School counseling that makes a difference–for all students! As an elementary school counselor, you’re implementing a comprehensive program to promote academic and social-emotional development for all students. You’re planting seeds of college and career readiness, which means creating core curriculum classroom lessons, delivering engaging content to students and parents, managing classroom behaviors, providing assessments, and sharing the results. The good news is that you don’t have to do it alone. In this guide, three experienced school counselors take you step by step through the creation and implementation of high-quality Tier 1 systems of universal supports. With a focus on proactive and prevention education through core curriculum classroom lessons and schoolwide activities, this practical text includes: • The school counselor’s role in Multi-tiered, Multi-Domain System of Supports • Examples to help with design, implementation, and evaluation • Guidance for selecting curriculum and developing lesson and action plans • Alignment with ASCA National Model and ASCA Mindsets and Behaviors • Vignettes from practicing elementary school counselors • Recommendations for including families in prevention activities • Management tools, reproducible templates, and reflective activities and processing questions You teach the academic, college and career, and social-emotional competencies students need to be successful learners. With this book’s expert guidance, you’re prepared to help them get there. “This book accomplishes what so many school counseling graduates are often left to learn ‘on the job’: translation of theory and ideas into meaningful, evidence-based practice within a multi-tiered system of supports.” –Paul C. Harris, Assistant Professor, Counselor Education University of Virginia “This is the book all elementary school counselors have been waiting for! Not only can it deepen our skills as educators and collaborators, it also provides a sounding board for effective school counseling practices that are standards-based, measurable, and focused on closing the achievement gap.” –Kirsten Perry, Elementary School Counselor Lawndale Community Academy, Chicago, IL

Sharing School Counseling Program Results

Sharing School Counseling Program Results

Joy was a school counseling trainee interning at an elementary school during her last semester of graduate school. One day she asked her school counseling supervisor, “What should I really focus on learning to become a highly skilled counselor?”

Her supervisor paused and then responded, “When I was in your shoes, I never imagined this would be my answer, but collecting and analyzing data and effectively marketing your school counseling program are essential skills for school counselors today. I can work extremely hard, but if I don’t demonstrate and share the impact of my work, neither teachers, administrators, nor families will understand the benefit of a comprehensive school counseling program. Learning about data ...

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