Jan 15, 2021
School counselors and teachers are working to creatively and authentically connect with students in both face to face, distance, and hybrid environments. Even in face to face, we're still at a distance. School counselor Emma Tagariello is working to connect with her students using virtual bulletin boards and other technologies. In today's show, she's sharing what being a school counselor looks like now and how she's working to help kids every day. These ideas will be great to use with upcoming holidays and seasons.
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Emma Tagariello is a Licensed Associate Counselor and National
Certified Counselor from Madison, New Jersey. She works as a
Student Assistance Counselor in the Butler, New Jersey school
district, working primarily with middle school students.
Emma is passionate about connecting with students and creating a safe space as they learn to navigate through adolescence.
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