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50+ Tech Tools for School Counselors

How to Be More Engaging, Efficient, and Effective
By: Angela Cleveland, Stephen Sharp

Foreword by Russell A. Sabella

The digital tools described in this book can be used to enrich instruction, guide decision making, streamline work, enhance communication, and promote happier students.

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  • Grade Level: PreK-12
  • ISBN: 9781544338378
  • Published By: Corwin
  • Year: 2019
  • Page Count: 160
  • Publication date: May 17, 2019

Price: $32.95



Digital tools that will 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. Written for school counselors and other education professionals, 50+ Tech Tools for School Counselors provides insightful descriptions of digital tools that can be used daily to not only enrich intervention and instruction but also guide decision-making, streamline work, enhance communication, and promote happier students. Readers will find:

  • 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 and checklists
  • perspectives from counselors around the country that provide a peer-to-peer feel
  • narratives, technical descriptions, and diagrams

School counselors are often unsure or unaware of the myriad of existing tech tools. This book will help them enhance their practice, feel more confident, spend less time on paperwork, and enable today’s students to achieve success in school and access information on college and careers.



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Angela Cleveland

Angela Cleveland, M.S.Ed., M.Ed., MA has 15 years of experience as a professional school counselor and is a Google Certified Educator. She is an Executive Board Member and Webmaster for the New Jersey School Counselor Association (NJSCA.org). Angela advocates for equity and access to STEM opportunities. She is the Program Director for NCWIT Counselors for Computing (NCWIT.ORG/C4C).

In 2015, Angela co-founded ReigningIt (ReigningIt.com), a non-profit dedicated to creating a STEM dialogue inclusive of every woman. The story-sharing platform has featured hundreds of inspiring women and K-12 influencers, and the group has provided a community of encouragement to support pathways to computer science.

Angela is a technology contributor to national publications, such as Edutopia, CSTA Voice, and ASCA’s School Counselor magazine. She presents at conferences around the country to encourage the infusion of emerging careers in computer science into the school counseling profession.

Angela’s advocacy has earned her recognition, such as the “2017 New Jersey State School Counselor of the Year” award and being featured in the popular Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls blog.

Angela grew up in New Jersey and attended William Paterson University, where she earned degrees in English and Education as well as an Honors in Humanities. She attended the University of Pennsylvania, earning an M.S.Ed. in Psychological Services. Angela began her career as school counselor in 2001, and she remained driven to learn more about the field of education and leadership. She went on to earn an M.Ed. in Instruction from The College of New Jersey and an MA in Organizational Leadership from Rider University. She earned several educational certifications, including Google Certified Educator, Director of School Counseling Services, School Supervisor.

You can follow Angela Cleveland (www.AngelaCleveland.com) on:
Twitter: @AngCleveland
Instagram: @angela_cleveland_reigningit
Linked In: .linkedin.com/in/angelacleveland

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Stephen Sharp

Stephen Sharp 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.

You can follow Steve at:

Twitter: @stvsharp

Instagram: @stvsharp
Table of Contents

Table of Contents



About the Authors

Part I: Groups and Lessons

Part II: Data Collection Tools

Part III: Organizational Tools

Part IV: Program Promotion Tools

Part V: Collaboration Tools

Part VI: Resources





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