1. Work With Counselors In Extreme Cases
At times, parents, research, technology and other teachers won’t be enough to come up with an answer. This is when you need to work with a counselor to get things under control. While you spent your time learning how to educate children, they spent their time learning how to help the kids overcome their problems. Anxiety is a common issue and one they are likely going to be more than willing to help you create a plan on. They will likely get involved, talk to the student, and decide what the best course of action is.
Don’t be afraid to throw in your two cents – the things you have learned and know about your students – but also listen to their advice. Work with them, question them, use their knowledge as much as possible until you start to come up with an answer. This is the step that will likely get you past that hurdle that seems to high to leap over. Sometimes you have to step back and let someone else look at the problem with fresh eyes. Then use their insight to guide you forward on a possible new path.