Reaching and Teaching Stressed and Anxious Learners in Grades 4–8

ebook Strategies for Relieving Distress and Trauma in Schools and Classrooms

By Barbara E. Oehlberg

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Learn to help students affected by anxiety or trauma with activities designed to restore feelings well-being and foster cognitive skills.
A child in distress will experience problems with attending, focusing, retaining, and recalling information—all critical functions for basic education. Research has shown that reducing anxiety in children can lead to healthier cognitive functions as well as behavioral stability. This book provides a wealth of activities designed for exactly that purpose.
Drawing on current neurological research and brain development literature, Barbara Oehlberg helps illuminate the causes of a student's lack of attention or destructive behaviors. With the wisdom in this important work, teachers can help our children develop new strategies for successful living in a stressful world.

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