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[The following statement is included if the department or instructor determines that submission to Turnitin.com is required.] In order to prevent plagiarism, all papers written outside of class must be submitted to Turnitin.com (or Blackboard’s course tool SafeAssign) in order to generate an originality report, according to the instructor’s directions. Other written assignments (such as homework exercises, informal essays, and take-home tests) are submitted if the instructor determines it is necessary. Note : 13
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Every student must have a working Holy Cross email address No other email address is acceptable All notifications will be sent via UHC email Students are expected to check their email accounts once per day Students are advised to check their email accounts 2 hours prior to class WITHDRAWING FROM CLASS (There is a process ) The official university policy for dropping a class must be followed to avoid receiving an “ F” for the class. Students cannot simply stop attending class and expect the instructor to understand the circumstances. If there is a problem with completing the class, the student should speak to the instructor as soon as possible. Note: Due dates are listed for a reason – so that all will be held to the same standard It is considered gravely unfair for any student to expect special treatment when other students follow the rules agreed upon as listed in the syllabus. XV. TENTATIVE COURSE CALENDAR COU 623.1 SUMMER 2016 14
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* The schedule listed below is subject to modification at the discretion of the instructor. 15
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Session Home Assignment Class Activities 2009 CACREP Standards June 20 Mon Syllabus Review Introduction to course Group Assignments June 22 Wed Ch. 1 – From Guidance Worker to Professional School Counselor History of School Counseling Work on Comprehensive School Counseling Projects Break into dyads Points to Ponder Foundations A.1-7; B.1-2 June 27 Mon Ch. 2 – The School Counselor and Ethical and Legal Issues Guest Speaker on Ethics Work on Comprehensive School Counseling Projects Break into dyads Points to Ponder Foundations A.1-7; B.1-2 Counseling, Prevention, & Intervention C.1-6; D.1-5 Research and Evaluation I.1-5; J.1-J; Academic Development K.1-3; L.1-3 June 29 Wed Ch. 3 – Comprehensive and Development School Counseling Programs Guest Speaker Work on Comprehensive School Counseling Projects Break into dyads Points to Ponder Counseling, Prevention, & Intervention C.1-6; D.1-5 Research and Evaluation I.1-5; J.1-J; Academic Development K.1-3; L.1-3 July 4 Mon Holiday 16
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July 6 Wed Ch. 4 – The School Counselors Role in Assessment and Research Importance of Data BlackBoard Discussion on the ASCA National Model PowerPoint School Counselor Professional Identity Paper Due to BlackBoard Counseling, Prevention, & Intervention C.1-6; D.1-5 Research and Evaluation I.1-5; J.1-J; Academic Development K.1-3; L.1-3 Diversity and Advocacy E.1-4; F.1-4 July 11 Mon Ch. 5 – The School Counselor as a Group Leader and Facilitator Counseling, Intervention, and Prevention
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