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    • Ebony Hutchin, Mat Grandin & Katie Smith
    •  A mental illness characterised by feelings of fear  Impacts 14% of Australians, making it the most common mental illness  Between 2-9% of children have an anxiety disorder in Australia
    • Summary  Anxiety often manifests through behaviour  Behaviours can be both positive and negative  Avoidant behaviours are particularly common  All types of anxiety tend to impact upon social interaction. Teaching Strategies  Explicit instruction in self-regulation and other management strategies.  May require you to teach, or support what has been taught.  ‘Social Stories’ can be a helpful tool
    • Summary  Reluctance to ask for assistance, elevated need for verbal reassurance, communication apprehension.  Higher risk of remaining unnoticed  Lower perceived self-competence and temperamental flexibility Teaching Strategies  Communication books  Alternative communication strategies eg colour coded mood cards  Explicitly teach recognition of anxiety symptoms and strategies to communicate these feelings
    • Summary  Anxiety disorders are often exacerbated by a sensory overload  The smallest smells, sights and sounds can over- stimulate the senses.  Children with Anxiety disorders can be fearful of situations which may overload the senses. Teaching Strategies  Introduce student to safe sensory areas such as a sensory room, where a child can experience sensory stimulation on their own terms.  Create a seating plan for the student, such as away from windows, in order create a safe sensory environment.  Maintain a classroom environment without excessive sensory stimulation, such as too much noise.
    • Summary  Trembling, dizziness, sweating, muscle tension  Comorbidity with functional semantic syndromes  Panic attacks Teaching Strategies  Safe spaces  Stress management skills eg meditation and time management  Panic attack action plan
    • Summary  Children with Anxiety disorders often find concentration difficult in and outside of the classroom.  Children with Anxiety disorders regularly find remembering even basic instructions difficult.  Memory and concentration are both effected in similar ways. Teaching Strategies  Work with parents/guardians to create strategies to aid memory, such as reminders written in a diary.  Work one on one with student to create a more relaxed environment where concentration can become more organic and not so forced.  Planned rest breaks, to reduce cognitive overload, which allow students to employ anxiety reducing strategies and refocus their attention.
    • Summary  Anxiety has no direct bearing, but cognitive implications may also impact here  Decreased working memory, fatigue, work/school avoidance can all impact on literacy and numeracy Teaching Strategies  Explicit quality criteria and time frames  Explicit, accessible instructions  Instruction on managing anxiety  Intensive programs for improving foundational skills
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