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  1. Comparing Counselors', School Administrators', and Teachers' Knowledge in Student Assessment.

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    Impara, James C.; Plake, Barbara S.

    1995-01-01

    Reports results of a study that compared the measurement competencies in student assessment of teachers, counselors, and school administrators. Draws implications for pre- and inservice training for professionals in education. (LKS)

  2. Examination on the View of School Administrators and Teachers to School Counselor (Psychological Counselor)

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    Camadan, Fatih; Kahveci, Gokhan

    2013-01-01

    The main purpose of this study is to examine the view of school administrators and teachers to school counselor (Psychological Counselor) by metaphor analysis. Comparison method of relational screening models has been followed during the research. Content analysis of qualitative analysis methods has been followed to analyze collected data. Study…

  3. Teacher's Counselor

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    Noon, Elizabeth F.

    1977-01-01

    Norma Kuder's teaching career was in jeopardy. Her personal life had been a mess for a long time, and it affected her teaching. Her principal believed that Norma didn't belong in teaching, and he warned her that her contract might not be renewed. Discusses how intelligent action by the school counselor, the principal, and fellow teachers saved a…

  4. Vocational Personality Types and Sex-Role Perceptions of Educational Administrators, Counselors, and Teachers.

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    Shuttenberg, Ernest M.; And Others

    Inspired by recent literature on burnout, this study investigates several factors that may affect job satisfaction or dissatisfaction among public school teachers, building-level administrators, and counselors. The study explores the relationships between vocational personality types, as measured by Holland's "Self-Directed Search" and sex-role…

  5. Handbook of Entry Level Jobs. A Guide for Occupational Investigation for Administrators, Counselors, Vocational and Special Education Teachers.

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    McCarron, Lawrence T.

    This handbook is intended to provide administrators, vocational counselors, and teachers with a convenient reference of entry-level jobs. The handbook organizes information on over 3,000 jobs into the nine occupational clusters that have been identified by the Department of Labor in the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT). Jobs are organized…

  6. A Report of the Project Statewide Infusion of Career Education into the Preparation of Teachers, Counselors and Administrators. Final Performance Report.

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    Luft, Roger L.; And Others

    Career education staff development activities were conducted by Oregon's Interinstitutional Consortium for Career Education in three phases: (1) staff development for college and university faculties (also reported separately in CE 019 417); (2) program development for teacher, counselor, and administrator preparation; and (3) teacher…

  7. Counselor-Ag Teacher Communication

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    Miller, Larry

    1975-01-01

    Solutions are proposed for the vocational agriculture teachers' assertions that their program is not understood by the guidance counselor and that vocational agriculture programs have become the dumping ground for the unwanted in the mainstream of the school system. (Author/BP)

  8. Teachers and School Counselors: A Relationship Revisited.

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    Monnig, Joan Quigley

    1981-01-01

    Describes the school counselor's role in establishing a good working relationship with school personnel. Describes counselor's role as a consultant in ascertaining needs of students, parents, and community. Suggests teachers and counselors can work together to develop guidance techniques for students. (Author/JAC)

  9. Identification of Recruitment Barriers to Vocational Training Programs as Perceived by Students, Teachers, Counselors, and Administrators in Selected Florida Schools. Final Report, 4/1/81-6/30/81.

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    Scanlon, Dennis C.; and Others

    A study examined the barriers to recruitment and retention of disadvantaged, unemployed, underemployed, and out-of-school youth as perceived by students, teachers, counselors, and administrators. To identify such students and barriers, researchers used the following data collection procedures: on-site interviews with 10 Florida area vocational…

  10. College and University Staff Development Workshop Proceedings (Willamette University, December 2-3, 1976; Otter Crest, April 20-21, 1977). [Statewide Infusion of Career Education into the Preparation of Teachers, Counselors and Administrators].

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    Dunbar, Zola, Ed.

    This report summarizes the two statewide staff development workshops that were conducted for faculties of Oregon colleges and universities participating in a consortium project designed to infuse career education into the preparation of teachers, counselors, and administrators. (Three previous workshops are reported in CE 019 416.) Included in…

  11. Youth at Risk: A Resource for Counselors, Teachers and Parents.

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    Capuzzi, Dave, Ed.; Gross, Douglas R., Ed.

