School Reentry Webinars



As school counselors faced the challenges of school closures related to COVID-19, the impact of racial violence, and adapting to virtual learning while seeking to ensure educational access, the Pennsylvania School Counselors Association, as well as the American School Counselor Association shared numerous resources, webinars, and toolkits designed to help school counselors best meet student needs during an unprecedented time. And, now, PSCA has developed another resource.

PSCA will be offering a Webinar series to address school counselors returning to school.  You can register for any of the Webinars HERE.  The dates for the School ReEntry Webinars are listed above and will follow the schedule below:

Below is a video of the August 19th Town Hall:  

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Below is the webinar from September 2: Social/Emotional Learning.

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For Resources from the SEL Reentry Webinar CLICK HERE

Below is the webinar from September 16: Trauma Informed

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For Resources from the Trauma Informed Re-Entry Webinar CLICK HERE

Below is the Webinar from September 30: Career Readiness

Below is the Webinar from October 14: Rural Lens


Handout from Rural Lens

Below is the Webinar from October 28: Urban Lens​





PSCA School Counselor Symposium in partnership with Pennsylvania Department of Education will discuss self-care, tech tools and career readiness. 

Below is the webinar from September 16: Trauma Informed


CLICK HERE for "Mini Me" Document
CLICK HERE for "Life Domains and Examples" Document

Below is the webinar from September 29: Tech tools for Counselors.

CLICK HERE for Career Ready Skills Powerpoint
CLICK HERE for Self-Assessing Social and Emotinoal Instruction and Competencies

Below is the webinar from October 6: Career Readiness Standards


For Resources from the Career Readiness Webinar, CLICK HERE.
Career Ready PA Regions, CLICK HERE.
Creating a Career Ready PA, CLICK HERE


Click this Link for the PSCA School Reentry Guide

 


The mission of the Pennsylvania School Counselors Association is to expand the image and influence of professional school counselors, to promote professional and ethical practice, and to advocate for equity and access for all students.