AskERIC has compiled a list of resources for educators and parents to help students cope with and discuss this tragedy. www.eduref.org
Resources that may help teachers, students, and parents from Midlink
America Responds, PBS lesson plans for elementary, middle and high schools
CNN educational Web site for classrooms is offering resources for teachers and parents relating to the attacks
Connect for Kids has gathered a few good resources for adults to help children with their fears and grief.
Eisenhower Clearing House suggested web sites that have information for teachers/parents about how to talk with / work with children
Terrorism and the Classroom, suggestions for classroom activities plus a list of resources from About.com
Helping Children Cope: Teacher Resources for Talking About Tragedy – Education World links to Web resources for helping children cope with crises.
Educators for Social Responsibility (ESR) has developed a free guide called, “Talking to Children about Violence and other Sensitive and Complex Issues in the World.”
The National Education Association has a Crisis Communication Guide, and resources for teachers trying to cope with their own stress and the stress of students.
Coping with Death and Grief, Connect for Kids
Helping Children Deal With Scary News — Thoughts from Fred Rogers
Global SchoolNet has set up space on the web to allow kids around the world to send their messages of hope, support, and condolences to those affected by the September 11th tragedy.
Check the New York City board of education website for a list of NYC schools. You can find their website at http://www.nycenet.edu/ For schools wanting to send letters to NYC schools.
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