Laura Kruse
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Meet the Counselor Ideas---beg. of year activities

I recently received an email from a reader about finding ideas school counselors can use when visiting students at the beginning of the year. Today, I am sharing three ideas I’ve used…

intrinsic motivation

This is a great way to have an Encouraging Intrinsic Motivational approach in the classroom. Posters like this one provided allow students to view information in a neat way!

Teach kids how to develop self-control by challenging them to the famous marshmallow test. The marshmallow test was first administered at Stanford University by psychologist, Dr. Walter Mischel. The experiment was designed to study the characteristics of children who could delay gratification when offered the choice between one small reward given to them immediately or

Teach kids how to develop self-control by challenging them to the famous marshmallow test. The marshmallow test was first administered at Stanford University by psychologist, Dr. Walter Mischel. The experiment was designed to study the characteristics of children who could delay gratification when offered the choice between one small reward given to them immediately or

Teacher's Lounge needs a positive upgrade!

Our teacher's Lounge needs a positive upgrade to go along with our culture-building staff focus this year. Making the lounge a positive place where we can share student and teacher successes will benefit our school culture!

Helping kids understand how automatic negative thoughts (ANTs) can negatively affect their ability to handle life's troubles.

Helping kids understand how automatic negative thoughts (ANTs) can negatively affect their ability to handle life& troubles.