A systematic process of evaluating potential risks.
Measurement of the school counseling program on the components of the ASCA National Model to guide future action within the program and to improve future results for students.
When counselors direct high school students to vocational assessments today, students might still not be able to mention those specific careers, only because they don’t know the wide variety of options out there. And that’s the problem with current high school vocational assessments: they don’t point kids in the right direction for modern career paths. The most-used high school vocational assessment is the “Strong Interest Inventory®” assessment
Any activity or duty not related to the design, implementation or assessment of the school counseling program
A self-report instrument used to measure a school counselor’s knowledge, attitudes and skills related to the school counseling profession.
Tool designed to help school counselors determine how much time is spent in the design, implementation and assessment of the school counseling program rather than non-school-counseling activities
Annual review of school counselor performance that evaluates personal and professional performance and contributions to the design, implementation and assessment of the school counseling program; may be used for contract status recommendations and indicates summative evaluation of school counselor effectiveness
Refers to the process of providing interventions that vary in focus and intensity aligned with individual students’ needs
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