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What Can I Control?Counseling Activity to Explore Realm of Control

Use this art activity in your group counselor or classroom guidance lessons to help students explore their realm of control

We all have students who want to control everything: their neighbor's behaviors, their teacher's time, their parents' jobs, EVERYTHING! Helping students understand what they can and cannot control isimportant not only for academic success but for emotional well-being too. Trying to control things outside of their control can leave them feeling anxious, overwhelmed, and unable … Continue reading What Can I Control?Counseling Activity to Explore Realm of Control

What Can I Control? A Simple Visual Activity for School Counseling

We all have students who want to control everything: their neighbor's behaviors, their teacher's time, their parents' jobs, EVERYTHING! Helping students understand what they can and cannot control is important not only for academic success but for emotional well-being too. Trying to control things outside of their control can leave them feeling anxious, overwhelmed, and … Continue reading What Can I Control? A Simple Visual Activity for School Counseling

4 Tips for Using Interactive Notebooks in School Counseling

  When I first started doing classroom guidance, I often had handouts or small crafts for students to complement my lessons, but where did they end up afterward? On a bulletin board for a while? Shoved in a backpack? Maybe a desk or *cringe* even the floor? I wanted a better way for students to … Continue reading 4 Tips for Using Interactive Notebooks in School Counseling

5 Ideas for Building School-Community Engagement

Getting students involved with the community is a wonderful strategy for boosting academic success, teaching students about the world of work, and improving positive behaviors. Building community involvement through the school can take many forms, both student-led and community leader-led. In this post, I'll discuss 5 ways to get your students involved with community members … Continue reading 5 Ideas for Building School-Community Engagement