The comprehensive school counseling program starts

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The comprehensive school counseling program starts with its mission and vision statements, which provides direction and a focus based on the needs of the students within the school district. The principles and domains are utilized to form the appropriate programs that are appropriate to meet the needs of the students to help them be successful in school and in their future endeavors. The national standards and competencies that make up the mindsets and behaviors are the key standards and competencies that counselors use in the design, implementation and assessment of the programs that are offered as part of the counseling program. This is what the comprehensive school counseling program foundation. (Attach K-12 classroom guidance lesson) I have attached my K-12 classroom guidance lesson on growth mindset vs fixed mindset. This is based on the following objectives and standards:
Objective: Students will be able to describe the feelings of the main character and define perseverance. School counseling curriculum measurable objective: ASCA standard: B-SMS 5. Demonstrate growth mindset vs fixed mindset to achieve long and short-term goals. ASCA standard: M 6. Positive attitude towards work and learning. The attached lesson on growth mindset vs fixed mindset would be considered a direct student service as this is a lesson provided to students. This would be considered preventative in nature mostly, depending on when it is presented. If the lesson is given at the beginning part of the school year, it will be considered a preventative lesson so that students can use this skill during the school year. The individual needs of the student are being addressed by placing the students in groups so they can take advantage of peer to peer collaboration. The delivery method itself involves working in groups which addresses different instructional strategies to help them focus and maintain. Student identifies developmentally appropriate, culturally sensitive classroom/group behavioral management strategies used in the implementation of the school counseling core curriculum that are motivational and maximize learning for a diverse student body. Behavior management strategies include a clear set of rules, structure involving passes, trips to the restroom, etc. Rules are made clear at the beginning as far as technology and games go and what the consequences are. Students involvement is more important so that we can move through
the curriculum. This is an easy behavior management technique which involves continuing the lesson while you move near the student who is being disruptive without calling them out or making any comments to them. At the grade level for my lesson, they realize very quickly when you come next to them that you are there for a reason. I also engage and make eye contact with my students and pay close attention to their moves. They know that I am always watching and ready to pull them to the side for correction. Doing this keeps them on task and helps them to

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