I believe it is important as a school counselor to help students find their voice. I like to listen to what they have to say. Middle Schoolers are very insightful young people. They still have a sense of fairness and responsibility, yet they still are full of innocence and youth.
Yesterday I told you all about the BYOU magazine (including a chance to win a 1 year subscription). Today I want to show you a lesson idea that I got from reading the magazine. I asked the girls to think about themselves, what they loved, and what makes them who they
I love my Twitter and Facebook Professional Learning Communities. I can’t tell you how fabulous it is to share ideas, get advice and provide support. In January I tried a new venture with my PLC: a lesson plan exchange. We had over 36 counselors come together from all over
Check out the sale on February 27th and 28th! My products are all 20% off . Be sure to check out Teachers Pay Teachers. I know there are some products other counselors have in their TpT stores that I will be purchasing during this big sale. It’s a great time to
A lot of people have asked for this BINGO game. When I first posted it last year, I did know that I had mistakes in it: words duplicated on boards, missing emotions for the calling cards, some calling card emotions were listed twice. . .Anyway, I have added more boards,
We finished this Lunch Bunch Project just before break, but I have not been able to post until now. We made these these little books for each student. I gave each student an envelope with their name on it and blank note pages inside(I used my Big Shot and a
Data. Data. Data. We are all concerned about gathering data, utilizing data, and making improvements to our program based on data. I have gathered data over the years I worked in high school. I can tell you how many students have gone to college, our average SAT verbal score and