Which of the following specific student groups such as African Americans and Native Americans have been underserved in the education system, and are overrepresented in special education referrals and discipline records
Which of the following is recommended for determining baseline needs of your specific school environment?
Which of the following define a school counselor’s work within the DAP delivery model?
Which of the following outlines specific knowledge, ability and skills, and attitudes that all school counselors should possess?
In the design of a comprehensive school counseling program, the chosen model of delivery provides which of the following?
Which of the following roles does a consultant assume within a Social Justice delivery framework?
The American School Counselor Association provides an evaluation process and recognition for school counseling programs that demonstrate effectiveness through using data-driven practices. The process is referred to as:
Which of the following category(ies) is(are) describes the delivery component of the ASCA National Model?
Which of the following tracks the activities that school counselors perform on a daily basis and should be used frequently to reveal areas for improved efficiency and to advocate for school counseling programs?
Which of the following two categories do delivery models generally fall into?
Which of the following are unique to SBSC programs?
Which of the following CSCP supports consists of people who have an interest in the schools’ and students’ success and could include fellow educators and school staff, administration, parents, community partners, and even students?
Which of the following outlines the primary elements of the DAP delivery model?
Which of the following is not one of the major activities of school counselors within the DAP delivery model?
Which legislative act mandates that school meet the needs of all students, which includes graduating college and career ready using effective educators and educational practices, and closing achievement gaps?
Which type of data gives school counselors a clearer picture of student performance and needs, which aids in designing specific and measurable delivery methods of school counseling interventions?
The use of a “person-in-environment” approach is characteristic of which of the following delivery models?
Which component of a comprehensive school counseling program serves to support and guide you throughout your work in the schools, and integrates your program with the overall mission of the school?
Which of the following is a primary counselor intervention in Myrick’s delivery model?
Which of the following involves using data collection and analysis methods to assess how well your program is working to align with its mission and in meeting student needs, should occur at the macro level, and require careful examination at the micro level.
When thinking about process, perception, and outcome data, which of the following data is important to consider?
School counselors are defined as:
Which of the following is the only means of identifying where to target best practice interventions and strategies toward precisely the students or group of students we are hoping to impact?
The Developmental Guidance and Counseling Model aspires to transform the role of the school counselor from which of the following?
Which of the following types of data describes “evidence that an event occurred” and helps to identify ways in which the school counselor’s time is working toward the mission of the school, and ways in which time is not used efficiently?
Which of the following could be disadvantages of implementing the SBSC framework?
Which of the following guides school counselors’ work with students who most often are minors?
Which of the following types of data is important when designing the management component of a CSCP?
Which of the following are guiding principles of the Strengths-Based School Counseling (SBSC) framework?
Which of the following initiative aimed to establish “high quality academic standards” in Math and English/Language Arts nationwide to “ensure all students graduate with skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in college, career, and life, regardless of where they live?”
Which of the following delivery models focused on developmental learning behaviors, tasks, skills, and experiences necessary for children and adolescents to be successful in school and in life?
Within the ASCA National Mode, which of the following activities are designed to address barriers to learning that prevent students from maximizing their academic, career, and personal/social experience in the school, and focus on the short-term, goal-focused nature of developmental counseling?
Which of the following type of research occurs in the moment directly with students, is formative, and provides the opportunity to immediately apply results, is cyclical in nature, and perfect for a school setting?
Which type of data involves concrete, numeric values often analyzed using statistical methods, and might include frequency counts, or the number of times something happens, average test scores, median income level, and graduation rates?
Which of the following must be in place to meet the needs of all students, taking into account the unique context and student needs present in the school and surrounding community?
Which of the following is an integral and integrated disposition and characteristic of social justiceschool counselors?
Relying on data within a Social Justice framework is critical to which of the following?
Which type of data looks at the quality of something, is more nuanced and much less concrete, and adds more depth to the resulting data information?
Which of the following provides helpful information about student demographics and academic performance specific to your environment, which helps to customize the school counseling curriculum and delivery plan?
Within the DAP model, which of the following is the primary partner?