Date: 12/04/19

#SCCHAT Chat Co-Moderators: 

Kristina Holzweiss:  @lieberrian

Lakisha Kidd:  @KiddCounselor15

Q1 Let’s kick off #SCCHAT by sharing your favorite book OR a book you are reading right now!

Q2: What are school counselors and librarians doing to support college or career readiness?

Q3: How are the roles of school counselors and librarians similar?

Q4: Describe ways that school counselors and librarians can collaborate.

Q5: How can school counselors and librarians foster positive relationships between educators, families, and students?

Q6: Share a resource for social-emotional learning.

Q7: School counselors, what advice do you have for librarians?

Q8: Librarians, what advice do you have for school counselors?

Q9: School counselors and librarians are often supporting others. Share your best self-care tips.

Date: 11/14/19 #ESCCHAT Co-moderators: Angela Cleveland & Steve Sharp

Twitter Chat Questions:

What does being a school counselor in the digital era mean to you?

How do school counselors and other educational specialists use technology to empower and advocate for students?

How have you become a more effective, efficient, or engaging counselor by using technology?

How have you used technology to address the variety of needs of diverse families & students?

What are some your favorite digital strategies, tech tools, or resources?

What are the systemic barriers for students to access technology?

How can school counselors promote access to technology and technology-related skills?

Share a success story about using technology in your professional role.

Missed the chat? Catch the recap: bit.ly/ESCCHAT111419 

Digital tools to transform your practice!

Educating students in the 21st century is about more than preparing them for work in the digital age; it's also about connecting with the whole student and transcending barriers. Designed for school counselors and other education professionals, 

Learn how digital tools can be used daily to not only enrich intervention and instruction but also guide decision-making, streamline work, enhance communication, and promote happier students. 

Presentation Provides:

  • a framework for leadership and advocacy through the lens of technology

  • vignettes demonstrating implementation and quotes from students and other stakeholders

  • step-by-step guides

Link to Flyer

Location:    St. Maarten

Audience:   School Counselors (all grade levels) and other student support professionals

Dates:         Two full days of on-site professional development,

                    Three follow up engagements

                    Two follow up on-site professional development

Did you know some of your greatest allies in advocating for computer science (CS) might work right alongside you every day? CS educators across the nation are finding that collaborating with their school counselors yields positive results in directing students to viable education and career opportunities. On January 8 at 7pm ET, we held a webinar with Counselors for Computing (C4C) from NCWIT and discovered key strategies for creating a positive partnership with your counselors for CS advocacy in your school.

Click here to access the recording.

Date: 3/14/18 3-4pm EST

Topic: "Technology Toolbox for School Counselors"

School counselors are facing an increasing number of responsibilities, and technology can help streamline your practice and fulfill your professional responsibilities more efficiently. Learn how free, fun, and easy-to-use technology tools can help you achieve your professional goals.  Focus on free, simple and fun online tools to connect with other school counselors and grow your toolbox of skills.     
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Link to Handout

Computer science is changing everyone’s lives yet few contribute to the technologies and services we all use. Learn about the national Computer Science for All initiative and how school counselors at the vanguard are supporting new courses and viable career pathways so more students get involved in the growing fields of computing.

Pennsylvania School Counselor Association 

Emerging Careers and Advising: How School Counselors Can Prepare Today’s Students for Tomorrow’s Careers

Link to PA State Fact Sheet

Technology Toolbox for School Counselors

Link to PDF

CONFERENCE 2017 October 26 - 28 http://dreamyourworld.org/

Did you know that over half of school-aged children worldwide who are not being educated are girls? That less than 6% of CEO positions in Fortune 500 companies and less than 25% of Parliamentary and Government positions worldwide are held by women? And did you know that women are still paid less than men, 15-20% less in the US and Europe and more in other developed countries? It's time to Dream Bigger.

Topic:  How did a school counselor and a recruiter on opposite coasts join forces to create a powerful change agent? ReigningIt is working to close the equity and gender gap and encourage equal access to STEM.

Link to Video Recording of Presentation

Link to Slides from Presentation

Technology Toolbox and Emerging Careers in Computing - October 2017

North Atlantic Region SCA Leadership Summit

Location: Universal Technical Institute, Norwood, MA

Date: October 19-21, 2017

Emerging Careers in Computer Science: How School Counselors can Prepare Today’s Students for Tomorrow’s Careers

PDF of Presentation

Technology Toolbox for School Counselors

PDF of Presentation

New Jersey School Counselor Association

School counselors are facing an increasing number of responsibilities, and technology can help streamline your practice and fulfill your professional responsibilities more efficiently. Learn how Twitter, Pinterest, Doodle, YouCanBookMe, Powtoon and more can help you achieve your professional goals.
Focus on free, simple and fun online tools to connect with other school counselors and grow your toolbox of skills.