    This book of readings consists of 15 chapters grouped into 4 "Parts." The readings provide information and strategies for counselors, teachers, parents, administrators, social workers, and others who work with youth at risk. Sample programs that have been effective are described and data are provided on causal factors for youth problems. The book…

  12. Steps toward Understanding: Teacher Perceptions of the School Counselor Role

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    Powers, Priscilla; Boes, Susan R.

    2013-01-01

    Successful school counselors have many stakeholders supporting their comprehensive program. Classroom teachers are vital members of the counseling team, so it becomes essential to periodically review their perceptions of the school counseling program and the role of the professional school counselor (PSC). In recent years, school counselors have…

  13. Counselor Education and Educational Administration: An Exploratory Survey of Collaboration

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    Perusse, Rachelle; Goodnough, Gary E.; Bouknight, Tamisha

    2007-01-01

    One way to inform educational administration faculty and future school principals about the role of the school counselor is for counselor educators to collaborate with educational administration faculty. However, there are very few recommendations about how these faculty members might collaborate. In an exploratory national survey, counselor…

  14. Elementary School Teachers' Beliefs and Emotions: Implications for School Counselors and Counselor Educators

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    Warren, Jeffrey M.; Dowden, Angel R.

    2012-01-01

    An understanding of teacher beliefs and emotions is invaluable for school counselors developing comprehensive counseling programs. This study explored the relationships among elementary school teachers' beliefs and emotions. Teachers (n = 42) completed surveys related to efficacy beliefs, irrational beliefs, and emotions. Significant relationships…

  15. Teacher Attitudes Toward the Role of the Counselor: An Eight-Year Follow-up Study.

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    Valine, Warren J.; And Others

    1982-01-01

    Presents counselor role expectations registered by teachers in 1972 and 1980 from two school systems. Results showed teachers were more certain of the counselor's role in 1980, although 35 percent were still undecided. More in 1980 viewed the counselor as ineffective and thought the counselor had an easier job. (JAC)

  16. Youth at Risk: A Resource for Counselors, Teachers and Parents. Part 1. Introducing the Problem.

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    Gross, Douglas R.; And Others

    This document consists of Part 1 of a book of readings on at-risk youth designed to provide information and strategies for counselors, teachers, parents, administrators, social workers, and others who work with youth at risk. The two chapters in Part 1 present information related to population identification, the issues and concepts involved, and…

  17. Parents' Involvement in School: Attitudes of Teachers and School Counselors

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    Dor, Asnat

    2012-01-01

    This qualitative study compares the attitudes of teachers and school counselors toward parents' involvement in school. The method and procedure is: A semi-structured interview (four open questions on informing parents about school, the child, strengths, and challenges) was conducted with 12 Israeli elementary-school teachers and 11 Israeli…

  18. Principal, Teacher, and Counselor Views of Concurrent Enrollment

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    Hanson, Jana M.; Prusha, Todd; Iverson, Cort

    2015-01-01

    The purpose of this chapter is to describe teacher, counselor, and principal perceptions of a concurrent enrollment program collaboratively administered by a large, Midwestern community college and area high schools. Data come from surveys sent to these stakeholders as part of concurrent enrollment program accreditation through National…

  19. Advocacy and Impact: A Comparison of Administrators' Perceptions of the High School Counselor Role

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    Dodson, Tammy

    2009-01-01

    This article compares administrators' perceptions of the high school counselor role in a Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) versus the perceptions that administrators had of the high school counselor role in counseling departments that had not received the RAMP designation. An analysis of the data revealed that administrators from both RAMP and…

  20. AB 1802: The Middle and High School Supplemental Counseling Program--Administrator and Counselor Perspectives

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    Zubko, Christina

    2010-01-01

    Using a naturalistic methodology, this study explored counselors' and administrators' perceptions of the implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the Middle and High School Supplemental Counseling Program (MHSSCP) at a predominantly Latino high school. Determining how counselors and administrators define their roles in implementing,…

