5 Best Blogs by School Counselors

Written by admin at 08:11:am on 1st July, 2010

A school counselor is someone who as an educator who works in elementary, middle, and high schools to provide academic, career, college access, and personal/social competencies to every K-12 student. He touches topics and issues like developmental school counseling curriculum lessons, annual planning for every student, and other topics. Here some best blogs for School Counseling has been discussed out.

  1. Schcouselor.com:  This blog was started by Danielle, who herself is a counselor in January 2009 as to get solutions to various problems of counseling like finding creative lesson plans, innovative ideas and quality resources. She is a K-12 Certified School Counselor and a Nationally Certified Counselor.
  2. Hscounselorweek.com: This is a blog to suggest an idea upon marketing to high school counselors on college admission issues. As every student tries to seek advice from a college counselor this is a website that tells how to market high school counselors as part of your overall marketing plan and this is a great to do so.  HSCounselorWeek is a unique and extremely inexpensive way to keep your name and logo in front of a crucial advisor in the college admission process.
  3. NACAC Blog:  This is a official blog of National Association For College Admission Counseling that has 23 state and regional offices to help student with their proper guidance through post secondary education. It works collaboratively in providing the best possible assistance to students throughout the US in taking admission.
  4. Mindingthecampus: This blog is devoted to revival of intellectual pluralism and the best traditions of liberal education. It thinks to develop a new climate and environment that works in tandem of civil and honest engagement of all sides that provides an engaged debate for concerned wit the state and conditions of modern universities.
  5. The Student Branding: This blog is the number one resource for career and personal branding advice and suggestions. This blog is for the students who are not ready for continuing education. With the help of experienced college counselors help students to capitalize with their own unique abilities and resources.
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