I am a bit late to this, but here I am nonetheless. Marissa Rex has an ever resourceful counseling blog, Elementary School Counseling. Only go there when you have plenty of time as there is alot of stuff you'll want to use in your own work with young people.
She is hosting a Linky Party, where anyone gets to reflect on their own blog from the past year. It is a fun way to reflect on 2012 and gear up for 2013.
My best feature is Set Your Intentions. Simply stated, it is quotes which inspire me. I put them out there to share with you with hopes that they provide motivation for you. Here is my very first one- Watering Your Dreams.
For me, this post encapsulates so much of what I value-- a growth mindset, the process of change, and getting comfortable with being uncomfortable-- Learning is a Leap of Faith. The girl in this video is awesome!
Most of what I write evolves over a lengthy period of time. This post, however, was written in a matter of minutes-- Advocate. Erin Mason from SCOPE tweeted a question and it turned into this post.
You want a kid lit book to work on just about anything? This is the place to find it-- Books That Heal Kids
She is connected to the things that matter most-- The Principal's Posts
I wish I wrote like him-- Mountains Out of Molehills
If you are stuck in a rut and need your thinking stretched, this is a place to go--Blogging Through the Fourth Dimension.
If Education is your passion and you think there is such a thing as compassionate leadership then make a habit of checking this blog regularly-- Life of an Educator.