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Title: School Counseling Advisory Council


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American Student Achievement Institute ASAI
School Counseling Advisory Council RENEWAL
MEETING 1 Welcome!
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? INTRODUCTIONS
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? LOOKING BACK
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THREE YEARS AGO Our school engaged in
Redesigning School Counseling (RSC)
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RSC FOUNDATIONAL BELIEFS
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Foundational Belief
Purpose of school counseling is to prepare
students for academic success at the next
educational level.
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Foundational Belief
Achievement
STUDENT CHOICES
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RSC LEADERSHIP
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RSC Steering Team
Redesigning School Counseling
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This month
School Counseling Advisory Council
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RSC PROCESS
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Redesigning School Counseling Process
1 Advisory Council
2 VISION
6 Resource Goals
4 Program Priorities
5 Resource Data
3 Student Data
9 Preparation Guidance Lessons Program
Calendar Individual Calendars Annual Budget
8 Activities Guidance Counseling Advocacy Managem
ent
7 Student Goals Achievement Student
Choices Guidance Counseling
ACTION
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RSC PRODUCTS
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  • RSC PRODUCTS
  • Vision Statement
  • Mission Statement
  • Student Goals
  • Academic Goals
  • Student Choice Goals
  • Guidance Goals (indicators)
  • Counseling Goals
  • Activities

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Submitted Products (portfolio) to DOE
Indiana Gold Star School Counseling
Award Indiana Department of Education
Recognized ASCA Model Program Award American
School Counselor Association
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? THIS YEAR
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  • OVERVIEW
  • A. Create a School Counseling Program to begin
    implementing next year by
  • Reviewing new student data
  • Revising your current vision, goals, and
    activities
  • (as necessary)
  • 3) Revising all other parts of your School
    Counseling Portfolio (as necessary)
  • Enter all components of your school counseling
    program into the RSC Online System
  • Click a button to submit your School Counseling
    Portfolio to DOE for review by June 30

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First Semester Tasks
  • Advisory Council Meeting 1 - SEPTEMBER
  • Update Vision Statement
  • 2. Advisory Council Meeting 2 - OCTOBER
  • Update Program Goals
  • Identify Close-the-Gap Goal(s)
  • Identify Targeted Goal(s)
  • 3. Advisory Council Meeting 3 - NOVEMBER
  • Update Program Activities

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Meeting Schedule
DATE TIME FOCUS
1 Advisory Council Meeting 1 Overview of the year Vision
2 Advisory Council Meeting 2 Program Goals
3 Advisory Council Meeting 3 Program Activities
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? TERMINOLOGY REVIEW
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SCOPE OF SCHOOL COUNSELING
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DEFINITION
GUIDANCE ACTIVITIES Guidance activities are
provided by parents, teachers, counselors,
community members and others to help students
learn what they need to know to make sound
academic, career, and citizenship choices.
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DEFINITION
COUNSELING ACTIVITIES Counseling activities are
provided by credential professionals to help
some students address personal and social
concerns that are interfering
with learning.
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DEFINITION
ADVOCACY ACTIVITIES Advocacy activities are
provided by school counselors to create an
environment that supports high achievement for
all students.
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DEFINITION
MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES Management activities are
behind-the-scenes activities provided by school
counselors to help the school counseling program
run effectively and efficiently.
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DEFINITION
  • NON-PROGRAM ACTIVITIES
  • Activities provided by school counselors that do
    not help students
  • Learn so they can make sound academic, career and
    personal-social choices
  • Address a personal or social concern that is
    interfering with learning

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? BEFORE WE VISION Things to Think About
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The Global Economy and Outsourcing
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Outsourcing LOW-SKILL WORKFORCE
  • U.S. companies began outsourcing in the 1960s
    because of the low cost of labor.
  • 80 of the workforce lives in countries where the
    average wage is less than 1.00 per hour.
  • 2. As transportation and communications improved
    so did the outsourcing of manufacturing jobs.
  • Textiles ? Televisions
  • Shoes ? Stereos
  • Radios ? VCRs
  • Toys ? Auto parts

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Outsourcing HIGH-SKILL WORKFORCE
  • 1. More recently, companies began outsourcing
    high-school jobs because of low labor costs
  • Example Software Engineer U.S.A 66,100 / yr
  • India 10,000 / yr
  • 2. As communication costs lowered and software
    packages became standardized, the outsourcing of
    high-skilled jobs increased.
  • Customer services ? Medical transcription
  • Telemarketing ? Tax preparation
  • Document management ? Financial services
  • Source International Labour Organization and
    the Paaras Group, 2004

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Outsourcing HIGH-SKILL WORKFORCE
WHAT CEOs SAY Everything you can send down a
wire is up for grabs. Nandan Nilekani, CEO,
Infosys Technologies, India There is no job
that is Americas God-given right
anymore. Carly Fiorina, Former CEO,
Hewlett-Packard, U.S.A.
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Benefits of Postsecondary Completion
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Individual Benefit - Standard of Living
Weekly Income
Source U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2009
(http//www.bls.gov/emp/ep_chart_001.htm)
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Individual Benefit - Standard of Living
Income Difference Over 42 Years (average number
of working years)
DIFFERENCE
High School ------
High School 159,432
Voc / Assoc 294,840
Bachelor Degree 871,416
Masters Degree 1,378,104
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Individual Benefit - Standard of Living
Unemployment
Source U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2009
(http//www.bls.gov/emp/ep_chart_001.htm)
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What do we need to do to prepare our young
people to be ready for their future
in a global economy?
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JOB READYWhat does ready mean to employers?
Academic Skills Soft Skills Habits of Mind
Informational reading Persuasive writing Oral presentation Data analysis stats Math application Teamwork Work ethic Responsibility Attendance Punctuality Time management Analysis Interpretation Precision accuracy Problem solving Reasoning
Source Education Week, What Does Ready Mean? June 2007 Source Education Week, What Does Ready Mean? June 2007 Source Education Week, What Does Ready Mean? June 2007
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COLLEGE READYWhat does ready mean to colleges?
College Admission Folder
1. Application 2. Academic Record (rigor, GPA, rank) 3. Standardized Test Scores 4. Recommendations 5. Personal Factor How students spend their free time. Sports, music, community service, hobbies, etc.
Source Parts of an Admission Folder, National Association of College Admissions Counselors, 2008
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? VISION BRAINSTORM
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The Vision Statement
If the adults were living by these core
convic-tions, what would be their behaviors
attitudes??
CORE CONVICTIONS What do we believe in our hearts
? that all kids deserve?
If the students were doing these things, what
would be our schools statistics?
If the adults are living by their core
convic-tions, what would be the student behaviors
attitudes?
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LARGE GROUP SHARINGAll students deserve . . .
OMIT Type ADD Type
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LARGE GROUP SHARINGAdult Behaviors and Attitudes
OMIT Type ADD Type
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LARGE GROUP SHARINGStudent Behaviors and
Attitudes
OMIT Type ADD Type
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LARGE GROUP SHARINGIdeal Data
OMIT Type ADD Type
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American Student Achievement Institute ASAI
REDESIGNING SCHOOL COUNSELING Review and
Revise VISION
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