  1. Role Perception Study of School Counselors.

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    McDowell, Deborah Kay

    This study was designed to identify any differences in the perceptions of administrators, counselors, and teachers regarding the role of secondary school counselors. A literature review found that different groups had varying expectations of school counselors. The null hypothesis for the study is: There is no significant difference in the…

  2. Does Holding a Teacher Education Degree Make a Difference in School Counselors' Job Performance?

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    Stein, David M.; DeBerard, Scott

    2010-01-01

    An important hiring criterion maintained by some school districts is that school counselors possess a teaching certificate and prior teaching experience. The present study examined the actual job performance of novice school counselor (interns) in relation to whether they had teacher certification and at least two years of teaching experience, or…

  3. Bridging the Gap between School Counselors and Teachers: A Proactive Approach.

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    Davis, Keith M.; Garrett, Michael Tlanusta

    1998-01-01

    Outlines four methods by which school counselors may ensure mutual understanding with teachers about their role while developing rapport and further improving their professional status as competent counselors whose primary interest is in the welfare of the students. Suggests these strategies as effective for bridging the gap that exists between…

  4. An Investigation of the Perceptions of School Administrators Towards the Roles and Duties of School Counselors

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    Karatas, Kasim; Kaya, Ismet

    2015-01-01

    Problem Statement: School administrators are the first responsible body for the implementation of the counseling and guidance program. For sharing this responsibility, school administrators should be in cooperation with school counselors. Administrators' perceptions on school counseling and guidance services show that school administrators have…

  5. Experiential Training: Connecting School Counselors-in-Training, English as a Second Language (ESL) Teachers, and ESL Students

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    Burnham, Joy J.; Mantero, Miguel; Hooper, Lisa M.

    2009-01-01

    English as a second language (ESL) students present challenges to counselors who are unaccustomed to working with students who speak limited English. A field experience prepared school counselors-in-training to develop cultural sensitivity while working with ESL teachers and students. The counselors suggested that early experiential learning…

  6. Youth at Risk: A Resource for Counselors, Teachers and Parents. Part 3. Working with Youth at Risk: Behavioral Issues and Interventions.

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    Kempley, Frances A.; And Others

    This document consists of Part 3 of a book of readings on at-risk youth designed to provide information and strategies for counselors, teachers, parents, administrators, social workers, and others who work with youth at risk. It includes six readings, each dealing with a specific behavior that places a young person at risk. "The Secret and…

  7. ABE Outreach: Teacher, Recruiter, Counselor. A Handbook for Adult Basic Education Teacher/Recruiter/Counselors. A Guide for Program Managers. Revised.

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    Singer, Elizabeth W.

    Designed for program managers and teacher/recruiter/counselors (TRC's), this handbook provides information on Brevard Community College's Adult Basic Education (ABE) Outreach program. First, background information on the ABE/TRC concept is presented, identifying the major functions of the TRC as counseling through door-to-door contact, conducting…

  8. Career Education. Administrators and Counselors Implementation Model. Module V--Implementation. (5.2) Curriculum Evaluation.

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    Thompson, John A.; Chock, Mona K.O.

    Part of a 13-volume series designed to be used as a group inservice or a self-learning system to train school administrators and counselors for their role in career education, this second section (5.2) of module 5 (implementation--for administrators) centers on aiding in the implementation of a career education curriculum. Module 5 is one of six…

  9. Factors that Influence Pre-Service Administrators' Views of Appropriate School Counselor Duties

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    Mason, Kimberly L.; Perera-Diltz, Dilani M.

    2010-01-01

    This study surveyed pre-service administrative internship students (N = 61) at an urban Midwestern state university to explore factors that influence duties assigned to school counselors at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Results indicated variation in duties assigned by pre-service administrators based on school building level.…

  10. Career Education. Administrators and Counselors Implementation Model. Module I: Career Education Information.

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    Thompson, John A.; Chock, Mona K.O.

