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Free Resources: Infographics, Toolkits, and Handouts


Notice.Talk.Act.™ at School has released these free resources to help teachers, school staff and parents promote the well-being of students, families, and colleagues during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

  • The Notice. Talk. Act. at Home Coping Skills Resource helps parents and caregivers trying to navigate heightened levels of stress. This resource will help families better understand common signs of stress, offer ways to manage stress, and an example of how you can plan stress relief activities for the whole family. Click to download or print:

  • The Notice.Talk.Act.™ at School Distance Learning Infographic helps school staff members better understand how they can Notice changes in a students behavior during distance learning, when to engage in a conversation, and what potential action steps they should take. It follows our Notice. Talk. Act.™ approach for schools. Click to download or print: 

  • The Notice.Talk.Act.™ at Home Infographic helps parents/guardians/caregivers better understand how they can notice changes in family member’s behavior, when to engage in a conversation, and what potential action steps they should take. It follows our Notice. Talk. Act.™ approach for homes. Click to download or print: 

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  • What do Disruptive Behaviors Indicate? This resource provides community members with an overview of how schools tend to approach disruptive behaviors, the harmful impacts of zero tolerance polices, and a potential solution in how schools can view disruptive behaviors as a sign for support not discipline. Click to download or print: 

To learn more about Notice. Talk. Act.™ at School and to bring the curriculum to your school, please contact us

 

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