2012: My Favorite Posts of the Year

2012: My Favorite Posts of the Year

…rs as well as a few of my own. There will be a link and a snippet from the post here, but please visit the full article! Without further ado… 1. Shepherding the Flock: Supporting New School Counselors  Darrell Sampson – From The Counselor’s Office Think back to when you first started your job as a school counselor.  For some, that may have been 20 years ago.  For others, that may have been last week. &nb…

Taking back your time: Flipping your counseling sessions with Screencast-O-Matic

Taking back your time: Flipping your counseling sessions with Screencast-O-Matic

…#8217; hands on their own time. I want to thank Erin Mason and Franciene Sabens (et al.) for writing up a great article that can be found in the most recent ASCA School Counselor Magazine for getting me to sit down and write this post that has been stewing for a bit of time. Be sure to check out their blogs: SCOPE and School Counselor Space. I find great joy in taking back bits of time to put towards student contacts One of the best things about…

Dress the Part – Guys Gotta Look Good Too…

Dress the Part – Guys Gotta Look Good Too…

…s – well Jeremy…here ya go. I guess getting voted best dressed at school qualifies me to write this article, but take from it what you will! While each person’s style is their own and what looks good on Hugh Jackman may (or most likely) not be what looks good on me – you can take some great tips for finding high quality clothing for less! First stop is looking at your school and office culture. Does your office, school or…

Follow-Up: My Interview Kit

Follow-Up: My Interview Kit

…view (and the cost factor), I decided to go the CD route for my digital portfolio and ended up buying some labels and disc jackets for one district (with more people). I spent ~$12 on both the CD labels and disk jackets, but it creates a professional looking product. Imagine if you just wrote your name on the CD with a Sharpie. I also used Avery’s website label developer to integrate the background from my portfolio onto the disc label

eLearning Software – Interactive is key.

…es, and demanding a higher level of interactivity in their lives — how can we keep up? Edudemic posted an article claiming that one possible solution can be to integrate interactive courseware into the curriculum. You can read the entire posting by following the link here or at the bottom of this post. “Interactive courseware allows students to actively participate in the learning process and retain the knowledge learned through the u…

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