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“Finally, a text that thoroughly covers the topic of classroom guidance – an effective tool for every school counselor at every school level.” –Tiffany Bates, Louisiana Tech University Intended for school counselors to aid in the learning of developmental classroom guidance, School Counseling Classroom Guidance: Prevention, Accountability, and Outcomes teaches the fundamentals, strategies, and research outcomes of classroom guidance programming for comprehensive, developmentally appropriate school counseling programs. The content of this book looks at the history and fundamentals of classroom guidance, how these activities meet CACREP and ASCA standards, how and why activities should be aligned to the larger academic curriculum and state/national teaching standards, recommendations on how to develop and assess classroom guidance units, a sampling of units and lessons, techniques in managing the classroom, and outcome research and trends. School Counseling Classroom Guidance: Prevention, Accountability, and Outcomes is part of the Counseling and Professional Identity Series, which targets specific competencies identified by CACREP (Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Programs). To learn more about each text in the Series, please visit www.sagepub.com/vip/cpiseries.
Chapter 7: Delivery, Evaluation, Analysis, and Reporting
Delivery, Evaluation, Analysis, and Reporting
Julie is a middle school counselor who works with seventh-grade students. There are two additional counselors who work with sixth and eighth grades. Recently, a few of the seventh-grade teachers have spoken with Julie about the seventh-grade students being distracted by what appears to be more than normal conflicts. Although the students are trying to keep the teachers from seeing what is going on, the behaviors are affecting the teachers’ instruction. After speaking with several of the seventh-grade teachers, Julie decides that she needs to find a way to address the problem and decides to conduct an informal needs assessment by giving the teachers a short survey regarding ...