    Part of a 13-volume series designed to be used as a group inservice or a self-learning system to train school administrators and counselors for their role in career education, this module focuses on the factors which have led to the growth of the career education concepts. The module is one of six for administrators and four for counselors…

  11. Knowledge and attitudes toward epilepsy among school teachers and counselors in Jordan.

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    Alkhamra, Hatem; Tannous, Adel; Hadidi, Muna; Alkhateeb, Jamal

    2012-08-01

    This study investigated the knowledge and attitudes of Jordanian school teachers and counselors toward epilepsy. A sample of 259 teachers and counselors completed the two-part questionnaire. Validity was assessed using an informed panel of judges, and test-retest reliability was established. The results showed average knowledge of epilepsy and generally favorable attitudes toward students with epilepsy. Although participants revealed apt knowledge about the causes and symptoms of epilepsy, they demonstrated poor knowledge about methods of dealing with seizures. However, participants scored high on items relating to the equality of rights and the need for further support. Findings indicated that although participants showed favorable attitudes, more information and awareness about epilepsy should be provided to teachers and counselors within the school systems of Jordan.

  12. When Grief Visits School: Organizing a Successful Response. A Resource for Administrators, Counselors, and Other Staff.

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    Dudley, John

    Each week the equivalent of fifty 48-passenger bus loads of students do not return to school because they have died. Created to foster successful responses to crisis situations, this book serves as a step by step reference guide for school administrators, counselors, and other faculty. Techniques are presented for dealing with: (1) murders; (2)…

  13. Building-Level Administrators' Perceptions of the Roles and Functions of Professional School Counselors

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    DiDomenico-Sorrento, Tara M.

    2012-01-01

    The aim of this survey research study is to describe and analyze how building-level high school administrators (BLAB) view the roles and functions of professional school counselors (PSCs), particularly as they relate to the National Model of the American Counseling Association (ASCA) that was developed from the ASCA's National Standards. Online…

  14. When Is It Ethical to Inform Administrators about Student Risk-Taking Behaviors? Perceptions of School Counselors

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    Moyer, Michael S.; Sullivan, Jeremy R.; Growcock, David

    2012-01-01

    School counselors from across the United States responded to a survey asking when they should break confidentiality and report student risk-taking behaviors to school administrators. Generally, counselors believed it to be more ethical to break confidentiality when the behaviors were directly observed (as opposed to reported by students) and when…

  15. The Physical Educator as A Teacher-Counselor: A Systematic Process.

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    Keane, Frank J.

    1980-01-01

    Physical education teachers need to be able to provide help and guidance to students, to assist them in resolving personal problems, and to help them perform up to program standards. Three effective counseling methods are: directive (counselor-centered), nondirective (student-centered), and eclectic. (JN)

  16. School Counselors and Teacher-Librarians: A Necessary Partnership for Effective Schools.

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    White, Maureen; Wilson, Pat

    1997-01-01

    Discusses the relationship between school counselors and teacher-librarians and reports results of a national survey that investigated partnerships between the groups. Highlights include input into materials selection and purchase; assistance with audiovisual equipment; information on available materials and services; computer technology support;…

  17. Counselors', Rehabilitation Providers', and Teachers' Perceptions of Mental and Physical Disabilities

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    Thomas, Chippewa M.; Curtis, Rebecca S.; Shippen, Margaret E.

    2011-01-01

    The diversity perceptions of human service professionals may be critical indicators of effective service provision. Specifically, this study explored the disability perceptions of counselors, rehabilitation providers, and teachers (N = 172) enrolled in a large, southeastern university. A 76% response rate was achieved in the study, indicating…

  18. The Effects of Teacher-Counselor Consultation on Sociometric Status and Achievement of Elementary School Children.

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    Dobson, Judith E.; And Others

    The following premises formed the basis for this research: (1) a child's social and intellectual development are closely related; (2) the classroom teacher has a tremendous influence on the social as well as the academic growth of children; and (3) the school counselor may facilitate children's academic and social growth through consultations with…

  19. The Disproportionality Dilemma: Patterns of Teacher Referrals to School Counselors for Disruptive Behavior

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    Bryan, Julia; Day-Vines, Norma L.; Griffin, Dana; Moore-Thomas, Cheryl

    2012-01-01

    Disproportionality plagues schools nationwide in special education placement, dropout, discipline referral, suspension, and expulsion rates. This study examined predictors of teacher referrals to school counselors for disruptive behavior in a sample of students selected from the Educational Longitudinal Study 2002 (National Center for Education…

  20. Field Tested Vocational Decision Making Programs. A Guidebook for Counselors and Vocational Education Teachers.

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    Yost, Elizabeth B., Ed.

