School counseling program resources can be found through professional organizations, such as the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) and state-level counselor professional associations, as well as state departments of education. There are also many blogs dedicated to school counseling that provide helpful resources and information for counselors, related to developing and implementing a comprehensive counseling program.
- School counseling programs should be an integral part of students’ daily educational environment, and school counselors should be partners in student achievement.
- The ASCA National Model is a framework for a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program
- Tools used for scheduling student appointments, etc. (from Counselor Talk, February 2018)
- We implemented a new system this school year using Google Forms. We created a link on our webpage to the form for students, parents, etc. to fill out and that populates a spreadsheet that we reference. It’s been great and bonus points for the data it generates too! (Bradley Ogborn, Vigo schools)
- National educational and health awareness calendar
- Sample student services yearly calendar and high school counseling program calendar
- Sample school profiles: St. Joseph High School, North Wood High School, Tipton High School
- ESC Responsibilities & Conversation Worksheet
- ESC School Counseling Program Summary-Sample Worksheet
- ESC School Counseling Program Summary-Blank Worksheet
- American School Counselor Association (ASCA)
- ASCA National Model (includes link to National Model templates)
- Indiana School Counselor Association (ISCA)
- Gold Star School Counseling (Indiana)
- Redesigning School Counseling (RSC)-American Student Achievement Institute
- Resource Guide for Elementary School Counselors (Indiana)
- Resource Guide for Middle School Counselors (Indiana)
- Resource Guide for High School Counselors (Indiana)
- Hatching Results
- School Counseling-Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
- Best in School Counseling blogs
- Time tracking tools:
- Use a simple excel form or Google sheet — something like the logs you used in grad school.
- ASCA has a Use of Time excel sheet on their website, along with many other useful tools: https://www.
schoolcounselor.org/school- counselors/asca-national- model/asca-national-model- templates
- SCUTA (School Counselor Use of Time Analysis) website/app: http://
- TEARS (Time Elapsed Analysis & Reporting System) tool: http://schoolcounselor.
- If your school has Naviance, there are some useful time tracking tools in there — specifically related to the journal entries you might make after meeting with students. You’d still have to separately log your time spent in other activities.
- Guidelines on time-tracking from American Student Achievement Institute (ASAI)
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