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Help Students Identify Their Strengths and Weaknesses

By Barbara Gruener Part of our Counselor’s Corner series. Click to read other posts in the Counselor’s Corner. It has been ten years already since our then-thirteen-year-old daughter came home and proudly proclaimed, “Mom, I’m a phlegmatic.” She went on … Continue reading

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Engaging the Disengaged Student

Part of our Counselor’s Corner series. Click to read other posts in the Counselor’s Corner. This post was originally published May 14, 2012. It’s crazy to think an elementary or middle school student would already be “checked out” of school, … Continue reading

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Engaging the Disengaged Student

Part of our Counselor’s Corner series. Click to read other posts in the Counselor’s Corner. It’s crazy to think an elementary or middle school student would already be “checked out” of school, but I have seen this a lot, and … Continue reading

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Evolving Education, Differentiated Instruction

My grandfather taught in a one-room school in the late 1800s, sharing the basics of reading, writing, math, and a bit of science. His students ranged in age from 7 to 15, and many traveled a good distance just to … Continue reading

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