As the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation continues to evolve, many of our students are in crisis, particularly those facing acute housing/food insecurity and mental health issues. Students in general are dealing with high levels of anxiety, isolation, and unpredictability — as are we. Remaining connected to our students and providing them with stable, thoughtful support is essential. But how do we do so in the best way, and ensure that we take care of ourselves in the process?
On Friday March 27, we discussed supporting students through crisis with experts who shared actions you can take immediately. We have included the recording below in case you missed it.
As we learn more about the COVID-19 pandemic, InsideTrack's Crisis Support Services team will be adding resources that we have found to be more relevant to students, their families, staff, faculty and surrounding communities.
We’re creating a library of on-demand training videos to help support students in this time of crisis.
How to evaluate all facets of a student's situation
Go-to student support techniques for times of change and uncertainty
Five techniques for staying calm, focused, and well in stressful times.
Three tips for engaging students in times of crisis
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