On this episode, we are discussing DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) with Ta'Real Kee, President-elect of the Illinois School Counselor Association. We will also have Crystal Newby, Director of DEI of NACAC on to discuss her new role. We will have my housekeeping items, and my final thoughts on the Capitol Hill Incident.
On this fresh episode, we took some suggestions from Twitter on this episode. We are discussing Tech Tools for Core Curriculum as well as Time Management and duties. WE also have our housekeeping items, and my final thoughts on Alex Trebek.
On this episode, I have Derek Francis from Minnesota to drop by to talk about cross cultural relationships, snow, and Prince versus Michael Jackson. We also will be talking about my first three months of the new school year, my housekeeping items, and my final thoughts on Kamala Harris.
We are lucky to have Diane Reese (First African American NSCOY Finalist) to drop by and talk about Anti-racism and her thoughts on preparing School Counseling Interns for the field. I had to stop the interview because she went to Savannah State. We have my housekeeping items and my Final Thoughts on the deputy.
On this fresh edition, we have Roberto Aguilar on talking about Oregon, the Latino Community, COVID-19, and rappers. I am also delving into the hit HBO show Lovecraft County Episode 8 and the parallels to issues that are displayed with school counseling. Of course we have my housekeeping and my final thought.
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We are back with part 2 with John, Steve, and Brian discussing identity as a black male counselor, school counselor leadership, PSA on what you hear, and other topics. Bladow. My housekeeping items, and my final thoughts on voting and some non-school counseling items.
*explicit language* On this special episode, we have Steve Sharp, John Nwosu, and 2019 National School Counselor of the year Brian Coleman stopped by to discuss racial equity &identity. We also discussed Mortal Kombat as well as I get a geography lesson on Chicago vs. California from Brian. I have my housekeeping items and my final thought on platform use.
On this episode, we are discussing that tradition unlike any other, the master schedule. We also have the national school counselor of the year Laura Ross. Of course my housekeeping items, and my final thought on what next for schools.
*slight explicit language* WE have my wife, Yolande on to talk about Covid 19 and her experiences with counselors, My sports segment with the Fort Valley Boys. Housekeeping, and my final thought on my why.
*slight explicit language* We have Barbara Truluck, GA school counselor of the year on to talk about this year. Also, a sports segment on “The Last Dance” which aired on ESPN. We have Damon Randall and Michael Atwater on to discuss. My housekeeping items and my final thought on the last dance.
On this episode, we are discussing diversity. Also, we are chopping it up with Bobby Gueh, 2018 GASCOY Finalist discussing diversity with school counselors. Of Course, My housekeeping items, and my final thought on Cleaning up.
This episode is Live from the Georgia PBIS Conference. We have Steve Sharp of Pennsylvania discussing various topics, Dericca Gail from Bibb County, my housekeeping , and my final thought on opening doors.
*Stephen Sharp is co-author of Amazon Best-Selling Book and 2019 Hot New Release - 50+ Tech Tools for School Counselors. Steve is a school counselor and Apple Certified Educator. He has worked to provide students with the knowledge and skills to be healthy and successful in the 21st century. Stephen previously worked in his school district as a technology leader, and been served on the governing boards of both his local and state school counseling associations. Stephen completed his M.Ed at Millersville University of Pennsylvania, and BA from Lycoming College.
Stephen was a contributing writer on the use of technology and career exploration in Voices from the Field, Orientation to the Counseling Profession.
Stephen Sharp is a co-founder of the Leadership Summit, a community-based social justice network to provide students the language and tools to understand and combat the many forms of oppression.
Stephen is a Nationally Certified School Suicide Prevention Specialist, and continues to work with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to pilot an electronic behavioral health screening for schools. He works tirelessly across the state to provide education and training on mental health, substance abuse, inequality, and a world changed by technology.
Stephen frequently presents on technology, emerging career skills, mental health and race in education. Stephen was named the 2017 Pennsylvania Middle School Counselor of the Year.
50 + Tech Tools - https://www.amazon.com/Tech-Tools-School-Counselors-Efficient/dp/1544338376?pf_rd_p=dd4f5b57-ba5b-418b-a348-64ec62df14cc&pd_rd_wg=9U0kK&pf_rd_r=FQJXFZA0VNJ6497RFJHN&ref_=pd_gw_cr_simh&pd_rd_w=AXTF9&pd_rd_r=ae87af14-6ec7-45db-abb1-35a51fc94f35
Crisis Text Line - 741741
National Suicide Lifeline - 1 800 273 TALK (8255)
On this episode of the podcast, we will be discussing the manage and assess portions of the 4th edition of the ASCA Model. Afrika Hamilton dropsby for a few minutes, Of Course housekeeping, and my final thought on Unexpected Expectations.
Today we will be discussing comprehensive programs. We also will have Jim Deeken from Texas with us. We will also Have Jasmine Arellano, Julia Moraga, Veronica Castellanos, and Nayely Hernandez from Pomona Unified in California along for the ride. Also housekeeping and my final thought on Unexpected Praise.
We are going to discuss how to become more ready in the counseling field at a young age in your career. We are also going to take a few minutes with Earl Armstrong, Counselor at Rutland Middle School. Also our housekeeping items and my final thought on Professional Development.