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Monica Echegaray

Assessment of Artifacts (CSP 775/776 Year-long Project)

Creating an ASCA National Model School Counseling Programs Required Class


Competency
Refer to the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) Scoring Rubric Grading Guidance
Creating an ASCA National Model School
Counseling Program
Foundation
FOCUS: Beliefs and Vision
FOCUS: Mission Statement
FOCUS: Program Goals (SMART GOALS)
STUDENT COMPETENCIES: ASCA Student Standards /
Mindsets
PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES: ASCA SC Competencies
PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES: ASCA Ethical Standards for
SC
Delivery System
DIRECT: Core School Wide Curriculum (Instruction w/
Delivery Plan)
DIRECT: School Wide Group Activities
DIRECT: Individual Student Planning (WWWWH, and forms)
DIRECT: Responsive Services (Menu of Services, Referral
forms)
Management Systems
ASSESSMENTS: SC Competencies Assessment
ASSESSMENTS: School Counselor Program Assessment
ASSESSMENTS: Use of Time Assessment
TOOLS: Annual Agreement
TOOLS: Advisory Council
TOOLS: School Data Profile (Refer to Dr. Cookes course)
TOOLS: Action Plans: (One core curriculum lesson to
measure)
TOOLS: Action Plans (One small group intervention to
measure)
TOOLS Action Plans (One closing the gap systemic
change)
TOOLS: Lesson Plans (For curriculum and group - see
above)
TOOLS: Annual Calendar Template
TOOLS: Weekly Calendar Template
Accountability
DATA ANALYSIS: School Data Profile Analysis
DATA ANALYSIS: Use of Time Analysis (fall/spring)
PROGRAM RESULTS: Curriculum Results Report Analysis
PROGRAM RESULTS: Small Group Report Analysis

Meets
Competenc
y
Score = 3

Minimal
Competency
Score = 2

Does not
Competenc
y Score = 0

Due Date

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x
x
x

Nov 3, 2015

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x

Nov 3, 2015

Spring 776

Nov 3, 2015
Nov 21, 2015
Nov 3, 2015

Nov 3, 2015

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x
x

Fall/Spring
Dec 1, 2015
Dec 1, 2015

x
x
x

Nov 21, 2015


Nov 21, 2015
February 16, 2016

x
x

February 16, 2016


February 23, 2016

x
x

Nov 3, 2015

February 23, 2016

Dec 1, 2015 *

March 1, 2016

March 1, 2016

March 8, 2016

x
x
x
x

March 15, 2016

Completed
March 1, 2016
February 9, 2016
April 5, 2015

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EVALUATION AND IMPROVEMENT: SC Competency
Assessment Analysis (Revisit end of year)
EVALUATION/IMPROVEMENT: Program Assessment Analysis
(Revisit end of year)
EVALUATION/IMPROVEMENT: SC Performance Appraisal
Template
(Revisit end of year)
EVALUTION/IMPROVEMENT: Program Goals Analysis

March 1, 2016

April 5, 2015

April 12, 2015

April 12, 2015

FLASHLIGHT POWERPOINT INSTRUCTIONS/RATING SCALE


Category 1: Slide Contents
Standard Met?
Title slide identifies name of presentation, school, and
counselor(s)
ASCA National Counseling Standards and Competencies
addressed
(Indicate the standard and competencies)
Lesson or intervention addresses a need identified by school data
Relevant research connecting need to activity presented
Complete process data of Guidance Lesson activity is reported:
who, what, when, and how often was the activity conducted? (If
Intentional Guidance, specify target group and selection criteria)
Sampling of results of the pre/post tests (perception data) are
reported including graphical representations (i.e. bar graphs, line
charts)
Achievement-related data is presented and linked to perception
data and the targeted achievement indicator
Results data is reported including graphical representations
There is a slide summarizing the main points and the lessons
learned (and their implications)
One or more slides address limitations of the lesson and/or
results
One or more slides address next steps and/or improvement
A thank you slide acknowledges the contributions of teachers and
staff to the work of school counselors

Yes

Somewh
at

No

Category 2: Presentation
Standard Met?
Easy to follow and in a logical order
Format is clear and consistent
Maximum 25 Slides
Text is concise and easy to read
Graphs are clearly labeled, accurate, and impactful
Conceptual link slides aid smooth transitions
Colors, graphics, and effects are used for maximal impact and
minimal distraction

Yes

Somewh
at

No

Somewh
at

No

Category 3: Counseling
Standard Met?
Lesson or intervention addresses a need identified by school
data

Yes

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Lesson/lesson plan is appropriate developmentally for desired
results
Pre/post test questions are relevant and well-written
The data collection and evaluation methods are appropriate
(measure what they say theyll measure)
Required Supplemental Items

Yes

Somewh
at

No

Action Plan
Lesson Plan
ASCA National Standards/Mindsets Crosswalk
Lesson PowerPoint and/or Lesson Content
Pre-Post Test
Results Form
Flashlight PowerPoint see Slide Contents category above
Completed Rubric

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