Let's celebrate the new year by reflecting on our 2012 blogging gems.
I am proud of my "Website of the Month" award because it gives me an opportunity to highlight exceptional web resources. Also, I have been interviewing most of my winners, which allows me to network with school counselors across the country and even in different parts of the world. If you'd like me to consider your blog as a future "Website of the Month," just click here and fill out the form.
I loved my interview with Lauren Seaberg, a school counselor from an international school in the UK. I have always had a passion for history and architecture, so blending that with school counseling is a dream. Check out the post here.
My readers loved "Organization Inspiration," a blog post about my documentation system.
Funnily enough, I attended a workshop at the All Ohio Counselors Conference and noticed they incorporated some of my ideas into their presentation, which was a collection of documentation strategies from all over the blogosphere. Pretty cool!
To learn how I attempt to keep my head on straight when documenting (keyword being "attempt"), check out my post.
Create a blog post titled "School Counseling Linky Party 2013."
Place the Linky Party logo (above) in your post.
Answer the questions (above). You are free to copy and paste my headers if you'd like.
Submit your blog post link (below). Be sure to link to the actual post, not your homepage.
Now everyone can catch the highlights from amazing school counselor blogs!