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Teacher uses "mood notes" to help students open up about their feelings

CBS News Friday, 10 May 2019
In this installment of our School Matters series, we look at how educators tackle mental health in the classroom. Advocacy groups say in a given year, nearly one in five adults experience mental illness. Jamie Yuccas shows us how one Northern California teacher is encouraging students to reveal their own struggles through a simple exercise.
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News video: Fremont Teacher's Post-It Note Board Prompts Students To Open Up About Mental Health

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A Fremont teacher is using a simple tool to get her students to open up about their personal struggles. Reporter Jaime Yuccas says the "Post-It Note board" is making a big difference. (5/10/19)

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