Menu Sidebar
Menu

Uncategorized

Amid limited research, educators find success with flipped classroom model

Education Dive recently reported on some success stories of schools using the flipped classroom model. According to a recent study published in AERA Open, a publication of the American Educational Research Association, the flipped classroom model has a slightly positive impact on student learning and satisfaction — but what are schools that have implemented the Read More

Free Downloadable STEM Posters: Embed STEM in the School Culture

The first week of December is nationally recognized in schools as “Computer Science Education Week” or “CSEd Week.” This is a week dedicated to providing students in all grade levels with opportunities to learn about computer science (CS). Many schools get started with free curriculum from organizations such as: Code.org Scratch (MIT) CS First (Google) Read More

2019 State of College Admission Report

NACAC has released it’s 2019 State of College Admission Report. Here is a summary of what’s included from the Executive Report: College Applications The increase in the number of colleges to which each student applies continues an upward trend, which is reflected in college reports of increased application volume. • Growth in Application Volume Continues: Read More

Resources for Mental Health issues, signs and where your students can seek help

Mental illness covers a wide spectrum of conditions that affect children, teens, and adults. Almost one in five U.S. adults are diagnosed with a mental illness. Mental illness can be broadly separated into two categories: any mental illness and serious mental illness. Any mental illness covers all mental illnesses that have been recognized to date, Read More

The Definitive Guide to Scholarships for Students with Disabilities

Intuit has put together a comprehensive guide to Scholarships for you students that have disabilities. College is expensive and when you factor in the additional healthcare costs that students with disabilities have (estimated to average $11,637 per year) any scholarship money they can receive should be very welcome. What Are Scholarships for People with Disabilities?  Read More

Free Career Test Available for your Students

Career Enjoyment has created a free career test that your students might find of interest. A student can complete a quick online questionnaire and they will be matched to the best fit from more than 1000 well paying careers. It takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. The results will be based on matching the users Read More

Building Student Confidence through AI Writing Software

Counselors like you have busy and important jobs. In a given day there are always too many things to do, not enough time to do them, and a deeply important mission to help your students. Counselors prepare students to enter the world and to meet a variety of important milestones, from standardized tests to college Read More

The Time I Screwed Up as a College Essay Coach

I have been working with students on college essays for decades. But I wasn’t as good at it in the beginning as I am now. As the writer-in-residence for my friends, family members and neighbors, my dining room became a coffee shop office for anyone applying to college who needed help with an application essay. Read More

Older Posts

Link for Counselors