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Title: PRoBE Presentation Partnerships for Results Based Evaluation


1
PRoBE Presentation Partnerships for Results Based
Evaluation
  • Social Skills
  • 7th and 8th Grade
  • Missouri State University
  • In Partial Fulfillment of Requirements for School
    Counselor Internship
  • COU 783
  • Jerilie DeGuire
  • Spring 2010
  • Dr. Marci Dowdy, Faculty

2
Critical Problem
  • This intervention was used for the purpose of
    teaching students better social skills in hopes
    of decreasing discipline referral while at the
    same time increasing attendance and overall
    awareness of self and others.

3
SIMS Students, Interventions, Measurements and
Settings
  • Students 7th and 8th grade students were
    identified through team core teachers, the
    process coordinator, and the counselor.
  • Interventions Counselor met with students in
    small group setting for 6 consecutive weeks.
  • Measurements Pre-Post Anger Assessment Survey
    Pre-Post Interpersonal Relationships Checklist I
    II, Pre-Post Teacher Observations, Attendance,
    Discipline referral, Student Post-Group
    Perceptions.
  • Setting Counselor met with students every
    Monday or Friday in the Counseling office
    conference room at Camdenton Middle School during
    homeroom which consisted of approximately 45
    minutes.

4
Group Topics Session 1
  • Handouts
  • Self-Assessment Inventory (The Box)
  • Small Group Guideline (MCCE Website)
  • Anger Self Assessment (MCCE Website)
  • Lesson
  • The Golden Rule The Box
  • How to be a Good Friend The Box
  • Team Building
  • How High Can You Go (Keane, 2007)

5
Group Topics Session 2
  • Handouts
  • Interpersonal Relationships Checklist I II (The
    Box)
  • Trigger Chart (MCCE Website)
  • Lesson
  • Anger (MCCE Website)
  • Team Building
  • Stand up and Cheer (Keane, 2007)

6
Group Topics Session 3
  • Handouts
  • Anger Management Style (MCCE Website)
  • Keep Cool Rules (Brigman, 2008)
  • Trigger Chart Cool Responses (MCCE Website)
  • Lesson
  • Anger continued (MCCE Website)
  • Assertive/Aggressive/Passive Behavior (The Box)
  • Team Building
  • The Tangled Web We Weave (Keane, 2007)

7
Group Topics Session 4
  • Handouts
  • I-Messages (Brigman, 2008)
  • Lesson
  • I-Messages (Brigman, 2008)
  • Body Language (Brigman, 2008)
  • Team Building
  • Balloon Team Olympics (Keane, 2007)

8
Group Topics Session 5
  • Handouts
  • Respect Survey (Josephson, 2006)
  • Manners Handout (Josephson, 2006)
  • Lesson
  • Respect (Josephson, 2006)
  • Manners (Josephson, 2006)
  • Team Building
  • What are They Here For? (Keane, 2007)

9
Group Topics Session 6
  • Handouts
  • Anger Post Assessment (MCCE Website)
  • Interpersonal Relationships Checklist I II (The
    Box)
  • Post Group Perceptions (MCCE Website)
  • Lesson Ending group feelings www.wordle.net
    created Wordcloud posters

10
Attendance
11
Discipline Referrals
12
Teacher Pre-Post Observations
Want 5s to go down, highest concern
13
Anger Management Self-Assessment
Up or Down indicates direction needed for
improvement from pre-post self inventory.
14
Interpersonal Relations Checklist I
Up or Down indicates direction needed for
improvement from pre-post self inventory.
15
Interpersonal Relations Checklist II
16
Post Group Self Observations
  • JM
  • Pre-Group Wanted to understand himself better
  • Post Group Learned how to handle his anger
    better
  • JS
  • Pre-Group Wanted to learn nothing
  • Post Group Learned how to control his anger
    better
  • ND Pre-Group Wanted to learn not a thing
  • Post Group Learned how to make new friends
  • RE
  • Pre-Group Wanted to learn how to make better
    friends
  • Post Group Helped him overall, especially with
    anger
  • TM
  • Pre-Group Wanted to learn how to communicate
    better
  • Post Group Learned how to control actions
    better. Also learned how to pay more attention
    in class and his emotions are more in control.

17
References
  • Brigman, G. Goodman, B. (2008). Group
    counseling for school counselors A practical
    guide. J Welston Walch. ME Portland
  • Feinberg, J (2009). www.wordle.net
  • Josephson Institute (2006). Good ideas to help
    young people develope good character. Josephson
    Institute of Ethics. CA Los Angeles.
  • Keane, M. Erford, B. (2007). Group activities.
    Pearson Education, Inc. NJ Upper Saddle River
  • Missouri Center for Career Education
    website,http//www.missouricareereducation.org/
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