IPad and Counseling
There is something quite liberating about the access to information that the device gives you. You are no longer tied to a desktop in order to access information. For example, I was walking down the hall and saw a student standing outside a classroom, when I asked the student why he was outside the classroom, he reported that his teacher had asked him to leave the classroom. I was able to immediately access the Student Occurrences for this student. I showed him his occurrence reports and engaged him in a conversation about the behaviors that his teachers had documented in the reports. I didn't have to walk the student back to the office in order to access that information. It is like having an office on the go.