Following Your Favorite School Counselor Blogs – Feedly, Bloglovin, and Email

Following Your Favorite School Counselor Blogs – Feedly, Bloglovin, and Email

…l be pleased with the experience. Bloglovin: Another popular reading tool If feedly is not quite for you – there are quite a few school counselors out there that use Bloglovin to follow their favorite school counseling bloggers. Using the same RSS feed as feedly, Bloglovin is a website and set of mobile apps that helps you gather all of your feeds into one place. Another great feature is that it helps you find other blogs similar to what…

Welcome!

Welcome!

…his blog that I will include snippets for every level of professional — from techno-head to n00b (or a person new to the idea…if you didn’t know what this meant, you may be one). As you are checking out the blog entries, please feel free to explore my professional portfolio. In future blog posts, I will be explaining how to build a site like mine, utilize other tools like podcasting, powerpoint tips, and creating screencasts of…

School Counseling Technology – An Overview and Introduction (Video Blog)

…(where this site is hosted), Counseling Time and Statistics programs, Powerpoint, Being Internet Safe and Savvy, The Cloud, Utilizing Ipads or Tablets in the Classroom, and others. For more video blogs or to view this Video Blog posting on YouTube, please visit (& Subscribe for updates): http://www.youtube.com/user/TheCounselingGeek How to start implementing technology in your counseling program series: Most are nerveous about how to…

School Counseling Technology Series – Google Docs Part 1 (Video Blog)

This week’s entry in the School Counseling Technology Series will cover part one of the Google Docs tutorial I have planned for you. This is a (most likely) two part video blog covering the different aspects of Google Docs, how we can use these powerful tools as educators, and a quick tutorial on how to use each program within Google Docs. Google recently changed their Google Docs to Google Drive, which has a…

The 2013 Geeklie Awards

The 2013 Geeklie Awards

…onstant professional development through social media. The dedication to our profession is apparent through Jeremy’s work and I thank him for that. Who will get next year’s Geeklie Awards? Perhaps you? If you don’t blog already – I could not recommend it more. It is easy, fun, and will connect you with many resources. Want some tips on how to do it and are going to ASCA 2013? Check out the Get Your Blog On session on…

Finding the balance – What is your school counseling style?

Finding the balance – What is your school counseling style?

…issing something and should be more warm and fuzzy. I know that is not my personality, and I can be warm and fuzzy, but it is not my natural tendency. I have to learn to embrace this, practice my less natural skills and keep building my strengths. It’s about finding a balance I have zero research-backed data on this, let’s call it a hunch, but from the anecdotal evidence of talking with colleagues and following along on the school…

3 Years Ago Today…

3 Years Ago Today…

…e to write, but if I left you out – please know that I appreciate you very much. I look forward to seeing as many of you IRL at ASCA or throughout the year as I can. So…what’s to come? Contrary to what many blogs on blogging would say – I don’t tend to plan much of my content out or have a “posting schedule”. I tend to have an idea for a post and start working on it as it comes. I hope to provide some…

7 Tips for Managing Your School Counseling Appointments

7 Tips for Managing Your School Counseling Appointments

…o make their appointments. Nor are they the ones following up, taking their appointment calls or playing phone tag. You don’t have to either. Taking your appointments to the next level Watch the following YouTube video blog I created to guide you through the background and features of the tool that I depend on to manage my appointments – ScheduleOnce. Please share, comment, and subscribe to get all the greatest and latest from the…

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