Digital Resources for Students and Parents

The high school years are some of the most memorable, and most important, years of a student’s life.

High school students today are dealing with a lot – a greater emphasis on academics, college/career planning, extracurricular activities, and of course, the social scene.

Resources covering:

Study Skills
Parent Involvement
Preparing for College
Transition to High School
Financial Literacy
And More

Perfect for:

Counseling / Guidance Offices
Title I / Parent Programs
TRIO Programs
Library / Media Center

SchoolShelf provides solutions that help students succeed academically, plan for their future, and get the most out of their high school experience. It provides parents with valuable information and numerous helpful tips. And perhaps most importantly, SchoolShelf allows busy educators to provide solutions to a vast number of high school related issues all in one place.

 

Below is a list of all Woodburn Press printed resources that are included digitally in SchoolShelf: Middle School
(Note: Click on a resource title to order print version(s) of any resource)

Academic Success

Books

[Item#  Resource Title]

104 – How to Get Good Grades in Ten Easy Steps
Practical tips and suggestions on organization, test taking, notetaking, and much more.

116 – 5 Steps to Academic Success – High School
Valuable resource for all ability levels, this engaging booklet will help your high school students improve their academic skills and get better grades.

121 – Getting Good Grades – Activities and Exercises
Improve academic skills through a variety of fun and instructional activities and exercises.

InfoGuides

692 – Academic Success
Encourages students to be aware of their high school’s academic requirements; it explains terms such as GPA and transcript; and it offers numerous tips on organization, studying, and test taking.

641 – Getting Organized
Tips to help students improve their organizational skills.

642 – Taking Tests
Smart test-taking strategies to help students increase their confidence and improve their test taking skills.

643 – Taking Notes
Tips to help students improve their notetaking skills – and take notes that will help them study for tests.

644 – Succeeding in Class
Tips to help show students how to get the most out of their classes.

645 – Writing a Paper
Tools students need to write an outstanding paper – a skill that will help students in school and beyond.

646 – Reading a Textbook
Help students understand and remember the information that’s presented in a textbook.

751 – Memorization Strategies
Tips and strategies that show students how to learn and remember important information.

752 – Preparing for Tests
Tips and strategies to help students prepare for tests – and get better test grades.

753 – Staying Motivated
Tips and strategies to help students stay positive and motivated.

754 – Study Smart
Tips and strategies to help students learn how to make the most of their study time.

755 – Making Presentations
Tips and strategies to help students become confident speakers—a skill that will help them in school, in their careers, and in life.

756 – Manage Your Time
Tips and strategies to help students better manage their time—a skill that will help them throughout their life.

Student Development

Student Success

[Item#  Resource Title]

107 – Getting the Most Out of High School
Practical tips to help high school students succeed both in and out of the classroom.

109 – Money Smarts – A Guide to Financial Literacy
Information students need to manage their personal finances, and to make smart financial decisions.

173 – Next Step – High School
Helpful tips and suggestions on how students can get their new school adventure off to a great start, right from day one.

691 – Welcome to High School
Practical tips to help students get their year off to a great start, right from day one.

696 – Make Graduation Your Goal
Discusses six reasons to stay in school, why dropping out is never the answer, and encourages students who are considering dropping out to seek help.

Bullying

141 – All About Bullying
Raises student awareness, and it provides practical tips and advice on how to help prevent/stop bullying in school.

741 – Bystanders and Bullying
Specific things that bystanders can do to stop bullying; and it encourages students to be part of the solution — not part of the problem.

742 – Students Against Bullying
Provides information on the various forms of bullying, and it offers educators, targets, bullies, and bystanders suggestions on how each group can help make your school bully free.

743 – Parents and Bullying
Information on the different types of bullying, and it offers practical, easy to follow advice to the parents of targets, bullies, and bystanders.

744 – Targets and Bullying
Practical, easy-to-follow advice for students who are being targeted by a bully.

