the asca national model

đź“’Asca National Model by American School Counselor Association

Genre : Education
Publisher : Amer School Counseling Assn
ISBN_10 : 1929289324
Copyright Year : 2012
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DESCRIPTION : In this book you will learn: Ways to lead, advocate and collaborate for achievement and success for all students. How to craft a vision statement, fine-tune your program focus and enhance the learning process for all students. Steps to determine the amount of time you currently spend in direct and indirect student services and various activities throughout the day and how to work with your administrator to get approval for the proper mix. Details about school counselor competencies and program assessments,helping you evaluate your skills and your programs effectiveness. How to measure program results and promote systemic change within the school system so every student graduates college-and career ready. Ways to analyze your current data, learn what its telling you and act on your schools needs. Methods for demonstrating how students a re different as a result of what you do.

Genre : Educational counseling
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ISBN_10 : 1929289022
Copyright Year : 2005
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Genre : Educational counseling
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ISBN_10 : 1929289480
Copyright Year : 2016
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DESCRIPTION : This is a supplement to the ASCA National Model and is designed to provide further insight in to implementing a comprehensive school counseling program.

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ISBN_10 : 0355932776
Copyright Year : 2018
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DESCRIPTION : School counselors in the 21st century have changed the way society understands the profession in both theory and practice. The focal point of the American School Counselor Association’s (ASCA) National Model is for school counselors to promote student success by reducing the existing achievement gap found among students of color, poor students, or underachieving students and their more advantaged peers (ASCA, 2005). However, little data is available on the activities of school counselors and the percentage of African American students in urban schools. The purpose of my study was to explore the relationship between the frequency of activities performed by school counselors as defined in the ASCA National Model and the percentage of African American students in urban schools. I used a known validated instrument, the School Counselor Activity Rating Scale (SCARS) which measures the frequency with which school counselors perform activities recommended by the ASCA National Model (Scarborough, 2005). My results showed that many of the participants were Caucasian (56%) and women (91%). The average age of the participants in my study was 37 years old. While a plurality of the participants (41%) worked in high schools, the other participants were employed evenly in the other three settings of elementary, middle/jr., or other/combination. I discovered that in terms of years employed as a school counselor in their current setting, most of the participants (71%) had been in their current school fewer than five years in an urban school. Most of the counselors (69%) had obtained a master’s degree in school counseling from a program accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). School counselors working in schools with various ranges of African American students took part in my study. The average school counselor that responded to my study had (48%) Africa American students in their schools. School counselors working in urban schools implement many of the activities recommended by the ASCA National Model on a frequent basis. I conducted Pearson correlations to identify a relationship between school counselor activities and the percentage of African American students in schools. The results show no significant relationship between school counselors’ activities and the percentage of African American students. Practicing school counselors as well as administrators in urban schools can gain insight from the results of my study.

Genre : Counseling in elementary education
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ISBN_10 : OCLC:611922792
Copyright Year : 2009
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DESCRIPTION : Author's abstract.

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ISBN_10 : OCLC:654960010
Copyright Year : 2004
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DESCRIPTION : Implementation of the American School Counseling Association National Model: Readiness Level of Mississippi School Districts Based on School Counselor Perceptions Abstract The researcher examined school counselors? perceptions of the readiness level of school districts in Mississippi to implement the American School Counseling Association (ASCA) National Model. The researcher also addressed certain school and counselor characteristics that could be predictors of this level of readiness. The predictor variables included grade level of counselor?s school (elementary, middle, high school/vocational), number of years of counseling experience, years of experience as a classroom teacher, student-to-counselor ratio, age, race, and level of education (M.S., Ed. S., Ph. D.). The dependent variable was the school counselor?s perceived level of readiness of the school district based on their overall scores on the ASCA National Model District Readiness Survey. The researcher also examined the perceived readiness level of school districts in the State of Mississippi in each of the 7 ASCA National Model readiness indicators (i. e., community support, leadership, guidance curriculum, school counselors? beliefs and attitudes, school counselors? skills, district resources, and staffing/time use). Based on mean scores for the seven readiness indicators on the ASCA National Model District Readiness Survey, school counselors perceived two indicators as being ready to implement the ASCA National Model: School Counselors? Beliefs and Attitudes and School Counselors? Skills. School counselors perceived three indicators as being minimally ready: Community Support, Leadership, and Guidance Curriculum. School counselors perceived two indicators as being not ready to implement the ASCA National Model: District Resources and Staffing/Time Use. Based on school counselor perceptions, the?overall? readiness level of Mississippi school districts to implement the ASCA National Model is a minimal lev.

Genre : Medical
Publisher : Cengage Learning
ISBN_10 : 9781285965932
Copyright Year : 2014-01-01
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DESCRIPTION : Get a realistic front-line look at what it means to be a school counselor. Emphasizing an action-oriented approach, this book concentrates on the practical aspects of school counseling by focusing on the roles of the counselor. Each chapter includes an excerpt from the author or a contributor that relates a personal experience in a school setting. These first- and second-hand accounts throughout the book support the theory, practice, and skills for school counseling and illustrate the many roles and responsibilities counselors assume in schools. EXPLORING SCHOOL COUNSELING, 2nd Edition features a greater emphasis on CACREP standards as well as the ASCA National Model and School Counselor Competencies. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Genre : Burn out (Psychology)
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ISBN_10 : OCLC:965456531
Copyright Year : 2016
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DESCRIPTION : The purpose of the study was to determine the predictive value of the level of implementation of the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Model, several demographic variables, perceived job satisfaction, perceived job stress, coping styles and responses, level of role ambiguity, and level of role conflict on school counselors’ level of burnout (research question one). Additionally, the purpose of this study was to determine the impact of several demographic and environmental factors to explain the variance in the ASCA National Model implementation in different school settings (research question two). A demographic survey and several instrumentations were used to investigate the research questions. Participants completed the instrumentations in Qualtrics. The participants were 208 school counselors working full-time with at least one year of experience as a school counselor and a member of the ASCA. Multiple linear regression analyses were conducted for the research questions. Results of research question one showed perceived job stress, level of role conflict, perceived job satisfaction, level of role ambiguity, and the amount of time engaged in consultation monthly accounted for 62.0% of the variance in level of burnout for school counselors. Results of research question two revealed the percentage of non-counseling duties school counselors engaged in weekly and level of role ambiguity accounted for 35.3% of the variance in level of implementation of the ASCA National Model. A discussion of the results, implications, limitations of the study, and recommendations for future research were presented in relation to the present study.

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Publisher : SAGE
ISBN_10 : 9781412950114
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Genre : Education
Publisher : Corwin Press
ISBN_10 : 9781544342092
Copyright Year : 2019-05-14
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DESCRIPTION : School counseling that makes a difference—for all students! As an secondary school counselor, you’re implementing a comprehensive program for all students. This hands-on guide takes you step by step through the creation and implementation of high-quality Tier 1 system of supports, with a focus on prevention education through core curriculum classroom lessons and schoolwide activities. Features include: The school counselor’s role in Multi-Tier Multi-Domain System of Supports Specific examples to help with design, implementation, and evaluation Guidance for selecting curriculum and developing lesson plans and action plans Alignment with ASCA National Model and ASCA Mindsets and Behaviors Numerous charts, graphs, and images to demonstrate concepts