Using Creativity and Accountability to Counsel Large Student Caseloads
How is it possible to create a college-going culture for a large, diverse high school? What must be in place for students and families to embrace the college admission process? This webinar will focus on these important topics designed specifically for school counselors, college counselors, and individuals working at non-profits or CBO’s.
Learn how to use research to guide your college counseling practice
Create the components of a data-focused Accountability Tool
Discover ways to prepare students for a full-range of postsecondary options
Mobilize and collaborate with your colleagues to improve student outcomes
About this course:
What can counselors do to ensure that every student who finishes high school is successful in college and ready for a career? Based on UCLA Professor Dr. Pat McDonough’s research on the Nine Critical Principles of Creating a College-Going Culture, this session provides research-based and time-tested strategies that school counselors can implement to improve their school’s college-going and career readiness rates. Counseling large caseloads, first-generation, and diverse populations will be emphasized.