Need quick ideas to supplement your class lessons? Or brief activities to build skills with individual students? Or short discussion starters for small group counseling?
This 90-minute webinar with best-selling author Diane Senn will focus on brief, but power-packed activities that will capture students' attention and provide high-potential opportunities for learning.
Based upon her book, Guidance Mini-Lessons, Diane will demonstrate hands-on — using PowerPoint®, audio and webcam — how counselors and teachers can use tangible objects, visuals and fun to provide K-6 students with new skills, values and insights. Lessons include:
LEARNING THROUGH EVERYDAY OBJECTS
CANDY LAND OF LESSONS
LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION! — ROLE PLAYS FOR LEARNING
POSTER POWER OF LEARNING
These brief, easy-to-use activities can be expanded upon, streamlined, or combined with other activities to be used in individual counseling, small groups, class lessons — and in some cases schoolwide through assemblies or morning announcements.
Who Should Attend:
To augment the PowerPoint™ presentation and activities, each participant will receive a (PDF) resource packet of the presentation with ideas, reproducible forms, activities and other suggested resources.
Diane Senn, Ed.S., NBCT has authored some of the world's best-selling materials for elementary counselors. Conference attendees rave about Diane's presentations, citing them as exceptionally practical and insightful. She continues to gain fresh practical insights from her work as a school counselor at the elementary/middle school level, where her guidance program has been nationally recognized as an exemplary model. Diane's best-selling books include Spectacular Guidance Activities for Kids, Bullying in the Girl's World, Small Group Counseling and Creative Approaches for Counseling Individual Children. She is co-author of Puzzle Pieces: The Classroom Guidance Connection, "Bee" Your Best with Character Ed and Coping with Conflict. Diane has just released two new books: Guidance Mini-Lessons and The Treasure.