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Monroe Clark Middle School. School Counseling and Guidance Program Classroom Guidance 6 th Grade Study Skills. ASCA National Standard Academic Standard A. Students will acquire the attitudes, knowledge, and skills that contribute to effective learning in school and across the life span.

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Monroe clark middle school

Monroe Clark Middle School

School Counseling and Guidance Program

Classroom Guidance

6th Grade Study Skills


Asca national standard academic standard a

ASCA National StandardAcademic Standard A

Students will acquire the attitudes, knowledge, and skills that contribute to effective learning in school and across the life span.

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Student competency

Student Competency

A:A1 Acquire Skills for Improving Learning

A:A3 Achieve School Success

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What did students receive

What Did Students Receive?

Counselor Generated Study Skills Curriculum

(based on the student agenda)

Pre & Post Assessment

How many? 357 6th Grade Students

When?October 20th-28th

How?Rotating Dyads in Core Classes

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What did students receive1

What Did Students Receive?

Lesson contained the following topics:

Identifying Relevant School Supplies

Describing Organization Skills

Using a Planner

Making To Do Lists

Identifying Homework Strategies

Group vs. Individual Work

Asking for Help

Time Management & Procrastination

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Why Study Skills?

City Heights Educational Collaborative Goals For Monroe Clark Middle School

20% increase in positive report card marks in areas of homework completion, motivation and study skills

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Cst scores

CST Scores

Source California Department or Education: Data Quest


What we do we know

What we DO we know?

6th Graders: 3597th Graders: 3908th Graders: 380

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Why are we teaching organization and homework strategies

Why Are We Teaching Organization and Homework Strategies?

Learning to plan effectively enhances students’ ability to make sense of their world and experience.

(Dewey, 1980; Gardner, 1983; Marzano, 2003; Vygotsky, 1978)

Students who complete and turn in homework do better in school.

(Cooper, Lindsay, Nye & Greathouse,1998)

Students who are exposed to variety of study strategies are higher achievers.

(Meneghetti, De Beni & Cornoldi, 2007)


What do students believe i believe it s ok to wait to the last minute

What do Students Believe?I Believe it’s OK to wait to the last minute

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What do students believe it s important to have a plan to do homework

What do Students Believe?It’s important to have a plan to do homework

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What do students know

What do Students KNOW?

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What skill did students learn pre post

What SKILL Did Students Learn?Pre Post

  • 58% Know all organization methods

  • 29% Correct order of being onTrac

  • 60% Know all organization methods

  • 32% Correct order of being onTrac

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Who is helping

Who is helping?

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Achievement related data students who wrote down assignments in planner

Achievement Related DataStudents who wrote down assignments in planner.

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Results data students homework grades increased 4

RESULTS DATAStudents Homework Grades Increased 4%

10% Increase!

Average Grades in Homework per Class


Results coming soon

Results (coming soon)

From Progress Report 1 – Progress Report 2

Before Guidance Lessons

2010 GPA’ s increased from XX to XX

After Guidance Lessons

2010 GPA’s increased from __ to __

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GPA Growth From 2010-2011

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Our Goal…Improvement

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In summary

In Summary…

  • By obtaining the Knowledge, Attitudes, and Skills to study, Students are Achieving more!

  • Students are WritingHomework Assignments in their Agenda!

  • Guidance Curriculum presents successes and areas for growth for counselors!

  • Teachers, Counselors, and Students are contributing to success of the 6th grade!

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Limitations and lessons learned

Limitations and Lessons Learned

  • Future lessons will not be scheduled on minimum day.

  • Revisions on assessment are needed (wording confusing for some students).

  • Although engagement and altitudes are high, curriculum needs connect to assessment.

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Next steps

Next Steps

  • Consult with stakeholders to link attitudes and skills learned and link them to GPA

  • We are planning to continue implementing a part 2 focused on test taking.

  • We will report on the long term impacts of guidance curriculum on the achievement.

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The school counseling program is contributing in a meaningful way to the academic achievement of all students.

Thank you to all the 6th grade teachers for your support of the school counseling program.

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The end

The End

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