KidsHealth provides an outstanding resource in this teacher's guide to stress. The discussion questions included are great for getting students to think about stress. The activities are well-described and address stress in a variety of settings.
A great resource to share with parents because it's brief, but also includes some amazing tips for helping high school students manage their stress. What makes this article so great is the explanation provided for which each technique is recommended.
I like this video by WatchWellCast for a number of reasons. One of which is because it shows students how stress affects their mind and body, as well as gives them practical tips for reducing stress. What I really like, though, is that each technique includes an excellent description of the strategy as well as an explanation of why it works.
An infographic provided on the Sweet and Simple blog that is great for sharing with students around exam time. The tips included range from good foods to eat to lower to stress, to how to manage your time when studying. I definitely recommend sharing this resource with your students as exam time nears.
This OpenColleges web page is an excellent resource because of the number and variety of strategies included for helping your students reduce their stress. Each strategy makes sense and is easy to implement, making this page worth the bookmark!
The strategies included in this resource by the Massachusetts Medical Society Association are perfect for high school students. Designed for teens, the handout is straightforward, practical, and provides teenagers with concrete tips for dealing with the various types of stress they encounter.
This slideshow by Understood is a great way to share stress management techniques for older students with their parents. The presentation is brief, yet the tips make sense and are truly good suggestions.