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Hurricane Sandy – Communicating With Students After a Disaster

 
 

 

 

Hurricane Sandy not only caused a lot of physical damage, it left thousands of school children feeling fearful and vulnerable and uncertain about the future. Kate talks about how we can communicate with students after a natural disaster such as Hurricane Sandy and what educators can do to ease the experience of students affected by the storm.

Watch as Kate shares insights into communicating with students after a disaster!

 

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  1. srikanta chattopadhyay says:

    Sharing of “Communication,Hurricane Sandy by Jonathan Yunger”might boost up the mental strength of our school kids also in case of alike natural calamity in our country. Thanks to J.Yunger.

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