then, name three sounds you hear. Finally, move three parts of your body — your ankle, fingers, or arm.