Geekly Update – Join me on Facebook!

The Counseling Geek – Now on Facebook! Wanted to share with you that you can now connect with The Counseling Geek via Facebook. I am not a huge fan of the monster that is Facebook, but do see the value of it for things like schools and bloggers. I still refuse to use it personally, but I know it is the second most popular site in the world and want to offer connectivity to all users. So if you would like to follow updates and other…

Keys to Communication – Boost Your Electronic Communication Skills with TACT

Keys to Communication – Boost Your Electronic Communication Skills with TACT

…fashion. Plan a time to send out a weekly or bi-weekly email blast and stick to the schedule. That way readers are expecting it. Communication does not stop and it is a constant game to play – I usually tweet and Facebook for work from home. One reason is because I have bigger things to do at work and another is because Facebook is blocked at work. Wrap it up already… This post is not very concise, but I also know my…

10 Insanely Easy Ways to Infuse Technology in Your School Counseling Program

10 Insanely Easy Ways to Infuse Technology in Your School Counseling Program

…related to that topic will appear. Further Reading: The Beginner’s Guide to the Hashtag (Source: Mashable) 3 Twitter Hashtag Mistakes That Make You Look Like A n00b (Source: Adrian Jock’s Internet Marketing Tips) Facebook: I don’t use Facebook to connect with my personal friends – I use it strictly for professional purposes. It is rich with professional growth opportunities. The places to look include Facebook Pages of…

Follow-Up: My Interview Kit

Follow-Up: My Interview Kit

…kets, 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. I printed address labels with the title of the disc and my contact info to put on the jacket. I am pretty happy with the turn out. 3. Letters of Recommendation: I included the standard three letters in all of the…

The Counseling Geek Interview Series: @Prof_Polzin

The Counseling Geek Interview Series: @Prof_Polzin

…, you can comment below or send her a tweet to @Prof_Polzin. I would love to hear back from people with other specific questions you would like to hear answers for in upcoming interviews – comment, tweet me, or leave a Facebook note with your questions and I will be sure to get that into our next interview over Skype with @SchCslgByHeart. The blog author, Jeffrey Ream M.S, PPS, writes for The Counseling Geek. Connect with Jeff via email,…

August #SCCHAT Transcript – Supervising School Counseling Interns

August #SCCHAT Transcript – Supervising School Counseling Interns

…e SCOPE Facebook Page. Danielle is a K-12 Certified School Counselor, Nationally Certified Counselor, and blogger at School Counselor Blog, a place where school counselors share innovative ideas,  creative lesson plans,  and quality resources. Connect with Danielle via email, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Google+, and become a fan of the School Counselor Blog Facebook Page. The blog author,…

5 (more) Top ASCA Tips for the Noob 2.0 – #ASCA15

5 (more) Top ASCA Tips for the Noob 2.0 – #ASCA15

…and resources from home! Tip 4: Join the conversation My fourth tip is to join the conversation through social media during and after #ASCA15 (that is the yearly conference hashtag). If you just search #ASCA15 in Twitter or Facebook, you can follow nearly any conference session you may not be able to be in.* This is great because many folks, especially on Twitter, will “live tweet” key points from different sessions – this way…

ASCA 2013 and My July Recap

ASCA 2013 and My July Recap

…he meaningful things that I got from the breakout sessions and time networking with some new and alll my digital friends. Hands down my favorite part of ASCA 13 was getting to meet many of my fellow bloggers and many Twitter/Facebook friends. I am not going to go into a long review of each breakout session I went to because if you are on Twitter, you got a live tweet of almost all of the breakout sessions throughout the conference on #ASCA13….

ASCA Specialist Certificate Programs: A Review

ASCA Specialist Certificate Programs: A Review

The American School Counselor Association Specialist Programs Perusing Facebook and Twitter – I see more and more questions about the growing list of School Counselor Specialist Certificate programs offered by The American School Counselor Association’s ASCA U. Questions range from “is it worth the money and time” to “how much did you learn from the program” – I will aim to answer both about the two I…

Using Eventbrite in Your School – The Easy Event Management App

Using Eventbrite in Your School – The Easy Event Management App

…nding on the school you go to). Good stuff. Oh and these questions – you can sort and export reports that give you all this good info later. Another part of step 2 is the event promotion. Eventbrite lets you connect to Facebook and a number of other apps. You can also email invites out, create widgets to embed on your website (see the one above on this very page for example) and track where people are learning about this event by using…

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