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The transformed school counselor chapter 7

Implementing the ASCA National
Model
The Transformed School Counselor
Chapter 7

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The Evolution of the ASCA
National Model …….
1985: Dr. Norm Gysbers proposes school counseling as a
program in Missouri
1989: State school counselor associations begin to
introduce school counseling models
1994: GOALS 2000: The Educate America Act support
academic national standards
1997: ASCA releases The National Standards for School
Counseling Programs
1997: Transforming School Counseling (Ed Trust)
2001: No Child Left Behind

2003:ASCA releases the ASCA National Model (2nd 2005)
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FOUNDATION
 Mission Statement
Vision: Program’s Direction
 Philosophy: Guiding Principles
 The ASCA Standards: Academic, Personal/Social and
Career Development
 21st Century Partnership Skills
 Aligned with NYS Initiatives

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Activity
Review Your School’s Mission Statement
Develop a Vision Statement Based on the Mission

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The ASCA National Standards are
statements of what all students
should know and be able to do as
result of participating in a school
counseling program.

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The Standards are…
the basis for all components of the comprehensive
program;

the foundation for the student development
curriculum;

a starting point for creating a school system/building
scope and sequence; and

are delivered through all aspects of the program.


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Academic Development
Standard A.
Students will acquire the
attitudes, knowledge and skills that contribute to
effective learning in school and across the life span.
Standard B.
Students will complete school with
academic preparation essential to choose from a
wide range of substantial post-secondary options,
including college.
Standard C.
Students will understand the
relationship of academics to the world of work, and
to life at home and in the community.
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Career Development
Standard A.
Students will acquire the skills to investigate
the world of work in relation to knowledge of self and to make
informed career decisions.
Standard B.
Students will employ strategies to achieve
future career success and satisfaction.
Standard C. Students understand the relationship between
personal qualities, education, training, and the world of work.

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Personal-Social Development
Standard A. Students will acquire the attitudes, knowledge and
interpersonal skills to help them understand and respect self and
others.
Standard B. Students will make decisions, set goals and take
necessary action to achieve goals.
Standard C. Students will understand safety and survival skills.

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Student Competencies
Help to keep the focus on meeting the standards
Indicators (of success) selected or adapted to meet
the needs of your students

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Delivery System
Balancing the Delivery System:





Individual Student Planning
Student Development Curriculum
Responsive Services
System Support

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Individual Student Planning
Counselors coordinate activities aimed at
helping students systematically plan and
manage their own learning and
development.
The model specifies four different ways in
which counselors can monitor individual
planning. These include: case management,
individual appraisal, individual advisement,
and placement.
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Responsive Services
Included in responsive services are interventions
necessary to help students succeed; these include
individual and group counseling, consultation, referrals
to community agencies, crisis intervention and
management, and prevention activities.

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School Counseling/Student
Development Curriculum
These are structured developmental experiences designed
to address academic, career, and personal/social needs of
students from pre-kindergarten to twelfth grade.
These experiences or activities include those in the
classroom, in a large group setting, or through
interdisciplinary activities.

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System Support
Consists of the management activities necessary to the
success of the school counseling program.
System support includes activities such as professional
development, program promotion, consultation with
teachers and staff, parent and community outreach,
committee participation, research, and program
evaluation.

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Management System
Getting organized to ensure the participation of all
students in a comprehensive school counseling
program…







Calendars
School Counselor and Principal Collaboration
Quarterly Reports
Annual Program Reports
Program Mapping
Advisory Committee

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Accountability System
 School Improvement Process
 Using Data
 MEASURE Tool (chapter 8)

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Accountable School Counselors
 collect, analyze and use data to understand current
achievement story for students
 provide administrators, boards and community with
results that demonstrate school counseling effectiveness
help to identify and correct issues that impact student
performance
 contribute to closing the gap in student performance
 work as a collaborator and team player to improve
student success
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From
Traditional Practice




Counseling
Coordination
Consultation

To

Transformed Practice










Service driven model




Counseling
Coordination of services
Consultation
Leadership
Social justice advocate
Collaboration and teaming
Managing resources
Use of data
Technology
Systemic change agent

Systemic and programmatic
model
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Comprehensive School
Counseling Programs







help students develop knowledge and skills that
are needed in today’s and tomorrow’s world.
are an integral component of the mission of our
school.
support student success and assist them with
academic, career and personal-social
development.
are for all students—not only for those in crisis or
those going to college.
are effective and accountable.

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