Social Skills Email Series
Love these tips - so helpful! Ten skills I'm definitely teaching my kid today. They're so cute, I'm even hanging them on fridge!
ZOOM Scavenger Hunt
Have fun with your students while doing a zoom chat amp doing a scavenger hunt. I did a Zoom scavenger hunt with my students one night. It was a Blast! They went around their house to find diffe
Early Elementary Counseling: What Are Things I Can Control & I Can't Control
This activity teaches kids how to identify whether something is within their control or not, which can be useful for kids with anxiety, anger, lack of focus, motivation, or other social & emotional concerns. There are 3 separate sets of instructions for individual counseling, small groups, and ...
Scholarship Essay Cheat Sheet for Students - FREE PRINTABLE
The Scholarship Essay Cheat Sheet will help students write winning essays as they are trying to win money for college. FREE - DOWNLOAD NOW!
Job Interview Advice for Teachers | Cult of Pedagogy
What do principals look for when interviewing prospective teachers? Five administrators share their own personal Do's and Don'ts of the teaching job interview.
10 Fun Ways to Connect with Students
We have always known kids really enjoy the social interaction they have at school, and for some kids, this social connection fuels learning. But today’s health crisis has forced us to interact with students online exclusively, and we now realize that we might be doing this a bit longer than we had anticipated.
12 Awesome Classroom Activities That Teach Job Readiness Skills
Motivation, self-confidence, flexibility, teamwork, negotiation skills, respect…. Want to see more of these characteristics in your students? Find out how here. These soft skills are great for high school teachers and students.
Awesome Chart for Teachers- Alternatives to Traditional Homework ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
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My Worry Cup Worksheets
My Worry Cup WorksheetsDrawing out feelings is a nonthreatening way of approaching students with big emotions. Students can write their worries in each drop and demonstrate the size of their worries. Counseling professionals can help kids identify which situations may be bigger or smaller than wha...