Professional Development opportunities
2014 EXPO Presentation by Dr. Barbara Donnellan and Gloria A. Jean on “School Counselors Solving Discipline Issues: A Comprehensive Approach”
Handouts for this presentation.
White Plains, NY 10606
The Guidance Expo is literally an exposition of guidance and counseling ideas and activities. It features a rich menu of over 40 professional seminars regarding issues and concerns that affect the elementary, middle, high school and college admission counselors. In addition, it brings together a large variety of exhibitors, consultants, model programs, exhibits of computer software, guidance books, materials and products, community agencies and college representatives. It is sponsored by the Westchester Putnam College Conferences, Inc. It is offered free. Pre-registration is required. Click HERE for Registration Instructions
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL COUNSELORS “Day of Sharing”
Sponsored by: Capital District Counseling Association
It’s coming up soon…prepare an activity & think about specific ideas or concerns to share.
Friday, November 7th, 2014
9:30 AM – 2:00 PM (Registration: 9-9:30 AM) White Lion Room
Fort Wm. Henry Resort and Conf. Ctr.; 48 Canada St.; Lake George
(Between NYS I-87 @ Exits 21 and 22; ph. # 888-389-4554)
Break – coffee/tea/Danish/bagels/muffins/asst. juices
Plus, LUNCH @ Ft. Wm. Henry Resort:
(* make choice on registration form*)
Morning: Please select a topic area from those listed on the registration form and bring one “thing” related to the topic to share (i.e. a book, an activity, a lesson plan,…) with 25 photocopies to distribute, if possible.
Afternoon: The membership at our fall meeting felt it would be beneficial to make time in the p.m. to share ideas on a few contemporary issues effecting counselors (at our level, especially). Therefore, time in the afternoon will be set aside to discuss two or three of the main concerns sent to me.
Save the Date!
Long Island Counselors’ Annual Conference
Friday, November 21, 2014
150 Idle Hour Blvd
Oakdale, Long Island
Making a Difference In Students’ Lives