School Psych Corner: Teacher’s Guide to Anxiety in the Classroom
[Source: Child Mind Institute]
Sometimes anxiety is easy to identify — when a child is too nervous to read aloud or make a presentation in class. Other times anxiety in the classroom can look like something else entirely — an upset stomach, disruptive or angry classroom behavior, ADHD or even a learning disorder. In this guide we outline the types of anxiety that are common in children, and the symptoms of anxiety you might see in your classroom.
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