I am not quite sure about you, but when I got my Masters for school counseling – I didn’t realize how much event (and test) coordination would tag along with the job. I typically dread processing registrations, sign ups and getting info out to attendees for things like parent nights, test prep workshops, and most recently – a community college case study. It just wears on you.
Luckily, I rediscovered and re-purposed a great online program (and yes – there is an app for that) that takes 75% of the headache of event planning away!
How to use YouTube Live as a school counselor and educator. A wonderful, free way to increase participation in your events [VIDEO BLOG]
Introducing LifeLaunchr: A New Resource for Parents, and Students (Guest Post) – check out a new tool for students, parents and school counselors.
How a bi-weekly meeting helps support our most at-promise students.
School counselors, as you likely know, are busy creatures. We have our hands in 20 different things at one time and our attention is pulled in 10 different ways. We often must prioritize our actions and activities to ensure our students are served and our jobs get done. We are not always good at it – this post will help with that!
Check out this summer of 2016 shopping list to grab some great school counseling gear for the upcoming school year!
Come and take a look at the ins and outs of running The Counseling Geek. Mostly financial outs this year, but take a look at where things are going and coming in.
Rest is an essential school counseling trait – but many of us are horrible at it. Being an unrested school counselor is asking for trouble. Go ahead & rest.