Create your own Resilient Classroom using this resource and your teens will be developing their coping skills and learning resilience on a daily basis. I find this extremely useful as it allows you to support your students without needing to plan a specialized lesson.
A brilliant lesson plan that is very much student led so you can really focus on the challenges that they are facing. They will feel that they are part of the solution to their worries and realize that we all cope with change in many ways.
Such a simple title, but a very informative article reminding us how we can best help pupils. I have used this guide in many staff meetings in order to make sure all staff are on the same page about how best to support our students.
Use these ten tips as part of a classroom discussion to enable your students to find out what works for them. Whether you use mind maps, private journals, or allowing students to create their own support groups, each of these tips will benefit youngsters.
This article starts by describing how two teenagers manage the same situation, and goes on to offer reasons why each teen coped differently. To me, this article helps remind me to look at the bigger picture and really get to know my pupils. Without really knowing them, faults and all, how are we going to know the best way to support them?