Wednesday, April 8, 2015

April #SCCHAT Transcript: Evidenced Based School Counseling Conference (EBSC) Re-Cap

The topic of the April #SCCHAT was Evidenced Based School Counseling (EBSC) Conference Re-Cap.  The chat was moderated by:

- Dr. Erin Mason, Counselor Educator extraordinaire and founder of SCOPE, a website dedicated to providing school counselors with quality information about using technology in their practice

- Dylan Hackbarth, high school counselor in Northern Virginia

- Chelsea Rose, high school counselor in Cincinnati, Ohio

- Franciene Sabens, high school counselor in Souther Illinois

- Jeannie Maddox, elementary school counselor in Florida

School counselors shared highlights of the EBSC Conference and benefits of attending.

You can view the transcript below or read the full transcript here. For more information about #SCCHAT and transcripts from previous chats visit: http://bit.ly/scchat-info.

#SCCHAT occurs on the first Tuesday of the month unless otherwise specified. To add the #SCCHAT schedule to your calendar click here.



Join us for our May #SCCHAT on May 5, 2015 at 8pmEST.  The topic is TBA.

Check #SCCHAT schedule for details.

Join School Counselor Blog and SCOPE for #scchat the first Tuesday of the month @ 8pmEST!  For transcripts of previous #SCCHATs, schedules for future School Counselor Tweet Chats, and information on how to participate, visit #SCCHAT Info: http://bit.ly/scchat-info.

If you are interested in moderating a future School Counselor Tweet Chat, direct message me on twitter!

Dr. Erin Mason is a former Middle School Counselor, now Counselor Educator who manages SCOPE, a website dedicated to providing school counselors with quality information about using technology in their practice. Connect with Erin via email, follow her on Twitter, add her on LinkedIn or Google+, and become a fan of the SCOPE Facebook Page.

Danielle is a K-12 Certified School Counselor, Licensed Professional 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 emailTwitterPinterestLinkedInGoogle+, and become a fan of the School Counselor Blog Facebook Page.

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How to Handle Physical Fights at School: Free Spirit Post

In my latest post for the Free Spirit Publishing Blog How to Handle Physical Fights in School, I share measures schools can take to prevent physical violence and fights.



What preventative measures does your school take related to physical fights?

I started writing for Free Spirit Publishing's Blog in April of 2012. Check out the Counselor's Corner for more Free Spirit Publishing Blog Posts by me! I love Free Spirit's books and I am so excited to contribute to Free Spirit's Blog"a springboard of ideas for teachers, counselors, and anyone who cares about kids!"

Comment below, tweetcontact Danielle, or share on the School Counselor Blog Facebook Page!

Danielle is a K-12 Certified School Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), and blogger at School Counselor Blog, a place where school counselors share innovative ideas, creative lesson plans, and quality resources. Connect with Danielle via emailTwitterPinterestLinkedInGoogle+, and become a fan of the School Counselor Blog Facebook Page.



Thursday, April 2, 2015

2015 School Counselor Tweet Up: School Counselor PLN Meet Up at #ASCA15

This year Carol Miller of The Middle School Counselor Blog will be hosting the School Counselor Tweet Up at #ASCA15.  Each year this event has gotten bigger and bigger! If you have the opportunity to go to the ASCA Conference I highly recommend it! I have had such a great time each year. It is a wonderful opportunity to meet your online school counseling colleagues IRL (in real life).

Check out the Smore Flyer below to get more details about the 2015 School Counselor Tweet Up!


Not able to attend #ASCA15 this year? You can still benefit by following the conference backchannel on Twitter! Two years ago school counselors who were not able to attend even started a hashtag #notataASCA13! A #notatASCA14 chat was even hosted this past year! Since I will be very pregnant during the ASCA conference, I plan on living vicariously through conference attendee's tweets in the comfort of my own home.

For ideas of how to make the most of the ASCA Conference if you are in attendance or from home, check out the posts below:

#ASCA14 1st Timer Tips - JYJ Counselor Blog

#notatasca14: Top 5 Tips for the ASCA 2014 Conference From Home - The Spirited School Counselor

ASCA Conference Tips for Newbies - Sassy School Counselor

ASCA Tips for the Noob - The Counseling Geek

Conference with a Difference - SCHOOL COUNSELLOR TALK

Enjoying ASCA14, Whether You're There or Not - School Counseling by Heart

Making the Most of the ASCA Conference - School Counseling on Air Collaboration

Preparing for #ASCA14: Paying & Getting Organized - School Counselor Space

Prepping for a Magical ASCA14 Conference - School Counselor Blog

Why Did I Wait 20 Years to go to ASCA? - The Middle School Counselor

Comment below, tweetcontact Danielle, or share on the School Counselor Blog Facebook Page!

Danielle is a K-12 Certified School Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), and blogger at School Counselor Blog, a place where school counselors share innovative ideas, creative lesson plans, and quality resources. Connect with Danielle via emailTwitterPinterestLinkedInGoogle+, and become a fan of the School Counselor Blog Facebook Page.




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