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Title: Implementing the NC Guidance Essential Standards using the ASCA National Model


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Implementing the NC Guidance Essential Standards
using the ASCA National Model
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Collaborative Activity
  • Think of one resource or activity that you have
    tried since our last meeting.
  • Share with goal group.
  • Share with table group.

3
Graffiti Write
  • What does a 21st Century Counselor Do?
  • Brainstorm write as many ideas as possible on
    chart paper
  • Post chart paper on the wall

4
Good News!2011-2012 Graduation Rate
  • Highest graduation rate ever in NC
  • 80.2 89,126 students

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Still Leaves
  • 21,975

6
Framework for NC School Counseling
3rd Edition
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Foundation
  • 3rd Edition

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Program FocusFoundation
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GUIDING MISSION
  • The guiding mission of the North Carolina
    State Board of Education is that every public
    school student will graduate from high school,
    globally competitive for work and postsecondary
    education and prepared for life in the 21st
    Century.

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Vision of NC School CounselorsNC State Board of
Education, 2008
  • The demands of twenty-first century education
    dictate new
  • roles for school counselors. Schools need
    professional
  • school counselors who are adept at creating
    systems for
  • change and at building relationships within the
    school
  • community. Professional School Counselors create
  • nurturing relationships with students that
    enhance
  • academic achievement and personal success as
    globally
  • productive citizens in the twenty-first century.
    Utilizing
  • leadership, advocacy, and collaboration,
  • professional school counselors promote academic
    achievement and
  • personal success by implementing a comprehensive
    school
  • counseling program that encompasses areas of
    academic,
  • career, and personal/social development for all
    students.

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NC K-12 Guidance Essential Standards
The Purpose of StandardsTo define and
communicate the knowledge and skills a student
must master to be globally competitive.
State Board of Education GoalNC public schools
will produce globally competitive students.
Mission
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What is the role of the SC?
DuFour
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NC School Counselors
  • Design data-driven comprehensive school
    counseling programs that promote student
    achievement.
  • Deliver programs that are comprehensive in scope,
    preventive in design and developmental in nature.
  • Are accountable for assuring that every student
    has the opportunity to learn, achieve and
    graduate college and career ready.

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Framework for NC School Counseling
3rd Edition
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Delivery
  • 2nd Edition
  • 3rd Edition

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80
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Delivery
With Students
For Students
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Examples of Direct Student ServicesDelivery
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Examples of Indirect Student ServicesDelivery
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Framework for NC School Counseling
3rd Edition
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Management
  • 2nd Edition
  • 3rd Edition

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Assessments p. 59
Program Assessment/Audit
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Assessments p. 63
Use of Time Assessment
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AssessmentsManagement
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ToolsManagement
New
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School Data Profile Template p. 66
New
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Important Tool for Shared Vision
  • Develop preliminary school counseling program
    based upon data School Improvement Plan (SIP)
  • Meet with Administrator to discuss finalize
    goals plan for the school year
  • Goals/Plan should support student achievement,
    align with SIP and School Counselor evaluation
    instrument

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Page 64
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Accountability
  • 2nd Edition
  • 3rd Edition

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What is Data Literacy?
  • Understanding how to
  • Find data
  • Evaluate data
  • Use data to inform decisions

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  • A data literate person possesses the knowledge
    to
  • Gather
  • Analyze
  • Graphically convey information
  • Support decision-making

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Types of Data
  • Achievement or assessment data
  • Demographic data
  • Program data
  • Perception data
  • Results over time data/Outcome data

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Data Driven Decision Making(D3M)
  • Collecting appropriate data
  • Analyzing the data
  • Getting the data to the people who need it
  • Using the data to increase school efficiencies
    and improve student achievement

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School Counselors Leaders in School
Improvement Planning
  • Transition in and out (transition between
    levels/graduation)
  • Intervention Attendance/Academic
    Recovery/Socio-Emotional
  • Academic course rigor promotion from grade to
    grade and to graduate career college ready
  • Data school-wide data needed by PLCs school
    improvement data assisting others in selecting
    and using appropriate data
  • Teacher Retention/Recruitment collaboration and
    support efforts of the teachers since high
    quality teaching yields high performing students
  • D3M (Data-driven Decision Making)

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Types of Data
Process Data What did you do for whom? Perception Data What do people think they know, believe or can do? Strategies goals objectives Outcome/Results Data Implications for continuous improvement Outcome/Results Data Implications for continuous improvement
How Many affected process Competency-Skill Attainment Data Strategies leading to Skill development or Behavior Change Achievement-Related Data Achievement Data
Guidance Lessons, groups, parent meetings, etc. Who? What? When? Where? How long? Attitudes Skills Knowledge Strategies leading to Skill development or Behavior Change Attendance Discipline referrals Parent Involvement Homework Completion Course Enrollment Failing courses EOG/EOC SAT/ACT Graduation rates GPA AP tests College prep and CTE course completion Retention rates
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Comprehensive School Counseling Program Assessment
Impact on Student Achievement
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Table Talk
  • Data Relate to what you are doing over the next
    2 months
  • Is it socio-emotional?
  • Is it academic?
  • Is it college and career ready?

