According to the author, "Teachers are an invaluable resource for facilitating student development academically—and mentally." Find out the best way to identify and support students with mental illness.
This article, published by the Mayo Clinic, is written for parents who suspect that their child may have a mental illness. It is useful for educators to read this so they are prepared to seek appropriate support for students who are displaying the warning signs.
Take a look at how to address mental illness in elementary school students. You'll learn which disorders are most commonly seen in young students and be introduced to common strategies for supporting student needs
This in-depth resource describes 15 disorders and their symptoms, educational implications, and appropriate instructional strategies. This thorough resource will You'll likely find that this is a go-to resource if you suspect that a student has a mental illness or have a student with an identified mental illness
Just because a student's behavior seems different, doesn't mean that they should be tested for a mental illness. This article discusses the many confounding factors that should be examined thoroughly when you notice a behavior change.