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Using Origami in School Counseling
by Angela Cleveland
Angela Cleveland, M.S.Ed., M.Ed., MA has 15 years of experience as a school counselor and received the “2017 New Jersey School Counselor of the Year" award. She is an Executive Board Member and Webmaster for the
New Jersey School Counselor Association (NJSCA)
Angela is the Program Director for
Counselors for Computing
Angela is focused on student equity and access to technology, both in content and the design-thinking process that informs intentional and inclusive integration practices
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In her free time, Angela enjoys telling bad jokes and giving motivational pep talks to her cat.
Addressing Roles (challenges and rewards of the different roles)
What hats do you wear?
What are the
of each hat?
How do you balance the different hats you wear?
one 8.5” x11” piece of paper (printer paper) - one piece of paper per hat. Markers or pens to write on hat.
. Write the name of your hat (your role) on the bottom. Draw pictures &/or write words the describe your hat (role).
Draw pictures or write words INSIDE the hat that represent things about you that others may not know until they get to know you more.