745 – Bullies and Bullying
Advice to students who are acting as bullies.

746 – Cyberbullying
Informs students what to do if they are the target of cyberbullying and discusses ways to prevent cyberbullying.

693 – Bullies and Bystanders
Discusses the different types of bullying, and offers students helpful advice on how to deal with bullies.

Health & Wellness

761 – Eat Healthy
Practical tips, helpful information, and constructive advice to help students feel great and look good.

762 – Be Active
Practical tips, useful information, and constructive advice to help students feel great and look good.

763 – Stay Well
Practical tips, useful information, and constructive advice to help students stay healthy.

764 – Be Positive
Practical tips, useful information, and constructive advice to help students think positively, cultivate happiness, and take positive actions.

765 – Sleep Well
Strategies to help students develop healthy sleeping habits. It outlines the benefits of a good night’s sleep and offers tips to help students get the sleep they need.

766 – Connect With Others
Practical tips, helpful information, and constructive advice to help students understand that having positive connections with others is tremendously important to their health and well being.

College Preparation

Books

[Item#  Resource Title]

102 – Preparing for College – A Guide for Students
Provides up-to-date information on admission requirements, college tests, financial aid, and much more.

106 – How to Get Money for College
Explains the financial aid process in clear, concise, easy-to-understand language.

112 – Learning About College
Explains the benefits of going to college, it discusses what it’s like to be a college student, and it gives tips on how to plan and prepare for college.

113 – College Bound – A Guide for Seniors
Provides students with concise, step-by-step instructions all in an attractive, easy-to-read format.

114 – College Bound – A Guide for Juniors
Provides step-by-step instructions on what juniors need to do to plan and prepare for college.

115 – College Bound – A Guide for Freshmen and Sophomores
Information on their college options, shows students how to build an impressive record, answers common questions, and much more.

InfoGuides

694 – Planning for College
Discusses college admissions criteria; things to consider when choosing a college; and how to pay for college.

611 – Choosing a College
Engaging InfoGuide provides valuable college information in an easy-to-read format.

612 – College Tests
Provides important information on the ACT and SAT. It tells students how to prepare for these important tests, and it gives students tips to help them perform their best.

613 – College Admissions
Discusses the application process, college admissions policies, admissions criteria, and the college essay.

614 – College Visits
Helpful tips and valuable information in an easy-to-read format. Topics covered include: how to plan a college visit; the specific things students and parents should see and do on a college visit; and a list of questions to ask.

615 – Paying for College
provides up-to-date information on the financial aid process.

616 – College Timeline
Discusses the importance of following a college preparatory program throughout high school.

Career Planning

Career Exploration

[Item#  Resource Title]

103 – Career Planning and Educational Choices
Information on how to choose and prepare for a great career. Concise, easy-to-understand information is given on the many postsecondary educational options students have today.

601 – Careers in English
Valuable information for studying English, journalism, or communications will prepare them for a career as a writer, teacher, public relations specialist, and more.

602 – Careers in Science
Highlighting career opportunities in the field of science, providing students with valuable information in an easy-to-read format.

603 – Careers in Math
Help your students figure out if a career in math might be right for them.

604 – Careers in the Arts
Highlighting career opportunities in the arts, providing valuable career information in an easy-to-read format.

605 – Careers in Social Studies
Designed to help students learn about social studies related careers, providing valuable information in an easy-to-read format.

606 – Careers in Foreign Language
Show students how studying a foreign language can translate into an exciting career opportunity.

Career Preparation

695 – Career Planning
Help your students map out their future. This engaging InfoGuide provides valuable information about career planning in an easy-to-read format.

651 – Four-Year College
Shows how a four-year college education can prepare students for a wide variety of rewarding careers.

652 – Community College
Shows how community colleges provide affordable, career-oriented programs that enable students to enter the workforce in two years or less.

653 – Career and Trade Schools
Show students how they can prepare for a wide variety of careers by attending a career or trade school.