School counselors are facing an increasing number of responsibilities, and technology can help streamline your practice and fulfill your professional responsibilities more efficiently. Learn how Twitter, Pinterest, Doodle, YouCanBookMe, Powtoon and more can help you achieve your professional goals. Focus on free, simple and fun online tools to connect with other school counselors and grow your toolbox of skills.

Montclair State University - June 2017

Technology Toolbox for School Counselors

Careers with Code

Emerging Careers in Computer Science

Review content and collect student data with Kahoot!, a fun, game-based platform you can use to measure student understanding and provide instant feedback. Quizlet is a free website allowing you to track students’ progress with six powerful study and game modes. Collect student data with Socrative, an interactive digital tool that provides instant feedback and allows you to collect data and analyze results to measure student understanding and improve learning.

School counselors are facing an increasing number of responsibilities, and technology can help streamline your practice and fulfill your professional responsibilities more efficiently. Learn how Twitter, Pinterest, Doodle, YouCanBookMe, Powtoon and more can help you achieve your professional goals. Focus on free, simple and fun online tools to connect with other school counselors and grow your toolbox of skills.

NCWIT AIC Awards

April 4, 2017

Kean University

 

Award recipients were selected for their aptitude and interest in IT and computing, solid leadership ability, good academic history, and plans for post-secondary education.

Careers with Code and NCWIT Award Opportunities - February 2017
HackHERS is the annual, women-centric hackathon at Rutgers University, organized by Rutgers Women in Computer Science and The Douglass Project. We want to create a space in which women can explore tech culture and be empowered to create with code, and we invite everyone to help us achieve that.

For 24 hours, students come together and get involved in learning, planning, and developing projects–ranging from web applications to hardware hacks–with the ultimate goal of fostering growth and productivity among women who want to code.

How can we engage the next generation to see how computer science can help young people create a dream career in any vertical, be it health, sports, business, fashion, food, virtual reality and/or other exciting industries?

Careers with Code is a magazine and online resource for anyone interested in future careers that mix computer science with their skills, interests and passion – giving you the skills to change the world!

ReigningIt founders Angela Cleveland and Saqi Mehta are joined by former Rutgers student Sierra Gratale for a round-table discussion about creating a #STEM dialogue inclusive of every woman’s background, experience, and beliefs through stories of #womenintech

Are you looking for a fun, creative, and therapeutic way to make meaningful connections in your individual or group counseling sessions? Look no further!  You can use origami as an ice-breaker, in grief support groups, as a de-stressing coping skill, to practice leadership skills, and more!

School counselors are facing an increasing number of responsibilities, and technology can help streamline your practice and fulfill your professional responsibilities more efficiently. Learn how Twitter, Pinterest, Doodle, YouCanBookMe, Powtoon and more can help you achieve your professional goals. Focus on free, simple and fun online tools to connect with other school counselors and grow your toolbox of skills.

Review content and collect student data with Kahoot!, a fun, game-based platform you can use to measure student understanding and provide instant feedback. Quizlet is a free website allowing you to track students’ progress with six powerful study and game modes. Collect student data with Socrative, an interactive digital tool that provides instant feedback and allows you to collect data and analyze results to measure student understanding and improve learning.

Building the Future features Startups, Entrepreneurs, Investors, and others helping to make our world a better place.

ReigningIt is building an inclusive, caring community of support for women in STEM. Our story-sharing platform celebrates the hard-fought successes that unrelenting determination brings. Together, we are closing the gender gap in STEM by building a strong, empowered network of mentorship and support system to reign our lives.

Film Premier of She Started It at WeCode Harvard 

Launched in 2013, She Started It is a feature length documentary film on women tech entrepreneurs, shot on location in Silicon Valley, NYC, Europe, Vietnam, Mississippi & more, that aims to highlight successful role models for young women. It is the first film to show the behind the scenes of running a tech start-up as a young woman.

School counselors are facing an increasing number of responsibilities, and technology can help streamline your practice and fulfill your professional responsibilities more efficiently.

Tech-Savvy Teens are using social media apps to connect with peers, engage with their favorite celebrities, seek advice, express their creativity, learn new things, and more. What are the most popular apps and why do kids like them? Our students are growing up in a world where their digital identity is important to them. Learning the lingo and having a grasp on social media will help bridge the digital gap between students and counselors and create an open dialogue.

The College of New Jersey's "Building Tech-Savvy Teachers"

Google Apps For Education - July 2014

Topic: strategies for utilizing technology to enhance classroom learning

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