HELPING THE GRIEVING STUDENT
A Guide For Teachers
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Advises teachers, counselors, and administrators on what to do when death affects their students. Five broad sections cover how bereaved students grieve, developmental issues of grieving students, how teachers can help grieving students, how to help students respond to a school-related death, and how to handle deaths with stigmas attached. Testimony from students and anecdotes from teachers and administrators make clear the value of the book’s advice. Includes classroom activities to help students deal with grief. Grades K–12. Suggested readings. Illustrated with student artwork. Dougy Center. 52 pages. Revised edition. ©2004.
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