Emotional pain (when they came in to visit)
Simple sheet that can be worked through with a pupil to help identify their strengths and the things they enjoy or feel good about. This can then be shared among staff or displayed on their workstation. Plain design with room to personalise with a self portrait.
A sheet like this gives students the chance to reflect on their behavior and the effect it had. The third box allows students to come up with their own improved way of handling the situation in the future. Since they have some say, they are more likely to agree with and stick to the positive behavior. Having a contract like this is helpful for teachers because they can refer back to it and show the child that they signed and agreed to handling the situation in a particular way.
Variations in heart activity: faster, slower, skipping, louder *Feeling light headed and/or dizzy *Labored and impaired breathing *Pain and/or heaviness in the chest *Numbness and/or tingling in the toes, fingers, and scalp *Sweating *Blushing *Feeling weak *Urge to run *Bodily trembling *Voice cracking or trembling *Various pains: back pain, headache *Stomach upset *Urge to urinate or have a bowel movement *Feeling "hyper" *Feelings of head expansion or contraction *Visual disturbances