National School Counseling Week as an Advocacy Opportunity
Flowers, balloons, handmade cards and other appreciation gifts are wonderful ways to celebrate National School Counseling Week; however, sharing student results, annual calendars, use-of-time data and school counselors’ roles/responsibilities may provide a bigger bang for your buck as you help others understand the role you play and the impact your program has on student achievement. Learn how to use this week in February as catalyst for advocating for your role and your comprehensive school counseling program. Download accompanying handout.
Earn 0.1 CEUs/1 contact hours for this webinar by purchasing and passing the corresponding quiz found in the Specialists and Exams section of the Online Store. CEU exams are available for 3 years following the live webinar.
After viewing this webinar, you will be able to:
- Identify high-leverage program results to use for advocacy.
- Demonstrate to stakeholders how students are different as a result of your school counseling program.
- Outline ways to creatively advocate for your role and your program during National School Counseling Week.
Mindy Willard, School Counseling and Transitions Coordinator, Madison Metropolitan School District, Madison, WI
Original air date: Jan. 14, 2020
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