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School Counseling and Guidance Program Classroom Guidance Alcohol and Other Drug Use Awareness (Results Sample) Kara Butler Hera Kim San Diego State University. ASCA National Standards for Students Student Competency. Personal/Social Standard B

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School Counseling and Guidance Program

Classroom Guidance

Alcohol and Other Drug Use Awareness

(Results Sample)

Kara Butler

Hera Kim

San Diego State University

asca national standards for students student competency
ASCA National Standards for StudentsStudent Competency

Personal/Social Standard B

Students will make decisions, set goals and take necessary action to achieve goals

PS:B1 Self-knowledge Application

  • PS:B1.2 Understand consequences of decisions and choices
asca national standards for students student competency1
ASCA National Standards for StudentsStudent Competency

Personal/Social Standard C

Students will understand safety and survival skills

PS:C1 Acquire Personal Safety Skills

  • PS:C1. 6 Identify resource people in the school and community, and know how to seek their help
  • PS:C1. 8 Learn about the emotional and physical challenges of substance use and abuse
what did students receive
What did students Receive?
  • Guidance Curriculum on Alcohol and/or Other Drug (AOD) Use Awareness
  • Pre/Post Assessment
  • 313 students in 11th Grade
  • December 1&2
  • U.S. History Courses
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What did students Receive?
  • Lessons contained the following topics:
    • Common reasons why teenagers use AOD
    • Stages of AOD Use
    • Effects of AOD Use
    • Rebound Effect (Withdrawal)
    • Drug Tolerance
    • AOD Use and effects on Emotional Development
    • Resources
there is a need for aod use awareness
There is a need for AOD Use Awareness

CHKS Report WHHS 2009-2010

Current AOD Use, Past 30 Days

Almost 40% of 11th graders at WHHS have used alcohol in the last 30 days

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CHKS Report WHHS 2009-2010

Current AOD Use, Past 30 Days

Almost 20% of 11th graders at WHHS have used AOD 7 or moretimes in that last 30 days

why are we teaching about alcohol and other drugs
Why Are We Teaching About Alcohol and Other Drugs

Research Shows…

  • Students who use drugs or alcohol perform academically at a lower rate than those who do not (Jeynes, 2002).
  • Logistic regression identified gender, race, frequent smoking, and marijuana use as statistically significant factors associated with increased odds forlow academic performance. (Cox, Zhang, Johnson & March, 2007)
what do students believe
What do students BELIEVE?

I feel comfortable seeking help from an adult at WHHS about Alcohol and/or Other Drug (AOD) related issues

Percent

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What do students BELIEVE?

I believe experimenting with AOD on the weekends can lead to abuse

Percent

what do students know
What do students KNOW?

Know the definition of Rebound Effect (Withdrawal)

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Know that an adult who has been using AOD since they were a teen results in having an emotional skill set of a teenager
what skills did students learn
What Skills Did Students LEARN?

Based on a scenario, were able to identify someone in the “abuse” stage

student reflections
Student reflections

“This lesson was very informative. It explained a lot of things usual anti-drug lessons don’t explain. Now I can use this information in the future if any of my friends are in trouble with abuse.”

“I felt this was a great little activity and I actually feel like I’m leaving with new info I can apply to life and the future.”

“I have an alcoholic living in my home. I will go to the website to understand how to deal with it and also learn new information.”

limitations
Limitations
  • Some questions on test were difficult
    • We could have piloted our test
  • Not having built rapport with students before presenting a sensitive topic
  • Having substitutes teachers for7 out of 10 presentations
what went well
What went Well
  • Students received valuable information about AOD use
  • Gained knowledge, attitude, and skills to make positive decisions about using
our goal
Our Goal

With these Attitudes, Knowledge, and Skills

  • Students will get the support they need for AOD related issues
  • The amount of student suspensions for AOD on campus decrease
  • Drop out rates will be reduced
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