3313. When Our Students May Be Anxious


 
We may have re-started after Christmas break, in the northern hemisphere.
Something we can now take into account is that maybe we should put some ice-breaking in the classroom. Our students both kids and adults may feel a bit anxious, right? We might introduce some small joke. Or maybe some other empathizing detail.
We have to notice our students’ mood. They may be anxious or otherwise disruptive. In any case we have to manage the classroom, right? Another point we could implement is just telling them how we teachers see them, for them to obtain some feedback about their behavior and attitude. As I said, both if they’re anxious or otherwise disruptive, or both! Are we able to learn about their mood? / Photo from: alfodiregiomagazin hu a rainy day

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