STEAM for the School Counselor

Project and Problem-Based Learning Activities

Includes Digital Resources!


SKU: B904-Net

Today’s students might one day work in careers that have not yet been developed. They will need to be creators, innovators, mathematicians, artists, scientists, and engineers. Today’s students, more than any previous generation, will be challenged to solve problems, gather and evaluate information, and cultivate new technologies.

STEAM for the School Counselor is based on the premise that the majority of 21st century careers will require Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math skills. Each lesson involves project- and problem-based learning. Students usually work in groups that are given a problem to solve as a team. While working together, they build problem-solving skills, research and form ideas, and practice presentation, collaboration, and communication.

The program offers 60 activities including:

Science in Counseling Activities

  • The Amazing Scavenger Hunt
  • Anger Management Tornado
  • Repairing Friendship
  • Careful Observation … plus eight more!

Technology in Counseling Activities

  • PowerPoint Collaborative Story Book
  • Bully Bustin’ Quiz Show
  • Class Kidblog
  • Digital Career Books … plus eight more!

Engineering in Counseling Activities

  • Five Minute Challenge
  • Community of Blocks
  • Emotional Roller Coaster
  • Cooperation Tower … plus eight more!

Art in Counseling Activities

  • Following Directions with Fabric Paint
  • Our Class Masterpiece
  • Worry Dolls
  • My Life on a Clock … plus eight more!

Mathematics in Counseling Activities

  • Math and Me
  • Geometric Vest
  • Patterns Patterns Everywhere!
  • Cooperation Math Line-Up…plus eight more!

With simple and clear directions, STEAM for the School Counselor allows professional school counselors to quickly and effectively integrate the activities into their individual work with students, small-group activities, or core curriculum lesson plans.

Digital content offers the book’s reproducible pages in an easy-to-print PDF format.

Written by Teshia Stovall Dula
Paperback ISBN 9781575433172
Grades K-8
120 pages
Release Date January 1, 2017

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Teshia Stovall Dula, Ed.S., began her career in 1995 as an Instructional Assistant for preschool and elementary school children. In 1998, she began working as a Professional School Counselor, and she is certified in PK-12 school counseling. Currently, she lives and works in Gwinnett County, Georgia, the most extensive school system in Georgia, with over 180,000 students. Gwinnett is the 14th largest school district in the United States of America. In addition to working as a school counselor, she works as an adjunct professor for Grand Canyon University!

Teshia Dula is a proud two-time graduate of Hampton University, where she received her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree. In 2014, she received her Specialist from Liberty University and is currently pursuing her doctorate.

Teshia Dula is a leader in her district and often presents staff development for conferences and the county counseling department. The American School Counseling Association chose her to be a Finalist for the 2022 ASCA Counselor of The Year. She has been honored as the 2020 Georgia School Counselor of the Year and The Middle School Counselor of The Year for Gwinnett County Public Schools. Her first published book, STEAM for The School Counselor, won the Gwinnett County Public School’s Counseling Writer’s Award in 2018 and The Georgia School Counseling Association’s Writer’s Award in 2018. Mrs. Dula’s second book, More STEAM for The School Counselor, debuted in April 2021. She believes that children learn best through play and hands-on experiences! Outside of work hours, she has been an Assistant Cheerleading Coach, a Girls on The Run Coach, a Peer Leader Co-Sponsor, and a presenter for middle school girls at different workshops!

Teshia Dula is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc, The Junior League of Gwinnett and North Fulton, PAGE, GSCA, ASCA, and ACA. She enjoys Jazzercise, reading, writing, and playing! She is married to Michael, a fun Physical Therapist, and she is the proud Mom to Michael “Harrison,” Nathaniel, and Alyssa.

Career Awards

2011 Recognized ASCA Model Program RAMP Award

2018 GCPS Writer of the Year: STEAM for the School Counselor

2018 Georgia School Counseling Association Writer of the Year

2020 GCPS Middle School Counselor of the Year

2020 Georgia School Counselor of the Year (GSCA)

2022 Finalist ASCA Counselor of the Year

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