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  1. School Counselor Evaluation RubricEvaluating with Fidelity Standard I: Leadership, Advocacy & Collaboration NCDPI Webinar Series 10/2/13

  2. Presenters Linda Brannan, Educational Consultant K-12 Student Support Services linda.brannan@dpi.nc.gov Rebecca Atkins School Counselor Orange County Schools, NC rebecca.atkins@orange.k12.nc.us www.cpescounselor.weebly.com

  3. School Counseling Wikispace http://schoolcounseling.ncdpi.wikispaces.net

  4. Where is the School Counselor Evaluation found? • 2013-14 NCEES Student Support Wikispace http://ncees.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/Support+Staff+2012-13 • 2014-15 HomeBase through True North Logic

  5. NCEES Wikispace – Click Student Support Services

  6. School Counselor Evaluation Users’ Guide Users’ Guide is found on the NCEES Student Support Services Wikispace http://ncees.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/Support+Staff+2012-13

  7. School Counselor Evaluation User’s Guide

  8. 21st Century NC School Counseling Programs are: • Data driven • Comprehensive, preventive and developmental • Provide equity and access to every student • Promote student achievement for college and career readiness • Evaluate and seek continuous improvement/Accountable to stakeholders

  9. New Question How are students different as a result of the school counseling program?

  10. The performance evaluation rubric is based on the 2008 NC Professional School Counseling Standards Standard 1 – School counselors demonstrate leadership, advocacy, and collaboration. Standard 2 – School counselors promote a respectful environment for a diverse population of students. Standard 3 – School counselors understand and facilitate the implementation of a comprehensive school counseling program. Standard 4 – School counselors promote learning for all students Standard 5 – School counselors actively reflect on their practice. No Standard 6 or 8

  11. 21st Century School Counselor Leadership Advocacy Collaboration Implements a data driven, comprehensive, developmental school counseling program to promote systemic change.

  12. Standard 1 – School counselors demonstrate leadership, advocacy, and collaboration. Four Elements: A. Demonstrate leadership in their school B. Enhance the counseling profession C. Advocate for schools and students D. Demonstrate high ethical standards

  13. Key descriptors in the Elements of Standard 1 • Leadership • Data-driven decision making • Advocacy • Collaboration • High ethical standards

  14. Leadership… Advocacy… Collaboration… Data… • Start where you are, just don’t stay there! • What are you already doing in these areas? • Use the evaluation rubric to assess where you are currently.

  15. Leadership • The School Counselor’s role in leadership is to look for patterns in the school and implement strategies to increase emotional, behavioral, and academic excellence.

  16. What that looks like • Collaboration with staff • Professional Development within the school, district, state • SST process (you don’t have to be the coordinator to lead!) • Special programs within the school

  17. How to support Leadership • Through the National Model! • Annual Agreement • Closing the Gap plans and results reports • SIP planning activities/documents • PLC notes – especially for grade level/subject area PLCs

  18. Advocacy • When looking for patterns in the school, we may see areas of improvement. • We advocate for: • Students • Families • A comprehensive counseling program

  19. What that looks like • Working with staff to: • Decrease number of retentions • Increase enrollment of under-represented populations in AIG or AP courses • Working with principal to: • Allow more direct service in the counselor’s schedule

  20. How to Support Advocacy • Through the National Model! • Annual Agreement • Closing the Gap plans and results reports • Advisory Council • Share data with all stakeholders

  21. Collaboration • School counselors affect change by collaborating with stakeholders. • Almost nothing we do would work in a vacuum!

  22. What that looks like • Visibility! • Attendance in PLCs, Parent Book Club • Collaboration through Professional Development • Co-teaching with a common core foundation

  23. How to Support Collaboration • Through the National Model • Curriculum Action Plans & Results • Annual Agreement • PLC/Professional Development minutes or notes

  24. Using Data to Drive Decisions • What data is available to you? • What data is a focus within your school? • How can you affect change within this area? • What patterns do you see within your school’s data • National Model Tool: School Data Profile

  25. School Counseling Plan & Annual Agreement Form

  26. School Counseling Wikispace http://schoolcounseling.ncdpi.wikispaces.net School Counseling Evaluation

  27. http://schoolcounseling.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/School+Counselor+Evaluation+Instrumenthttp://schoolcounseling.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/School+Counselor+Evaluation+Instrument

  28. Where is the School Counselor Evaluation found? • 2013-14 NCEES Student Support Wikispace http://ncees.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/Support+Staff+2012-13 • 2014-15 HomeBase through True North Logic

  29. Where Do I Begin? Where are we going? • Know the Professional Standards • Review and understand the new SC Evaluation Rubric • Complete the Self-Assessment and PDP/PGP forms on the NCEES Wikispace • Review your school’s data and SIP to identify needs • What are the specific areas of need indicated by the data? Gaps? • Align SC Program goals with the SIP goals? Where are we now? How do we close the gap?

  30. Where Do I Begin? Where are we going? • Use the ASCA National Model as a resource/tool • Know the NC Guidance Essential Standards (NCGES) • Implement NCGES by planning with PLCs/Curriculum Content areas • Choose content areas where there are initial natural alignments (CTE, Healthful Living, Soc. Studies) Where are we now? How do we close the gap?

  31. Where are we going? • Develop a comprehensive program plan and include in the annual agreement • Review all information with your administrator • Analyze Outcome Results, Program Data & Publicize Results (20%) to Stakeholders • Reflect & Assess Growth • Determine future PGP needs Program Planning • Collaborate to assure other curriculum areas understand the Guidance Essential Standards • Work with teachers through PLC’s/PLT’s • Include Delivery (Direct and Indirect ) Services to Students (80%) • Align with SIP goals of the school & district Where are we now? How do we close the gap?

  32. Questions? Linda Brannan linda.brannan@dpi.nc.gov Rebecca Atkins rebecca.atkins@orange.k12.nc.us