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  1. Advocacy & bullyingBCSCA Meeting * december 8, 2011 Dr. Angela I. Sheely-Moore

  2. ASCA’s (2011) 5 trends affecting school counselors • Working with students living in poverty • Funding sources for school positions • Use of technology to inform various stakeholders of our multifaceted role in the schools (e.g., Skype, Google docs, E-Z Analyze, Ning) • Bullying • Move from “guidance” counselors to professional school counselors Obtained from ASCA (2011). School counselor, 48(6), pp.13-44). Contributing authors: B. Burnham, K. Jennings, A. Holley, D. Forrester, D. Harazin, K. Sax, D. Thilman, C. McGinley, & S. Zoeliner

  3. Advocacy & Bullying • Educate administrators and school staff of the transforming role of school counselors • Create individual, small group/classroom, and school-wide programs to promote school safety • Measure, measure, measure results of school counseling programming (in addition to assessing needs of the school) • Collaborate with School Safety Team • Consider the use of electronic forms for reporting HIB incidents • Define your unique contribution in HIB investigations and follow up actions