The development of school counseling has evolved over the years.

The development of school counseling has evolved over the years.

The development of school counseling has evolved over the years. Accrediting bodies and professional counseling associations such as ASCA, recognize the need for professional school counselors to advocate for the field of school counseling. When the school counselor’s roles are clear, this increases their effectiveness.

Imagine you are a school counselor who has been asked to speak to a group of individuals who are considering going into the field of school counseling. You are required to use presenter’s notes to convey this information to the school stakeholders.

Create a 10-12-slide digital presentation in which you address:

Describe the history and development of PK-12 school counseling programs.

Identify the ASCA School Counselor Professional Standards and Competencies that increase effectiveness as leaders, advocates, and systems change agents and how you would develop them in your role as a school counselor.

List the professional organizations, required standards and credentials, and labor market information related to school counselors.

Explain the role of the school counselor when working with families, PK-12 and post-secondary personnel, and community agencies.

Discuss how school counselors can be advocates for students and families.

The digital presentation should include presenter’s notes, title slide, and reference slides, and be supported by two to four scholarly resources.

While APA style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines.

Benchmark Information

This benchmark assignment assesses the following programmatic competencies and professional standards:

MEd School Counseling

4.1: Analyze the history and development of PK-12 school counseling programs. [CACREP 5.G.1.a; MC5]

5.1: Identify school counselor competencies that increase effectiveness as leaders, advocates, and systems change agents in PK-12 settings. [CACREP 2.F.1.d, 5.G.2.a, 5.G.2.f; MC1, MC3]

5.2: Explain the role of the school counselor when working with families, PK-12 and post-secondary personnel, and community agencies. [CACREP 2.F.1.c, 5.G.2.b; MC1, MC3]

8.7: Identify professional organizations, preparation standards, credentials, and labor market information relevant to the practice of school counseling. [CACREP 2.F.1.h, 5.G.2.l]

This assignment is informed by the following CACREP Standards:

2.F.1.c. Counselors’ roles and responsibilities as members of interdisciplinary community outreach and emergency management response teams

2.F.1.d. The role and process of the professional counselor advocating on behalf of the profession.

2.F.1.h. Current labor market information relevant to opportunities for practice within the counseling profession.

5.G.1.a. History and development of school counseling.

5.G.2.a. School counselor roles as leaders, advocates, and systems change agents in P-12 schools.

5.G.2.b. School counselor roles in consultation with families, P-12 and postsecondary school personnel, and community agencies.

5.G.2.f. Competencies to advocate for school counseling roles.

5.G.2.l. Professional organizations, preparation standards, and credentials relevant to the practice of school counseling.

Requirements: 10-12

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