A collaborative blog written by school counselors, school psychologists, and school social workers.

November 11, 2016

Five Friday Finds: Data in School Counseling

Google Form School Climate Survey from Counselor Up Be Data Inspired: Using EzAnalyze TimeTracker by The Counseling Geek  Editable Individual Behavior Plans with Data Tracking from Social Emotional Workshop The Use of Data in School Counseling by Trish Hatch School Counseling Data Specialist course from ASCA

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November 4, 2016

Five Friday Finds: Cyber Bullying

  Great print and go resources to use in classrooms and small groups. Cyber Bullying Handouts,Visual Aids, and Activities from Counselor Keri.  Cyber Smarts Bundle from Carol Miller, The Middle School Counselor.  Cyber Bullying Scoot Game from School Counseling is Magical  Internet Safety, Social Media, Technology Addiction and Online Reputation from The Counseling Teacher Cyber […]

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October 21, 2016

Five Friday Finds for October 21

Check back every Friday or on Facebook to see what we found this week. NPR Article – Sixth Grade is Tough; It Helps to be ‘Top Dog’ Do your students love Emojis? Check out the Feelings Game and Activities from School Counseling Confessions. 5 Minute Film Festival: Turning Bystanders into Upstanders against Bullying For Halloween: The Horror […]

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October 17, 2016

School Wide Bullying Prevention and School Counselors

School counselors serve as experts on school-wide approaches to prevent bullying and encourage a positive school climate. Check out how some Confident Counselors encourage anti-bullying efforts and our favorite resources to carry over their tips. (Pssst. Don’t forget Unity Day on 10/19 and Mix it Up Day on 10/25) “Teach bullying awareness lessons in all classrooms at […]

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October 17, 2016

Bully Nation

The B-Word by Laurie P. Mendoza, MA, CAGS I’d like to recommend a book that has changed the way I look at the issue of bullying and aggression at my school.  Turn on the news, listen to discussions among parents and school staff, or think of how often kids say to you, “He’s bullying me!”  […]

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September 16, 2016

September Blog Run Down

School Counseling Blog Posts

Blog Posts for School Counselors From all reaches of the interwebs and school counseling offices large and closet-sized, our round-up of September Blog posts from some brilliant, confident, gorgeous counselors, teachers, and parents. New Students & Small Groups How to Welcome New Students from Exploring School Counseling. Jeannie has a simple free activity that you can […]

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