The transformed school counselor chapter 1

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New Vision of 21st Century School Counseling The Transformed School Counselor Chapter ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws New Directions for 21st Century Schools  Higher Levels of Academic Expectations  Pressures From the Global Economy  Rapidly Changing Technology  Swings and Shifts in Societal Issues and Values ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws We know that the state of education in our nation isn’t as good as it needs to be! ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws Percentage of 25- to 29-year-olds who attained selected levels of education in 2009 Source: Aud, S., Hussar, W., Planty, M., Snyder, T., Bianco, K., Fox, M., Frohlich, L., Kemp, J., Drake, L (2010) The Condition of Education 2010 (NCES 2010-028) National Center for Education Statistics, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S Department of Education Washington, DC ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws School Counseling Changing With the Times         Historical Overview – from Parsons to the National Defense Education Act (1958) Early comprehensive programs 1970’s A Nation at Risk (1983), America 2000, GOALS 2000 No Child Left Behind (2001) ASCA National Standards (1997) Transformed School Counseling (1997) ASCA National Model (2003, 2005) Blueprint for Reform (2010) ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws Purpose of Counseling in Schools       support students to achieve to the best of their ability; help students manage their behavior; improve students’ social and personal relationships; increase a student’s ability to cope and succeed; provide transition and post secondary planning (help students adjust to a new grade and/or college planning); and connect the work of the school counselor to school improvement goals ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws “To restructure, we must first look deeply at the goals we set for our children and the beliefs we have about them.” Asa Hillard III ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws What school counselors need to be know and be able to to successfully meet the st challenges of 21 century schools and students? ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws 21st Century Students Many students face emotional, physical, social, and economic barriers that inhibit successful learning One in five children live in poverty, and almost one-third of the children in the country under the age of eighteen not live with both parents (Children’s Defense Fund, 2010) ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws The Important Role of 21st Century School Counselors      Supporting Student Success Helping All Children Achieve at a Higher Level Leaders and Advocates for School Improvement Partners in Educational Excellence Closing the Opportunity and Information Gaps to Help Eliminate the Achievement Gap ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws School Counselors Acting As Agents of Change   Create a climate where access and support for quality and rigor is the norm Embrace the ethical and moral obligation to reduce and eliminate social and institutional barriers that stand in the way of students’ success ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws 21st Century School Counselor Traditional Role Focus         Individual students’ concerns/issues Primary focus on personal/social development Clinical model focused on student deficits Mental health provider for individual and small group counseling Post secondary planning for interested students Ancillary support personnel Works in isolation; little collaboration with teachers Student scheduler ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws Transformed Role Focus         Proactive prevention and intervention for every student Academic / career and personal social development Whole school and system concerns/issues model Academic, career, and personal-social counseling to support student learning and achievement, supporting student success All students career and college ready Key contributor to effect change as a leader, social justice advocate, program developer Shift from “I” to the “We” mindset as a team player and collaborator with all educators and staff in the school Develop a program of study with students based on education and career goals ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws Ensuring Every Stakeholder Benefits from School Counseling Programs What are the BENEFITS for: Students Parents Faculty Administration Business community Higher education – School counselors ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws Closing the “Gaps” Helping to close the opportunity, information, and achievement gaps is a primary purpose for the work of counselors in schools What can school counselors do? ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws Beliefs Determine Behavior How Can School Counselors Show Their Beliefs About Student Success Through Their Actions? ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws The Past - The Future School counselors need to identify, clarify, implement, and communicate the characteristics associated with effective school counseling programs or Sprinthall’s (1971) concerns about the ambiguous nature of and purpose for school counseling programs will continue to prevail ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws We Must Be Powerful Contributors As key players in the school improvement arena, 21st-century school counselors can contribute in powerful ways to creating schools that nurture respect, have high aspirations, and are committed to closing the gap! ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws How has the school counseling profession changed in the last 20 years? What changes have your personally noticed in the practice of school counselors? ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws Our Contributions to Our Schools    support student success; help all children achieve at a higher level; change attitudes and beliefs about student achievement; and, partners in educational excellence ©2012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws [...]... purpose for the work of counselors in schools What can school counselors do? ©2 012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws Beliefs Determine Behavior How Can School Counselors Show Their Beliefs About Student Success Through Their Actions? ©2 012 Cengage Learning These materials... commercial use is in violation of copyright laws The Past - The Future School counselors need to identify, clarify, implement, and communicate the characteristics associated with effective school counseling programs or Sprinthall’s (19 71) concerns about the ambiguous nature of and purpose for school counseling programs will continue to prevail ©2 012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom... players in the school improvement arena, 21st-century school counselors can contribute in powerful ways to creating schools that nurture respect, have high aspirations, and are committed to closing the gap! ©2 012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws How has the school. .. School Counseling Programs What are the BENEFITS for: Students Parents Faculty Administration Business community Higher education – School counselors ©2 012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws Closing the “Gaps” Helping to close the opportunity, information, and.. .School Counselors Acting As Agents of Change   Create a climate where access and support for quality and rigor is the norm Embrace the ethical and moral obligation to reduce and eliminate social and institutional barriers that stand in the way of students’ success ©2 012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be... has the school counseling profession changed in the last 20 years? What changes have your personally noticed in the practice of school counselors? ©2 012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws Our Contributions to Our Schools    support student success; help all... to the “We” mindset as a team player and collaborator with all educators and staff in the school Develop a program of study with students based on education and career goals ©2 012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws Ensuring Every Stakeholder Benefits from School. .. with teachers Student scheduler ©2 012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws Transformed Role Focus         Proactive prevention and intervention for every student Academic / career and personal social development Whole school and system concerns/issues model... success ©2 012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws 21st Century School Counselor Traditional Role Focus         Individual students’ concerns/issues Primary focus on personal/social development Clinical model focused on student deficits Mental health provider... to Our Schools    support student success; help all children achieve at a higher level; change attitudes and beliefs about student achievement; and, partners in educational excellence ©2 012 Cengage Learning These materials are designed for classroom use and can be used for educational purposes only Reproduction for commercial use is in violation of copyright laws ... Child Left Behind (20 01) ASCA National Standards (19 97) Transformed School Counseling (19 97) ASCA National Model (2003, 2005) Blueprint for Reform (2 010 ) ©2 012 Cengage Learning These materials are... Closing the “Gaps” Helping to close the opportunity, information, and achievement gaps is a primary purpose for the work of counselors in schools What can school counselors do? ©2 012 Cengage... laws The Past - The Future School counselors need to identify, clarify, implement, and communicate the characteristics associated with effective school counseling programs or Sprinthall’s (19 71)
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