Carry the knowledge skills and abilities they learned

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carry the knowledge, skills, and abilities they learned and were exposed to throughout their lives because of their participation in the comprehensive school counseling program.
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 considered preventative or responsive in nature. The delivery method addresses a variety of instructional strategies based on the developmental levels and individual needs of learner.
2. 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.
3) Student describes and attaches an example of individual counseling, including whether or not this is considered a direct or indirect student service and whether or not this is considered preventative or responsive in nature. Student demonstrates an understanding of the importance of personal integrity and sensitivity to human needs in the delivery of individual counseling services.

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