Behavior Corner brings you 70 interventions to use with students who show symptoms of anxiety. In addition to overall anxiety symptoms, this product contains interventions specifically for school refusal and separation anxiety.
Increase your students' time in class and time working on academic tasks instead of consumed by their worries. These strategies can also be used as you track RTI interventions for your students.
"Anxiety in School" begins with a one-page 'Read This First" section that describes the best way to use the interventions found in this product. Following this page is an introduction that identifies signs of anxiety and one of the most important things that teachers can do to decrease student anxiety symptoms in their classroom. The introduction page is followed by 13 school refusal interventions, 13 separation anxiety interventions, and 44 overall anxiety interventions. At the end of it all, there are ready-to-use tools that can easily be adapted to fit your students' needs.
Following the intervention sections, you also get a book list recommended for students battling anxiety. As a bonus, there are 5 on-the-spot anxiety interventions that can be used to help a student in the moment of experiencing heighten anxiety. These are a must-have list of strategies to help students regain calmness to plan for future coping skills.
Lastly, this product contains an example of an exposure hierarchy and a list of proven coping skills to get you started. The use of exposure hierarchies are highly recommended in helping people overcome their anxieties one step at a time.