Classroom Guidance Curriculum
The school guidance curriculum component consists of a written instructional program that is comprehensive in scope, preventative and proactive, developmental in design, coordinated by school counselors and delivered as appropriate by school counselors and other educators.
The expectations of providing documentation that you have a comprehensive school counseling curriculum are:
- Proof that classroom curriculum is addressing specific standards and competencies.
- Student competencies and indicators should be mastered and demonstrated as indicated by process, perception and results data for each lesson and overall unit.
WORK TO DO FOR BINDER
SUBMIT 3 LESSON PLANS FROM A SINGLE DOMAIN (ACADEMIC, CAREER, PERSONAL/SOCIAL). THESE LESSONS DO NOT HAVE TO BE DELIVERED BY THE COUNSELOR, BUT ARE FACILITATED THROUGH THE COUNSELING PROGRAM ADDRESSING STUDENT COMPETENCIES AND INDICATORS (FROM SECTION 3). SAMPLES ARE AVAILABLE ON THE WEBSITE AS WELL AS A BLANK LESSON TEMPLATE IF YOU CHOOSE TO USE IT.
A SUMMARY OF DATA AND HOW STUDENTS ARE DIFFERENT BECAUSE OF THE LESSONS