North Carolina School Counselor Association

                       

Sandhill Region/District 4 Drive-In Workshop

  • 22 Apr 2016
  • 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Fayetteville State University Shaw Auditorium 1200 Murchison Road Fayetteville, NC 28301
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Sandhill Region/District 4 Drive-In Workshop

Host:  Patricia Weaver, Sandhill Region VP


Please contact Andrea Wallace 919-645-5730 

for more information


Fayetteville State University

Shaw Auditorium 1200 Murchison Road
Fayetteville, NC 
28301


Registration 8:00-8:30

Welcome: 8:30-9:30 Fayetteville State Representatives and Presentation by the Fayetteville State University office of Admissions

Dr. Jon Young, Provost & Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

Dr. Marion Gillis-Olion, Dean of the School of Education

Mr. Michael Head, Senior Associate Director, FSU Office of Admissions

(NBCC Content Area: Career Development and Counseling)

Workshop I   9:30-10:30- Preparing for a Performance-Based School Counselor Evaluation, by creating and presenting artifacts and evidence of your work performance.  Creating a School Counselor Portfolio.  (NBCC Content Area: Assessment) Presenters: Kristen Curran, CCS Counseling Coordinator

Workshop II 10:30-11:30- Addressing the needs of culturally diverse students and understanding the changing demographics of students and school communities. (NCBB Content Area: Social and Cultural Foundations)  Presenter: Lucille Lazare, Curriculum Specialist

(Lunch from 11:30-1:00 Lunch is at your expense and you can eat at the facilities on campus or within the surrounding area)

Workshop lll  1:00-2:00- Strategies for Supporting Students Experiencing Homelessness (NBCC Content Area: Counseling Theory/Practice and the Counseling Relationship)  Presenter: Pamela Story, Social Work Coordinator and Homeless Liaison

2:00 - Break

Workshop IV  2:10-3:30- Data-Driven School Counseling Programs –It is essential that data is used to develop and enhance comprehensive school counseling program in order for them to be designed to meet the needs of students and be assessed for effectiveness. Both the ASCA National Model: Framework for School Counseling and the North Carolina Professional School Counselor Standards and Evaluation emphasize the importance of data in school counseling programs. In this session, we will review strategies for accomplishing this type of data-driven decision making and assessment. Participants will engage in reviewing examples of types of data that can be utilized, how to create data-driven goals and strategies, and how data can be used to assess outcomes. Presenter: Cynthia Floyd, NCDPI

(NBCC Content Area: Research and Program Evaluation)

3:30-4:00 Closure - NCSCA

(5 Contact Hours available to earn)


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