Past and present perceptions are that former teachers make the best school counselors, however, recent research suggests:
Research has shown that school environments that are developmentally appropriate demonstrate increased levels of:
The philosophy of education that arose from the need to organize education ot be more cost-effective in times of rapid growth in enrollment is referred to as the:
School counselors are often asked to coordinate which of the following services for students?
Early schools often reflected the society in which they were created. What model were schools initially based on?
Why is there a need for greater collaboration among student services professionals, such as school psychologists, school social workers, schoolcounselors, and school nurses?
The American School Counselor Association (ASCA) views school counselors as:
According to Kerr (2009), crisis planning involves:
A focus on growth-oriented counseling over problem-solving best describes:
What principle of primary importance emerges in an effective school setting?
A multi-tiered model of instructional intervention that uses datato monitor progress, standardize interventions, and target students who need additional support is referred to as:
Aspiring school counselors who do not have prior teaching experience could gain such experience through:
The philosophy of education that hold the primacy of the child, active learning, recognition of students’ individual differences, the drive to relate school to real life, and an agenda that includes transforming the national cultural heritage is referred to as:
External tests of professional competencies may be used to document the professional attainment in school counseling as:
Career as the outcome of schooling and directive guidance and advisement best describe school counseling known as:
According to the national average ratio, how many studentscould you expect to serve as a school counselor?
A framework for enhancing a continuum of proactive, preventative, school-wide, evidence-based interventions to achieve academically and behaviorally important outcomes for all students is referred to as:
The National Standards highlight three content areas that summarize the development themes of schools. The order of these themes is:
Which of the following characterizes effective schools?
The type of school counseling that focuses on developmental rather than remedial goals and brought school counseling to the elementary and middle school levels is known as:
What are the important areas in which school counselors should strive to build effective working relationships?
One useful way to conceptualize how to facilitate change with the client is to use the principles of learning described by:
Why is a commitment to diversity and social justice important in school counseling?
The most notable personal qualities of a professional school counselor are:
Students need community to feel safe academically, socially, and emotionally. What is the basis of community?
How can school counselors fulfill their role as monitors and advocates for students?
According to the 2009 Stands of the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), school counselors must be able to:
The national association which has defined the role the professional school counselor is:
The philosophy of education that hold the primacy of subject matter, mastery of content, and preservation of the existing national cultural heritage is referred to as:
What were the goals of schools, as described by the Cardinal Principles of Secondary Education in 1918?
The manifestation of professional who brought health and other social services into the schools and the move to involve schools in community issues best describes the:
According to UCLA’s School Mental Health Project for Mental Health in Schools (1999), society desire which of the following outcomes for its youth?
Developmentally appropriate education:
Education today is more likely to be described by:
One important characteristic of effective schools is that they:
Which of the following is not descriptive of what counseling is?
Professional in schools are expected to do all of the following except:
Which is not a competency that school counselors are expected to demonstrate?
ASCA defines a professional school counselor as an individual who:
The desire of the profession to recognize and document professional competence is to: