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Remembering September 11/TIPS

NEA and the NEA Health Information Network have created a special Remember September 11th Web site. This site draws on the creative inspiration of NEA members and partners in educational excellence, including NASP. It brings together in one place an abundance of ideas, lesson plans, discussion points, and much more to help young people learn from the September 11 tragedy.

Source: NASPOnline (National Association of School Psychologists)

Tips for Teachers 

Schools have played an important role in helping students, staff, and families cope with their reactions to September 11. An anniversary of the attacks, which will coincide with the return to school, is likely to be a significant event throughout the country. Once again, teachers and other school staff will be expected to help students cope during a potentially difficult period while, at the same time, transitioning into a new school year.

The "anniversary effect" can cause intense feelings and reactions in children and adults, particularly those who suffered a personal loss from or exposure to the tragedy. How schools choose to mark the events can shape the impact of the experience. The following suggestions can help school staff best meet the needs of their students and school community.

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Tips for Students

The anniversary of September 11 is likely to be an important time. What happened last year was frightening, even if you weren

Tips for Parents

The first anniversary of September 11 is likely to be a significant event throughout the country. While most people have overcome their reactions to the attacks, the anniversary of the tragedy may re-awaken intense feelings in both children and adults. This is particularly true for individuals who were directly impacted by the events. Parents should be prepared to help their children cope during the potentially difficult period leading up to and immediately following the anniversary

SPANISH TIPS FOR PARENTS

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Remembering September 11/Tips

      Remembering September 11/TIPS

      NEA and the NEA Health Information Network have created a special Remember September 11th Web site. This site draws on the creative inspiration of NEA members and partners in educational excellence, including NASP. It brings together in one place an abundance of ideas, lesson plans, discussion points, and much more to help young people learn from the September 11 tragedy.

      Source: NASPOnline (National Association of School Psychologists)

      Tips for Teachers 

      Schools have played an important role in helping students, staff, and families cope with their reactions to September 11. An anniversary of the attacks, which will coincide with the return to school, is likely to be a significant event throughout the country. Once again, teachers and other school staff will be expected to help students cope during a potentially difficult period while, at the same time, transitioning into a new school year.

      The "anniversary effect" can cause intense feelings and reactions in children and adults, particularly those who suffered a personal loss from or exposure to the tragedy. How schools choose to mark the events can shape the impact of the experience. The following suggestions can help school staff best meet the needs of their students and school community.

      1.   Don

      Tips for Students

      The anniversary of September 11 is likely to be an important time. What happened last year was frightening, even if you weren

      Tips for Parents

      The first anniversary of September 11 is likely to be a significant event throughout the country. While most people have overcome their reactions to the attacks, the anniversary of the tragedy may re-awaken intense feelings in both children and adults. This is particularly true for individuals who were directly impacted by the events. Parents should be prepared to help their children cope during the potentially difficult period leading up to and immediately following the anniversary

      SPANISH TIPS FOR PARENTS

      Es probable que el primer aniversario del 11 de septiembre sea un evento de mucho significado en todo el 
      pa

      Remembering September 11/Tips

          Remembering September 11/TIPS

          NEA and the NEA Health Information Network have created a special Remember September 11th Web site. This site draws on the creative inspiration of NEA members and partners in educational excellence, including NASP. It brings together in one place an abundance of ideas, lesson plans, discussion points, and much more to help young people learn from the September 11 tragedy.

          Source: NASPOnline (National Association of School Psychologists)

          Tips for Teachers 

          Schools have played an important role in helping students, staff, and families cope with their reactions to September 11. An anniversary of the attacks, which will coincide with the return to school, is likely to be a significant event throughout the country. Once again, teachers and other school staff will be expected to help students cope during a potentially difficult period while, at the same time, transitioning into a new school year.

          The "anniversary effect" can cause intense feelings and reactions in children and adults, particularly those who suffered a personal loss from or exposure to the tragedy. How schools choose to mark the events can shape the impact of the experience. The following suggestions can help school staff best meet the needs of their students and school community.

          1.   Don

          Tips for Students

          The anniversary of September 11 is likely to be an important time. What happened last year was frightening, even if you weren

          Tips for Parents

          The first anniversary of September 11 is likely to be a significant event throughout the country. While most people have overcome their reactions to the attacks, the anniversary of the tragedy may re-awaken intense feelings in both children and adults. This is particularly true for individuals who were directly impacted by the events. Parents should be prepared to help their children cope during the potentially difficult period leading up to and immediately following the anniversary

          SPANISH TIPS FOR PARENTS

          Es probable que el primer aniversario del 11 de septiembre sea un evento de mucho significado en todo el 
          pa

          Remembering September 11/Tips

              Remembering September 11/TIPS

              NEA and the NEA Health Information Network have created a special Remember September 11th Web site. This site draws on the creative inspiration of NEA members and partners in educational excellence, including NASP. It brings together in one place an abundance of ideas, lesson plans, discussion points, and much more to help young people learn from the September 11 tragedy.

              Source: NASPOnline (National Association of School Psychologists)

              Tips for Teachers 

              Schools have played an important role in helping students, staff, and families cope with their reactions to September 11. An anniversary of the attacks, which will coincide with the return to school, is likely to be a significant event throughout the country. Once again, teachers and other school staff will be expected to help students cope during a potentially difficult period while, at the same time, transitioning into a new school year.

              The "anniversary effect" can cause intense feelings and reactions in children and adults, particularly those who suffered a personal loss from or exposure to the tragedy. How schools choose to mark the events can shape the impact of the experience. The following suggestions can help school staff best meet the needs of their students and school community.

              1.   Don

              Tips for Students

              The anniversary of September 11 is likely to be an important time. What happened last year was frightening, even if you weren

              Tips for Parents

              The first anniversary of September 11 is likely to be a significant event throughout the country. While most people have overcome their reactions to the attacks, the anniversary of the tragedy may re-awaken intense feelings in both children and adults. This is particularly true for individuals who were directly impacted by the events. Parents should be prepared to help their children cope during the potentially difficult period leading up to and immediately following the anniversary

              SPANISH TIPS FOR PARENTS

              Es probable que el primer aniversario del 11 de septiembre sea un evento de mucho significado en todo el 
              pa

              Remembering September 11/Tips

                  Remembering September 11/TIPS

                  NEA and the NEA Health Information Network have created a special Remember September 11th Web site. This site draws on the creative inspiration of NEA members and partners in educational excellence, including NASP. It brings together in one place an abundance of ideas, lesson plans, discussion points, and much more to help young people learn from the September 11 tragedy.

                  Source: NASPOnline (National Association of School Psychologists)

                  Tips for Teachers 

                  Schools have played an important role in helping students, staff, and families cope with their reactions to September 11. An anniversary of the attacks, which will coincide with the return to school, is likely to be a significant event throughout the country. Once again, teachers and other school staff will be expected to help students cope during a potentially difficult period while, at the same time, transitioning into a new school year.

                  The "anniversary effect" can cause intense feelings and reactions in children and adults, particularly those who suffered a personal loss from or exposure to the tragedy. How schools choose to mark the events can shape the impact of the experience. The following suggestions can help school staff best meet the needs of their students and school community.

                  1.   Don

                  Tips for Students

                  The anniversary of September 11 is likely to be an important time. What happened last year was frightening, even if you weren

                  Tips for Parents

                  The first anniversary of September 11 is likely to be a significant event throughout the country. While most people have overcome their reactions to the attacks, the anniversary of the tragedy may re-awaken intense feelings in both children and adults. This is particularly true for individuals who were directly impacted by the events. Parents should be prepared to help their children cope during the potentially difficult period leading up to and immediately following the anniversary

                  SPANISH TIPS FOR PARENTS

                  Es probable que el primer aniversario del 11 de septiembre sea un evento de mucho significado en todo el 
                  pa

                  Remembering September 11/Tips

                      Remembering September 11/TIPS

                      NEA and the NEA Health Information Network have created a special Remember September 11th Web site. This site draws on the creative inspiration of NEA members and partners in educational excellence, including NASP. It brings together in one place an abundance of ideas, lesson plans, discussion points, and much more to help young people learn from the September 11 tragedy.

                      Source: NASPOnline (National Association of School Psychologists)

                      Tips for Teachers 

                      Schools have played an important role in helping students, staff, and families cope with their reactions to September 11. An anniversary of the attacks, which will coincide with the return to school, is likely to be a significant event throughout the country. Once again, teachers and other school staff will be expected to help students cope during a potentially difficult period while, at the same time, transitioning into a new school year.

                      The "anniversary effect" can cause intense feelings and reactions in children and adults, particularly those who suffered a personal loss from or exposure to the tragedy. How schools choose to mark the events can shape the impact of the experience. The following suggestions can help school staff best meet the needs of their students and school community.

                      1.   Don

                      Tips for Students

                      The anniversary of September 11 is likely to be an important time. What happened last year was frightening, even if you weren

                      Tips for Parents

                      The first anniversary of September 11 is likely to be a significant event throughout the country. While most people have overcome their reactions to the attacks, the anniversary of the tragedy may re-awaken intense feelings in both children and adults. This is particularly true for individuals who were directly impacted by the events. Parents should be prepared to help their children cope during the potentially difficult period leading up to and immediately following the anniversary

                      SPANISH TIPS FOR PARENTS

                      Es probable que el primer aniversario del 11 de septiembre sea un evento de mucho significado en todo el 
                      pa

                      Remembering September 11/Tips

                          Remembering September 11/TIPS

                          NEA and the NEA Health Information Network have created a special Remember September 11th Web site. This site draws on the creative inspiration of NEA members and partners in educational excellence, including NASP. It brings together in one place an abundance of ideas, lesson plans, discussion points, and much more to help young people learn from the September 11 tragedy.

                          Source: NASPOnline (National Association of School Psychologists)

                          Tips for Teachers 

                          Schools have played an important role in helping students, staff, and families cope with their reactions to September 11. An anniversary of the attacks, which will coincide with the return to school, is likely to be a significant event throughout the country. Once again, teachers and other school staff will be expected to help students cope during a potentially difficult period while, at the same time, transitioning into a new school year.

