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Missouri Comprehensive Guidance Program. Individual Planning Component. Missouri Comprehensive Guidance. Definition of Individual Planning. Assist students in planning, monitoring, and managing their academic, personal/social, and career development. Purpose of Individual Planning.

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Missouri comprehensive guidance program

Missouri Comprehensive Guidance Program

Individual Planning Component



Definition of individual planning
Definition of Individual Planning

  • Assist students in planning, monitoring, and managing their academic, personal/social, and career development


Purpose of individual planning
Purpose of Individual Planning

Help students collect information for, develop, and use a Personal Plan of Study (PPS)


Individual planning topics
Individual Planning Topics

  • Decision-Making Skills

  • Setting Personal Goals

  • Work Habits

  • Career Awareness & Knowledge of Opportunities

  • Transitioning

  • Course Selection (Developing a Personal Plan of Study)

  • Interest Inventories


Counselor s role in individual planning
Counselor’s Role in Individual Planning

  • Helping students with transitions

    • Grade to Grade

    • School to School

    • School to Work/Career


Individual planning strategies
Individual Planning Strategies

  • Assessment

  • Academic and Career Planning

  • Classroom Guidance



Elementary school ip
Elementary School IP

Key elements should be kept as the student progresses through elementary school.

The Professional School Counselor provides parents with a “Starter Kit” (Folder or Envelope given to parents to help them keep track of their child’s progress.)


  • Report cards

  • Formal academic assessment results (e.g. MAP, Achievement Tests)

  • Certificates of achievement and awards

  • Individualized information (e.g. Behavioral Plans, Health Limitations, IEPs, 504 Plans)

  • Documentation of participation in activities, teams, organizations and clubs

  • Documentation of volunteer activities, job shadowing and work experience (e.g. babysitting, lawn mowing, dog walking, raking leaves or shoveling snow)

  • Career interest survey results and Career Path interest

  • Documentation of achievement (e.g. media such as: newspaper clippings, internet news items)

  • Documentation of Parent Involvement


Ip starter kit helps with transitions
IP Starter Kit Helps with Transitions

  • Entering Kindergarten

  • Grade to Grade

  • School to School

  • Elementary to Middle School


Middle school ip
Middle School IP

  • Continue to gather information about the student’s abilities, interest, and skills

  • Keep a “Resource File” with added information

  • Begin a Personal Plan of Study no later than 8th Grade


Resource file key elements
Resource File Key Elements:

  • Middle School coursework and grades

  • Formal academic assessment results

  • Certificates of achievement and awards

  • Individualized information (Behavioral Plans, Health Limitations, IEPs, 504 Plans, etc.)

  • Documentation of participation in activities

  • Documentation of volunteer/job shadowing/work experience

  • Career interest survey results/Career Path interest

  • Documentation of achievement via media recognition

  • Documentation of Parent Involvement

  • Report cards


A personal plan of study includes
A Personal Plan of Study Includes

  • Chosen Career Path/Cluster

  • Graduation Requirements

  • Post-Secondary Plans

  • List of courses taken each year

  • Short & Long term goals

  • Extra-Curricular, Volunteer and/or Work experiences

  • Parent Involvement


High school ip personal plans of study

High School IP-Personal Plans of Study

Must be updated annually or when a student changes directions


Student individual planning guide contents
Student Individual Planning Guide Contents

Include:

  • CAREER PATHWAYS

  • STUDENT GRADUATION ELIGIBILITY

  • ACTIVITY ELIGIBILITY

  • HONORS/AP/Dual Credit/Articulated COURSES

  • A+ PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY

  • PERSONAL PLAN OF STUDY

  • AREA TECHNICAL SCHOOL PROGRAMS

  • INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES

  • MOVIP

  • SUMMER SCHOOL

  • GRADE POINT AVERAGES

  • SCHEDULE CHANGES

  • STUDENT CLASSIFICATION

  • Advisory/Delivery System

  • EXPLORE-PLAN-ACT-EOC

  • COURSE OFFERINGS

  • COURSE DESCRIPTIONS


Sample Career Paths/Cluster

Crosswalk

CAREER PATHWAYS


  • Business, Management and Technology (Conventional "Organizers")

  • Clusters: Information Technology, Finance and Marketing

  • Occupations include Sales, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Computers, Finance Accounting, Personnel, Economics and Management

  • Recommended Electives: Computer Applications, Publications, Accounting, Marketing, Personal Finance, COE, Sports & Entertainment Marketing, Computer Graphics, Economics, Speech, Digital Media, Career Opportunities., Web Design, Desktop Publishing, Business Technology, Tourism & Hospitality, Digital Media and Business Management Program at the ATS

  • Clubs & Activities: FBLA, DECA, Computer Club, School Store

  • Possible Volunteer Work: Junior Achievement, Sales projects for clubs, raise money for charitable causes, Office or Guidance Office Aide


Student graduation eligibility

STUDENT GRADUATION ELIGIBILITY "Organizers")

24 units are to be distributed minimally as follows (Missouri Requirements):

Mathematics - 3 units Practical Arts - 1 unit

Language Arts - 4 units Fine Arts - 1 unit

Science - 3 units Physical Ed. - 1 unit

Social Studies - 3 units Health - ½ unit

Personal Finance - ½ unit Electives - 7 units

  • All students must complete eight (8) semesters of high school. Also, each student must pass a satisfactory test on the Constitution of Missouri and the Federal Constitution prior to graduation.

