Impact on Learning

“Yeah, it was hard because I couldn’t concentrate on my work, and if I was reading, I would read the words but I wouldn’t read the story. I would think about something else and I couldn’t concentrate.” (Student)

This module addresses the impact of grief on learning. Temporary academic challenges are common among grieving students and should be anticipated. Review the module to learn more about proactive steps educators can take to offer support, appropriately modify assignments, and prevent academic challenges from becoming academic failure.

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For more information on supporting grieving children, refer to The Grieving Student: A Guide for Schools by David Schonfeld and Marcia Quackenbush.