#SCCHAT Transcript: Principal and School Counselor Relationship
This month's tweet chat gave TONS of information and practical ideas about how school counselors can build their relationship with their principal, collaborate, and advocate for their position. This is transcript is must read for school counselors and principals alike! This month's #scchat would also be a great read before interviewing for school counselor positions to give you ideas of how to emphasize school counselors and principals can work together to support student success! Check out the full chat transcript here!
To access all of the tweets with the hashtag #scchat, click here.
The next School Counselor Tweet Chat is on Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 8pmEST. Dr. Erin Mason will be moderating the chat about Recognized ASCA Model Programs (RAMP).
View the 2012 School Counselor Tweet Chat schedule and transcripts here.
We are currently taking moderator submissions for the 2013 Twitter Chat Schedule. If your are interested in being a moderator, please fill out this brief form: http://bit.ly/scchat_mod.
For information on how to participate in a future School Counselor Tweet Chat, click here!
Click here for transcripts of the 2011 School Counselor Tweet Chats.
School Counselor Tweet Chat is a collaboration between School Counselor Blog and SCOPE.
Did you participate in the School Counselor Tweet Chat? What did you think about it? What new ideas did you learn? Comment below or share via twitter #scchat!
Erin Mason is a former Middle School Counselor, now Counselor Educator who manages SCOPE, a group blog dedicated to chronicling the positive impact of School Counseling professionals. 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, 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.