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    Hypothetical school description and mission, and school counseling program mission. The hypothetical school, Ocean Elementary School, services students in kindergarten through grade six. The school is relatively small with a total student population of 256 students. There is a diverse mix of students with the two largest ethnicities being Asian and Pacific Islander at 43% and Caucasian at 32%. There is a mixture of socioeconomic statuses with most students being in a mid to low range socioeconomic

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    There is evidence that career decision making has its roots in early childhood and continues throughout the lifetime (Magnuson & Starr, 2000; Trice, 1991; Trice & McClellan, 1994). The results of this study indicate that by fifth grade, and sometimes as early as first grade, children are able to rationally examine how realistic their career aspirations are, as shown by Auger et al.,(2005). As a result more researchers are focusing on the beginnings of career exploration among elementary-aged children

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    The importance of ASCA National Model Crosswalking Tools in guidance curriculums First and foremost the ASCA National Crosswalking Tool have sections that primarily focuses on the key components of an exemplary school counselor performance and accountability model for structuring a comprehensive guidance program. The ASCA National Model Crosswalking Tools can be used to develop the appropriate scope and sequence for a guidance curriculum.When implementing this tool correctly in a school system

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    Extended Goal Statement I sat in my child development class in a “brick and mortar” classroom setting. What was I doing there? I was extremely interested in what the professor was speaking on and what was being discussed. However, I was beginning to doubt whether I wanted to continue in my current field of study, Speech/Language Pathology. I no longer felt I was being fulfilled. There was something lacking. I talked to a few of my friends who mentioned how much money I would make as a Speech/Language

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    The Philosophy of Education As a school counselor, my mission is to help students learn about themselves and develop in three areas; personal/social, education, and career. I believe that every student has a gift that was given by God and my goal is to help students identify those gifts and purse those gifts to become successful students and citizens. The Purpose of Counseling The purpose of guidance counseling is to help students achieve happiness and success within their social and educational

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    Low-SES children frequently live in highly stressful and disadvantaged school environments characterized by multiple risk factors for the development of psychosocial adjustment problems, including high rates of poverty, exposure to violence, and drug use (Jones & Forehand, 2003). There are alot of different programs that can be used for these students, for example mentoring programs in which school personnel provide social support for low-SES students, it has been shown that mentoring can increase

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    Each week during my practicum experience I gain additional understanding of the impact school counselors make in student lives. To be an effective school counselor, one must recognize each student as individual. A personal goal I set out of this practicum experience is to learn how to identity student needs and understand issues students face in the school environment. Each year the school counselors at Brooke Point High School, organize an Ice Cream Social to welcome new students to the school

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    A professional school counselor holds a vital position in the school community. Due to this fact, counseling must complete a rigorous program that aligns with the Counsel for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Education Programs (CACREP), as well as, and obtain state licensures. In a comprehensive school counseling program, a professional school counseling ensures students’ academic development, career development, and personal/social development. Since a counselor is responsible with each

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    "What constitutes culture?" is a controversial question to which many anthropologist must respond. Culture, as defined by Clyde Kluckhohn, is human nature, the way of life of a people. Each culture differs from the rest because it deals with a different people in a different social environment. Each is defined by generations of ancestors who have set the boundaries of social custom. I agree with Kluckhohn's view that culture is the result of an individual's upbringing, for I have had the experience

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    Identity is an underlying component of various developmental milestones. Each step or stage (depending on the theorist) implies that the individual works at developing a comprehensive understanding of one’s self. Parsons and Fox’s theory on modern family with illness and the theory of psychosocial impact provide insight into the effects of growing up with a younger brother suffering from a chronic illness. As a sibling I had high expectations for my role as a sister. Living with a younger brother

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