                          The "anniversary effect" can cause intense feelings and reactions in children and adults, particularly those who suffered a personal loss from or exposure to the tragedy. How schools choose to mark the events can shape the impact of the experience. The following suggestions can help school staff best meet the needs of their students and school community.

                          1.   Don

                          Tips for Students

                          The anniversary of September 11 is likely to be an important time. What happened last year was frightening, even if you weren

                          Tips for Parents

                          The first anniversary of September 11 is likely to be a significant event throughout the country. While most people have overcome their reactions to the attacks, the anniversary of the tragedy may re-awaken intense feelings in both children and adults. This is particularly true for individuals who were directly impacted by the events. Parents should be prepared to help their children cope during the potentially difficult period leading up to and immediately following the anniversary

                          SPANISH TIPS FOR PARENTS

                          Es probable que el primer aniversario del 11 de septiembre sea un evento de mucho significado en todo el 
                          pa

                          Remembering September 11/Tips

                              NEA and the NEA Health Information Network have created a special Remember September 11th Web site. This site draws on the creative inspiration of NEA members and partners in educational excellence, including NASP. It brings together in one place an abundance of ideas, lesson plans, discussion points, and much more to help young people learn from the September 11 tragedy.

                              Source: NASPOnline (National Association of School Psychologists)

                              Tips for Teachers 

                              Schools have played an important role in helping students, staff, and families cope with their reactions to September 11. An anniversary of the attacks, which will coincide with the return to school, is likely to be a significant event throughout the country. Once again, teachers and other school staff will be expected to help students cope during a potentially difficult period while, at the same time, transitioning into a new school year.

                              The "anniversary effect" can cause intense feelings and reactions in children and adults, particularly those who suffered a personal loss from or exposure to the tragedy. How schools choose to mark the events can shape the impact of the experience. The following suggestions can help school staff best meet the needs of their students and school community.

                              1.   Don

                              The anniversary of September 11 is likely to be an important time. What happened last year was frightening, even if you weren

                              The first anniversary of September 11 is likely to be a significant event throughout the country. While most people have overcome their reactions to the attacks, the anniversary of the tragedy may re-awaken intense feelings in both children and adults. This is particularly true for individuals who were directly impacted by the events. Parents should be prepared to help their children cope during the potentially difficult period leading up to and immediately following the anniversary

                              Es probable que el primer aniversario del 11 de septiembre sea un evento de mucho significado en todo el 
                              pa

                              The Families and Work Institute has developed a series of 16 age-appropriate lesson plans to help educators address the 9-11 anniversary with their students. The 9-11 as History program includes four lessons each for grades PreK-2nd, 3rd-5th, 6th-8th, 9th-12th that are linked to national education 
                              standards.

                          REMEMBERING SEPTEMBER 11, 2001

                          The Families and Work Institute has developed a series of 16 age-appropriate lesson plans to help educators address the 9-11 anniversary with their students. The 9-11 as History program includes four lessons each for grades PreK-2nd, 3rd-5th, 6th-8th, 9th-12th that are linked to national education 
                          standards.

                      REMEMBERING SEPTEMBER 11, 2001

                      The Families and Work Institute has developed a series of 16 age-appropriate lesson plans to help educators address the 9-11 anniversary with their students. The 9-11 as History program includes four lessons each for grades PreK-2nd, 3rd-5th, 6th-8th, 9th-12th that are linked to national education 
                      standards.

                  REMEMBERING SEPTEMBER 11, 2001

                  The Families and Work Institute has developed a series of 16 age-appropriate lesson plans to help educators address the 9-11 anniversary with their students. The 9-11 as History program includes four lessons each for grades PreK-2nd, 3rd-5th, 6th-8th, 9th-12th that are linked to national education 
                  standards.

              REMEMBERING SEPTEMBER 11, 2001

              The Families and Work Institute has developed a series of 16 age-appropriate lesson plans to help educators address the 9-11 anniversary with their students. The 9-11 as History program includes four lessons each for grades PreK-2nd, 3rd-5th, 6th-8th, 9th-12th that are linked to national education 
              standards.

          REMEMBERING SEPTEMBER 11, 2001

          The Families and Work Institute has developed a series of 16 age-appropriate lesson plans to help educators address the 9-11 anniversary with their students. The 9-11 as History program includes four lessons each for grades PreK-2nd, 3rd-5th, 6th-8th, 9th-12th that are linked to national education 
          standards.

      REMEMBERING SEPTEMBER 11, 2001

      The Families and Work Institute has developed a series of 16 age-appropriate lesson plans to help educators address the 9-11 anniversary with their students. The 9-11 as History program includes four lessons each for grades PreK-2nd, 3rd-5th, 6th-8th, 9th-12th that are linked to national education 
      standards.

REMEMBERING SEPTEMBER 11, 2001

The Families and Work Institute has developed a series of 16 age-appropriate lesson plans to help educators address the 9-11 anniversary with their students. The 9-11 as History program includes four lessons each for grades PreK-2nd, 3rd-5th, 6th-8th, 9th-12th that are linked to national education 
standards.