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NC Wise ResourceGraduation Resiliency Factors
  • http//www.ncpublicschools.org/graduate/resiliency
    /
  • NC Wise Report Early Warning Report

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Academic At-Risk Reports
  • At-Risk Report
  • AYP at Risk
  • Graduation at Risk
  • Other at Risk

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DATABe ProactiveUse these tools to determine
local policy for providing targeted intervention
and support to students who are at risk for not
meeting future academic milestones.
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Making Data Driven Decisions
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Framework for NC School Counseling
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Data is Power Do the Math
  • Data-driven Comprehensive School Counseling
    Programs Accountability
  • Accountability Student Achievement
  • Student Achievement College Career Readiness
  • Goals Achieved!

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Evaluation ImprovementAccountability
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Graffiti Write
  • Return to your groups chart paper
  • Use different colored dots to categorize 21st
    professional behaviors that align with the
    components of the ASCA National Model.

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Dot Legend ASCA Framework
  • RED - Foundation
  • GREEN - Delivery
  • YELLOW - Management
  • BLUE - Accountability

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Where Do I Begin?
  • Study the ASCA National Model
  • Review and learn the Guidance Essential Standards
  • Start implementation planning in curriculum areas
    where there are natural alignments?
  • Review your schools data
  • What are the areas of need indicated by the data?
    Gaps? Use SIP!
  • How do the needs align with the SIP?

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  • Review all information with your administrator
  • Develop a program to include in the annual
    agreement
  • Analyze Outcome Results Data Publicize
  • Align program to meet SC Evaluation
  • Program Planning
  • Assure other curriculum areas understand the
    Guidance Essential Standards
  • Work with teachers through PLCs/PLTs
  • Include Direct and Indirect Services to Students
  • Align with SIP goals of the school district

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Questions?
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Useful Websites
  • School Counseling Wikispace www.schoolcounseling.
    ncdpi.wikispaces.net
  • NCDPI School Counseling LiveBinders link to
    this site from the wikispace
  • NC Falcon http//www.ncpublicschools.org/acre/fa
    lcon/ note the Professional Development tab on
    the left formative assessments
  • NC Education RBT video https//center.ncsu.edu/n
    c/login/index.php
  • American School Counselor Association (ASCA)
    http//www.schoolcounselor.org/

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NC School Counseling Wiki
  • NCDPI School Counseling WikiSpace
  • http//schoolcounseling.ncdpi.wikispaces.net
  • NCDPI School Counseling LiveBinder

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References Resources
  • ASCA National Model Framework for School
    Counseling (3rd ed.) (2012)., American School
    Counselors Association. Alexandria, VA
    http//p.b5z.net/i/u/10045791/f/PDF/Draft_National
    _Model_3rd_Ed.pdf
  • Dahir, C.A. Stone, C.B. (2012) The transformed
    school counselor (2nd ed.). Belmont, CA
    Brooks/Cole
  • Dimmitt, C., Carey, J.C. Hatch, T. (2007).
    Evidence-based school counseling Making a
    difference with data-driven practices. Thousand
    Oaks, CA Corwin Press
  • Ehren, B. EdD, Montgomery, J., PhD, Rudebusch,
    J., EdD, Whitmire, K., PhD, New Roles in Response
    to Intervention Creating Success for Schools and
    Children, November 2006
  • RTI Action Network. Retrieved June3, 2008
    http//rtinetwork.org/?gclidCNati4-J2ZMCFQEQGgodm
    TvPaA
  • Shaprio, E. S. Tiered Instruction and
    Intervention in a Response-to-Intervention Model.
    Retrieved June 5, 2008
  • http//www.rtinetwork.org/Essential/TieredInstruct
    ion/ar/ServiceDelivery/1
  • Young, A., Kaffenberger, C. (2009). Making
    Data Work. Alexandria, VA American School
    Counselors Association

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  • NC School Counselors are Leaders in Student
    Achievement
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