Students may be struggling with all the changes in response to coronavirus. As you interact with them, you may need some resources that aid communication each day. These decision trees give you symbol-supported ways to explore students’ physical and emotional states and help them deal with sadness and frustration.
I Don’t Feel Well
Discuss some ways that students may feel sick.
How Are You Feeling?
Help students express their emotions.
When I Feel Sad
Give students options for improving their mood.
When I Am Frustrated
Present constructive ways for students to handle frustration.
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