Understanding Death and Grief
Tips and resources for helping children and teens cope with grief.
A great lesson plan for communication skills and anger. It contains three short video clips involving teenagers talking about relationships, peer mediation and how to respond when angry. It offers multiple teaching methods to reach all learning styles.
This website will provide education and training so communities and institutions will respond effectively to women who are experiencing abuse.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
This site will provide information on substance abuse and mental health services.
A Primer on Peer Mediation
This lesson plan teaches students how to resolve conflict by having a mediator. Free video clips are available online that demonstrate how the mediation session would play out. The full video can be purchased, but the clips seem to be sufficient for drawing students into a class discussion.
Teach students about personal improvement and determination. This lesson plan uses Benjamin Franklin as an example of someone who set goals in life and achieved them. Students will create a self-improvement plan, follow it for one week and write a reflection paper. Follow link and scroll down to lesson #5.
In this lesson, students will learn ways to improve mental health and maintain stress.
The Fundred Dollar Bill Project offers classroom discussion, hands-on exploration and important lessons beyond the classroom. Draw your unique Fundred Dollar Bill, mail it to a Fundred Collection Center and be part of the solution to prevent lead poisoning in cities all across America. Operation Paydirt/Fundred Dollar Bill Project is a national, artist-driven, multidisciplinary project with a critical mission: to support awareness and solutions to lead contamination and help end childhood lead poisoning.
Website includes information on career planning. The information includes career planning, resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and more.
College Application Essay: Why It's Important and How You Can Help
Helpful tips teachers and counselors need to know about assisting students with their college application essays.
Step by Step: College Awareness and Planning - Late High School Curriculum Grades 11 and 12
A six-session curriculum from the National Association for College Admission Counseling for Grades 11 and 12 for helping students assess where they are in the college planning process.