Supporting student mental health through distance learning
Posted by Multibriefs on August 4, 2020
By Alyssa Abel
Students have faced multiple hurdles throughout the current pandemic. Some of them saw their prom and graduation dreams shattered, struggled with their grades during online learning, or missed out on the comforting social interaction of attending school. Others postponed their plans to go to college or don’t know what next year will bring for their college applications.
How can you support student mental health while teaching virtually? While distance learning does present unique challenges, the following activities can help you better care for your students.
Activities and Resources for Students
You can provide support through what you do in class and give parents and students the outside resources they may need. Here several ways to support your students’ mental health throughout the pandemic.
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