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A new research-based approach to the design, delivery and evaluation of K–12 school counseling programs

Learn about a Construct-Based Approach (CBA) to school counseling that uses four research-based constructs to focus school counseling programs on areas that can significantly increase the impact on student achievement and school improvement. Discover essential school counseling processes in which all students participate: student planning, academic support, college and career readiness, and personal growth and social interaction.

The authors, leading educational experts, use research to refocus attention on student results, a challenging results-based school counseling curriculum and meaningful student assessments. See examples of how a CBA looks in practice with the following: In-depth analysis of student standards and competencies; Developmentally-appropriate scope and sequence; Documented curriculum activities; Sample student assessments

An online toolkit consisting of electronic files with structured processes, clearly-defined protocols and easy-to-use tools to help implement a CBA will be coming soon.

This groundbreaking approach can help transform your counseling program. You will love it. Your students will love it. Get started today!

Role of Curriculum in a CBA
Role of curriculum in a CBA
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