Thursday, October 10, 2019

Asca Model Handouts Essay

The Flow— The black and white graphics were carefully chosen to communicate the flow of information and date through the four elements of the school program. The Foundation feeds into the Management system and Delivery System. In turn, both Management and Delivery System feed into Accountability process as data collected from program management duties and from the delivery of the CSCP flow together for evaluation, program improvement and dissemination. Finally, you will notice that the white arrow into the Accountability Block create a black arrow pointing the Foundation block, as the results of the reports and the evaluation process are used to further refine the mission statement and assess progress toward the students attainment of the ASCA National ASCA National Model School Success— standards outline goals for school counseling program, establish school counseling as essential and integral to the educational mission of all schools, promote access by all students, and describe the key competencies all students should be able to demonstrate by the end of their K-12 experience by encouraging genuine collaboration as the building of the interdependent system to achieve a common goal that cannot be achieved by each entity working alone. Systematic Change—Taken together, leadership, advocacy and collaboration culminate systematic change. It occurs when policies and procedures are examined and changed in light of new data. The Elements – outline the structures that the school counselors must have in place to do work. (Further discussed to the first handout) Foundations ï‚ · 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Philosophy— 6 topics (ASCA, 2003) A set of beliefs motivating program innovations A set of values visible to all A set of principles guiding professional contributions Statement of professional conduct Statement committing counselors to continuous professional growth Source of collective power The model The ASCA National model reflects the Themes, Elements and the Flow The Themes— constitute the environment in which school counselor conduct their work Leadership— School counselors serves a leader who are engaged in a system wide change to ensure student success. According to Bolman & Deal (1997) Four Frames of leadership ï‚ · ï‚ · ï‚ · ï‚ · Definition by ASCA National Model Professional School Counselor— is a certified/ Licensed educator who addresses the needs of students comprehensively through the implementation of a developmental school counseling program Counseling— a confidential relationship in which the counselor meets with the students, to help them resolve or cope constructively with their problems and developmental concerns Consultation—collaborative partnership in which the counselor works with parents, teachers and administrators, school psychologist, social workers etc in order to plan and implement strategies to help students be successful. Structural leadership Human resource leadership Pol itical leadership Symbolic leadership Minimum, the Philosophy statement should: (ASCA, 2003) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Indicate a shared belief system about the ability of all students to achieve Address the every student Address student development needs and focus on primary prevention Address the school counselor’s role as an advocate for every student Identify persons to be involved in the delivery of program activities Specify who will plan and manage the program Use data to drive program decisions Define how the program will be evaluated and by whom Include ethical guidelines or standards Five step template of leadership: ï‚ · ï‚ · ï‚ · ï‚ · ï‚ · Challenge the process Inspire a shared vision Enable other to act Model the way Encourage the heart Advocacy— School counselors advocate for students’ educational needs and work to ensure these needs are addressed at every level of the school experience. They also works as advocates to remove systemic barriers that impede the academic success of any student. Collaboration—School counselor build effective teams Management System Delivery System Accountability Reported by: Diane Avelino Sherryl Lapore Clarisse Raquinel Karen Kris Espaà ±ola

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