Tag Archives: early childhood

The Best Way to Overcome Fear? Don’t.

By Allison Wedell Schumacher Have you ever looked at your child and wondered how he or she could actually be yours? I do that whenever the subject of pain comes up for my daughter or me. She and I could not … Continue reading

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Connecting and Collaborating with Your School and Community: Tips for School Counselors

Part of our Counselor’s Corner series. Click to read other posts in the Counselor’s Corner. As a school counselor, one of the most rewarding aspects of your job can be connecting and collaborating with members of your school and community. … Continue reading

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Teaching Tolerance, Building on Common Ground

For most adults, the devastating images of 9/11 represent events in our lived experience. For kids in today’s elementary and middle school classrooms, however, 9/11 is historical, and they have no actual personal memories of the day. Even students who … Continue reading

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