654 – The Military
Provide students with important information about enlisting in the U.S. military.

655 – Apprenticeship
Shows how apprenticeship programs are an excellent way to learn a skilled trade.

656 – On-the-Job Training
Help your students who want to get a job after they graduate find meaningful employment and training.

Job Skills

621 – Finding a Job
Give your students valuable tips and helpful advice on how to find rewarding employment.

622 – Writing a Resume
Teach students how to improve their job opportunities by creating an impressive resume and cover letter.

623 – Applying for a Job
Provides helpful tips and valuable information for students who are applying for a job.

624 – Interviewing for a Job
Help your students sharpen their job interview skills.

625 – Knowing About Your Job
Show students the nuts and bolts of working life, including valuable information for first-time employees.

626 – Succeeding at a Job
Help students achieve success on the job.

Parent Involvement

Books

[Item#  Resource Title]

108 – High School Parent Guidebook
Engage and empower your parents! Packed with insightful advice and practical tips, this booklet shows parents how they can help their children not only to succeed academically, but to also thrive and grow.

118 – Starting High School – A Guide for Parents
Gives parents practical tips and advice to help ensure that their teen has a successful transition to high school.

101 – Preparing for College – A Guide for Parents
Engage and empower the parents of your college bound students! This valuable resource offers concise, up-to-date information on admissions requirements, college tests, financial aid, and much more

InfoGuides

631 – Help Your Child Succeed in School
Practical tips, and insightful advice, this InfoGuide gives parents the information they need to help their children succeed in middle school, high school, and beyond.

632 – Help Your Child Prepare for College
Information needed to help prepare children for college.

633 – Help Your Child Use Technology
Information and tips so that parents can help their children enjoy the benefits of technology while minimizing the risks.

634 – Help Your Child Plan for a Career
How to help children identify their interests, abilities, talents, and values in order to begin exploring their career options.

635 – Help Your Child – Drugs and Alcohol
Tips on how to keep children safe, on the right track, set guidelines and limits, know the warning signs and take action if needed.

636 – Help Your Child Thrive and Grow
40 ways that parents can provide the guidance and support every child needs.

Spanish Editions

154 – Spanish: How to Get Good Grades in Ten Easy Steps
Hundreds of practical tips and suggestions on organization, test taking, notetaking, and much more.

158 – Spanish: High School Parent Guidebook
Insightful advice and practical tips, this booklet shows parents how they can help their children not only to succeed academically, but to also thrive and grow.

163 – Spanish: Starting High School – A Guide for Parents
Practical tips and advice to help ensure that their teen has a successful transition to high school.

151 – Spanish: Preparing for College – A Guide for Parents
Valuable resource offers concise, up-to-date information on admissions requirements, college tests, financial aid, and much more.

153 – Spanish: Career Planning and Educational Choices
Information on how to choose and prepare for a great career. Concise, easy-to-understand information is given on the many postsecondary educational options students have today.

701 – Spanish: Succeed in School
Information they need to help their children succeed in middle school, high school, and beyond.

702 – Spanish: Prepare for College
Accurate, up-to-date information on college recommended courses, choosing a college, admissions criteria, and paying for college.

703 – Spanish: Use Technology
Information and tips so that parents can help their children enjoy the benefits of technology while minimizing the risks.

704 – Spanish: Plan for a Career
How to help their children identify their interests, abilities, talents, and values in order to begin exploring their career options.

705 – Spanish: Drugs and Alcohol
Tips on how to keep their children safe, on the right track, be involved, set guidelines and limits, know the warning signs, and take action if needed.

706 – Spanish: Thrive and Grow
40 ways that parents can provide the guidance and support every child needs.

Academic Success

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InfoGuides
                        

Student Development

Student Success
         
Bullying
                
Health and Wellness
          

College Preparation

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Career Planning

Career Exploration
            
Career Preparation
            
Job Skills
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Parent Involvement

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Spanish Editions
                    

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