It is integral as a school counselor to have interventions that are effective and ready to go that will benefit all students. Check out the resources within this presentation and explore how you might be able to implement these interventions within your program!
I Can Intervene presentation with linked resources
Why does technology excite me so much? I see technology as a tool that helps break barriers of student engagement, offers students the opportunity to be creative and experience unlimited possibilities. In graduate school I remember writing my technology reflection for my portfolio about how I would utilize technology within my program.
My narrative went something like this,
"I will use technology such as email, Excel and Word for organization, communication and to assist with implementing a Comprehensive School Counseling Program."
Wow! Things have changed! We now have an abundance of tools to help us with implementing our program and to break those barriers of communication to ensure all students can learn.
Take a look at some of the tools I have added and ask yourself how you might do the same!
Colorado Tech Toolbox presentation
How to Twitter
How to Use Google Forms
School Counseling Calendar example
Teaching Calendar example
Mini-Meeting Survey example
School Counseling Support Log
What is Thinglink? It is a web-based tool that enables the user to share images from the web or computer to empower participants to collaborate in conversation and discussion. Once image and link is shared participants may add their own content, links or images by inserting dots, also known as tags. Thinglink is a great cooperative engagement tool. Additionally, it is easy to sign up and to begin creating your own images. Check out my examples!
What do you think? How would you use this in a professional learning? How would you encourage others to use this tool within their classroom?
I hope you are Wildly impressed with Thinglink!
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