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A positive focus school-to-home communication form provides a structured way for the student to recall and report positive aspects of the school day to her family.
There’s a student in my class who tends to focus only on the “bad” things that happened during the day. She then goes home and becomes upset as she relives the negatives with her mother. Is there anything I can do to help her see that there are many positives in the school day?