188 results

188 results

Rating

Sort by

Digital

Grades

Other

Subjects

Prices

Resource Types

All Resource Types

Rating

showing 1-24 of 188 results

Cute and basic form for School Counselors to use when recording case notes following a counseling session with a student. Chevron graphic background is from: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kylie-Healey-Designs Thank you :)
Cute and basic form for School Counselors to use when recording case notes following a counseling session with a student. Design by Kylie Healey Designs: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kylie-Healey-Designs
I use this form in my classes to track accommodations and modifications that I provide to students on a daily basis. One sheet is used per student. I check off the accommodations and modifications the student is to receive, per their IEP, and highlight down the columns. This makes tracking intervent
This activity can be completed as a class, independently, 1:1, or in small group. This is a great way for students to learn about themselves, to discuss zones of regulation and coping skills, as well as a great resource for counselors and teachers. Students describe how their bodies feel with each
digital
Self-Discovery and Positive Thinking Journal -A self-esteem journal filled with writing prompts, thoughtful thinking questions, inspiring quotes and color therapy focusing on positive affirmations A self-esteem journal filled with writing prompts, thoughtful thinking questions, inspiring quotes and
Self reflection for learning- draw and journal. Great for reflection of thoughts. Also great for students to do during free time. Self reflection helps to build emotional self-awareness.
This form serves as a record for all accommodations and interventions tried with a student. It is used as a way to track what has been put into place with a focus on the classroom teacher and the classroom environment. It is useful when consulting with the teacher to brainstorm new ways to help supp
I created this journal for my Chemistry seniors. My students wanted to be successful, and I wanted them to succeed in chemistry. The problem that many of my students faced was that they were not very reflective on their own learning and how they learned. They knew they had to work hard, but rarely d
How to avoid the terrible teens and what to do if it is already too late: a self-help program for parents, guardians and anyone who cares about a teenager who is going through tough times. * * * The Australian author - Lindsay McIntyre has worked successfully with large numbers of children and teena
This was created for use in speech therapy sessions to address pragmatic goals. These may include anger management, anxiety... It would be relevant to implement in the general education classroom as well. It is meant to be a means of release as well as stimulation for further teaching and discus
A quick study guide for first year teachers/veteran teachers of middle/high school students that provides interactive activities and student examples. Includes: getting to know students address student concerns increase hands-on learning ESL/ELL guidelines classroom discipline project learning t
As we all know, it is important for school counselors to collect data. After trials and errors, I took the main categories I needed and created a table to track my data throughout the school year. In this .zip folder there are two documents. One "dressed" up data log with cyan polka dots in the back
Middle School 101, 101 Tips for Teachers. This book is a compilation of teaching techniques that have worked for the author over the years. It can help new middle school teachers with techniques and ideas, or it can help veteran middle school teachers adopt, modify or reflect on their current practi
Adjusting Anna is an educational resource for educators, families, counselors, therapists, or anyone working with youth (ages 7-11). Anna, as the letter A tells a heartfelt story from a child who has struggled with family changes. This guide was created by an educator who has worked with children fo
Track student behaviour in this simple yet effective FREEBIE. The document is editable so you can change to suit your bell times, insert your students' names and class. Font used for title was HelloBoomerang. Put your own spin on it, by stamping or putting stickers in the boxes to reward your studen
This file contains: 11 Journal Prompts about negative behaviors and positive feelings Mood Meter Poster 15 Social Emotional Cards (Color) 15 Social Emotional Cards (Black and White) Negative Feelings Spinners (1 White and Black and 1 Color) 8 What should you do? cards 8 How do you think they feel
This is a comprehensive list of journal prompts for teachers to use when building on their students' social and emotional skills. At the end of the document there are prompts that directly connect to the novel, Twerp, by Mark Goldblatt. These prompts could be replaced with any other prompts using
Challenge your students (and staff) to 30 Days of Self-Love!Download includes 30 printable cards (in French & English) Each card contains a self-directed positive affirmation and corresponding discussion/journal prompt Use as a daily circle time check-in, class opening, or journal time activityP
This form can be effectively used for students to reflect on their behavior when acting inappropriately in class. This strategy can be easily implemented by teachers or CST for review after a student's completion. It helps students with accountability and problem solving for future behavior. Addi
This lesson can be used during an advisory class, guidance lessons, or just to create a discussion about the importance of relationships. Students will create relationship rings on colored computer paper, poster paper, anything they want. While creating their rings, they will be asked to consider va
Use this self-reflection page at the end of each week to help students reflect on their behavior in class. Begin by walking them through it step-by-step at the beginning of the year, but gradually release them to completing independently. On the left side of the page, students will reflect on themse
I photocopied this and make a booklet for my students! Based on research, practicing gratitude will help students to stay calm, lower anxiety, and even develop new neural pathways for the brain! I even made one for myself so I could do it with my students!
This is gratitude/positive psychology exercise perfect for starting your day/class/session on a good note.
This directed Journal page helps children organize their thoughts and set and measure their goals and demonstrating literacy skills. When used regualrily this activity can be an extremely useful tool for both the students and the teacher!

showing 1-24 of 188 results

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

More About Us

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up