4 student summarizes how the mission statement

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4) Student summarizes how the mission statement, philosophical principles, developmental domains, and the national standards and competencies form a foundation that identifies “what” every student should know and be able to do as a result of participation in a comprehensive school counseling program.
also in respect to their career, social, and personal goals. 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. These are all part of the foundation that a comprehensive school counseling program is built upon.
Component #3: Delivery System 1) Student describes and attaches an example of school counseling core curriculum in the form of a classroom guidance lesson, including whether or not this is considered a direct or indirect student service and whether or not this is consider preventative or responsive in nature. The delivery method addresses a variety of instructional strategies based on the developmental levels and individual needs of learner. (Attach K-12 classroom guidance lesson) I have attached my K-12 classroom guidance lesson on making good choices. This is based on the following objectives and standards: School counseling curriculum measurable objective: Virginia Counseling Standard MP4. Use appropriate decision making and problem solving skills. ASCA standard #1: B-LS 1. Demonstrate critical thinking skills to make informed decisions. ASCA standard #2: B-LS 9. Gather evidence and consider multiple perspectives to make informed decisions. The attached lesson on making good choices would be considered a direct student service as this is a lesson provided directly to students. This would be considered preventative in nature mostly, especially depending on when it is presented. If the lesson is presented at the beginning part of the school year, it will be considered a preventative lesson so that students will utilize 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 participatory lecture and game playing, which addresses different instructional strategies as well.

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