The psychological contingency of risk and protective factors affecting a student's education is nothing new. However, teachers often do not know how to combat the risk factors affecting a child in their own classroom. We can often feel powerless when trying to help a child when the need extends beyond the scope of the classroom. How can you set up protective factors in your classroom for a child at-risk because of ineffective parenting? How can you set up protective factors in your classroom for a child at-risk because of malnutrition or neglect? This PD Worksheet helps to answer these questions and more. Each risk factor is coupled with several suggested protective measures for teachers to take in their classroom. At the end of the worksheet, teachers will reflect on the needs of their own students and think about what they can do to meet those needs in their classroom.