  • All credits are to be earned in grades 9 through 12.


Student classification
STUDENT CLASSIFICATION "Organizers")

Students will be classified in certain grade levels by the number of credits he or she has earned at the end of each school year. Sample:

9th grade 0.00 - 4.50 credits

10th grade 5.00 - 10.50 credits

11th grade 11.00 - 16.50 credits

12th grade 17.00 - 24.00 credits


Activity eligibility
ACTIVITY ELIGIBILITY "Organizers")

  • All students wanting to participate in high school athletics, band, choir or any other competitive activity must be enrolled in and successfully complete 3 credits (six classes) the semester before the and during which they participate. This is a MSHSAA rule for all schools. *NOTE: Effective July 1, 2009, as a result of the 2007 Annual Ballot, the minimum academic standard will be increased to 3.0 units of credit or 80% of the maximum allowable credits which may be earned, whichever is greater. Eligibility for the fall semester of 2009-2010 will be based upon a student meeting these standards during the SPRING SEMESTER of the 2008-2009 school year.

  • Students interested in participation in college athletics need to understand the rules and regulations of the NCAA Eligibility Standards go to www.ncaastudent.org to get the information prior to completing their personal plan of study.


Honors ap dual credit articulated courses
HONORS/AP/Dual Credit/Articulated "Organizers")COURSES

  • Honors-List all the accelerated classes and discuss if a weighted GPA scale is used

  • Dual College Credit/Articulation-Let students know what classes they would be able to take and also enroll for college credit or articulation.

  • Advanced Placement (AP)-Courses listed with College Board for AP Testing at your school.


A program eligibility
A+ PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY "Organizers")

  • Requirements to complete the A+ Program:

  • Sign an A+ Agreement and submit it to the A+ Office.

  • Earn a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale by graduation.

  • Maintain a 95% attendance average over a 4-year period.

  • Provide 50 hours of supervised, unpaid tutoring within the Sample School District.

  • Maintain a record of good citizenship (No OSS)

  • Avoid the unlawful use of drugs (have no alcohol or drug offenses on school or police records).

  • Attend an A+ high school the 3 years prior to graduation.

  • Be a US citizen

  • The student and their parents must also complete a free application for Federal Student Aid. (FAFSA) after Jan. 1st of senior year. Form available: www.fafsa.org



Other types of courses for credit
Other Types of Courses for Credit "Organizers")

  • INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES

  • MOVIP

  • SUMMER SCHOOL


Grade point averages
GRADE POINT AVERAGES "Organizers")

  • Sample 4.0 with Weighted Scale GRADE POINT AVERAGES

  • Grades from all courses will be included in the grade point average including PE, but not Pass/Failcourses.

  • Standard GPAGradeHonors GPA

  • 4.00 A 5.00

  • 3.67 A- 4.67

  • 3.33 B+ 4.33

  • 3.00 B 4.00

  • 2.67 B- 3.67

  • 2.33 C+ 3.33

  • 2.00 C 3.00

  • 1.67 C- 2.67

  • 1.33 D+ 2.33

  • 1.00 D 2.00

  • .66 D- 1.66

  • **No “Honors Grades” will be transferred in from other schools. All grades will be interpreted


Schedule changes

SCHEDULE CHANGES "Organizers")


Advisory delivery system
Advisory/Delivery System "Organizers")

  • Advisory Program

  • Counselor makes Classroom Visits

  • A Required Class

  • Scheduled Individual Sessions

  • Other



Testing information
Testing Information "Organizers")

  • EXPLORE-PLAN-ACT

  • EOC

  • PSAT-SAT

  • Other (ASVAB, AP, Career Education)


Course offerings course descriptions
COURSE OFFERINGS "Organizers")COURSE DESCRIPTIONS


www.mcce.org "Organizers")

http://missouriconnections.org/

http://www.actstudent.org/

http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/sat/about/SATI.html

http://dese.mo.gov/divimprove/aplus/proginfo/abtaplus.html

http://www.dese.mo.gov/divimprove/assess/eoc/

http://www.semoahec.org/programsandservices.asp

http://www.army.com/enlist/asvab.html

http://missouricareereducation.org/CDs/GuidanceLessons/CD7-Gr11-Unit1-Lesson3.doc



Jan Speck "Organizers")

Missouri Comprehensive Guidance Writing Team

Individual Planning Chairperson

Bragg Stanley

Director of Guidance and Placement at Missouri Department of Elementary & Secondary Education

Narrator: Mike Speck


We acknowledge the talent of the MCGP Writing Team: "Organizers")

Jordan Alexander Lela Kosteck Bunch Greta Myers

Andrea Brennan Kent Butler Paula Coyote Schaaf

Hayley Arnold Ruth Ann Clark Shari Sevier

Catherine Simpson Ginger Tipton Bethany Lueckenhoff

Jan Ward Suzie Williams Sherie Wymore

Karen Bader Cindy Collins Gay Baer

Anne Cook Christine Barnes Marci Dowdy

Jennifer Boyer Jill Evans Lani Gordon

Shelly Hiatt Jill Krickbaum Dianne Logan-Parr

Linda LueckenhoffBrenda McGowen Jan Speck

Julieta Monteiro-Leitner

Facilitators: Carolyn Roof, Carolyn Magnuson, Bragg Stanley, Larae Watkins


A special thanks
A Special Thanks "Organizers")

To Dr. Norm Gysbers for his constant inspiration and guidance


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