    This document contains the best 11 field tested vocational decisionmaking programs (and their attendant evaluations) developed during the Vocational Decision Making Workshop, held in Arizona during the 1975-76 academic year. (Eighteen high school counselors and vocational education teachers participated in the workshop, designed to help them learn…

  1. Professional School Counselors as Process Observers in the Classroom: Collaboration with Classroom Teachers

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    Fazio-Griffith, Laura; Curry, Jennifer R.

    2008-01-01

    This article defines process observation and how it can be used by professional school counselors to assist classroom teachers in enhancing the learning environment for students. Further, this article elucidates the skills used by process observers. A case illustration is provided to demonstrate application of this service. Finally, practical…

  2. Children and Adolescents with Eating Disorders: Strategies for Teachers and School Counselors.

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    Manley, Ronald S.; Rickson, Heidi; Standeven, Bill

    2000-01-01

    this article provides an overview of anorexia nervosa and bulimia in children and adolescents, including ages of onset, prevalence, and clinical characteristics. Behavior, cognitive, and affective characteristics are outlined. Strategies are provided for teachers and counselors who are concerned about students who have or may have eating…

  3. AVID Teacher Leadership: Administrator and Teacher Perceptions of Leadership Attributes

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    Mills, Shirley J.; Huerta, Jeffery J.; Watt, Karen M.; Martinez, Jorge

    2014-01-01

    This study examined the perceptions of teachers and administrators with regard to AVID (Advancement via Individual Determination) teacher leaders. The purpose was to compare whether teachers and administrators agree on the types of attributes needed for teacher leaders involved in implementing AVID as a school reform effort. Results revealed that…

  4. A National Survey of School Counselor Supervision Practices: Administrative, Clinical, Peer, and Technology Mediated Supervision

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    Perera-Diltz, Dilani M.; Mason, Kimberly L.

    2012-01-01

    Supervision is vital for personal and professional development of counselors. Practicing school counselors (n = 1557) across the nation were surveyed to explore current supervision practices. Results indicated that 41.1% of school counselors provide supervision. Although 89% receive some type of supervision, only 10.3% of school counselors receive…

  5. School Personnel Perceptions of Professional School Counselor Role and Function

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    Coles, Caron N.

    2013-01-01

    The purpose of this research study was to examine the attitudes held by school-based administrators, teachers, and professional school counselors regarding ideal and actual roles of the professional school counselor. The survey instrument utilized in this research study, the PSCRFA, is grounded in the ASCA model and reflective of current school…

  6. Effective Administrative Support for Able Teachers.

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    Willing, Delight C.

    1979-01-01

    The continuing education administrator should provide support that will enable teachers to perform effectively. By using Herzberg's motivation-hygiene theory as a framework, the administrator can develop a positive working environment and seek ways of providing motivation to the teacher. (SK)

  7. Off-Campus Education Guide for Administrators, Counselors & Teachers.

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    Alberta Learning, Edmonton. Curriculum Standards Branch.

    This guide is designed to help Canadian educators, in partnership with their communities, organize and operate off-campus education programs that provide meaningful experiences for students. It outlines required and recommended procedures to guide school authorities as they implement off-campus education programs in both core and optional subject…

  8. Whose Responsibility Is It? The Role of Administrators and Counselors. Math and Science for the Coed Classroom.

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    Campbell, Patricia B.; Storo, Jennifer N.

    The National Science Foundation found that fewer female and male students are going with math- and science-related college majors, including engineering. This pamphlet offers tips and strategies for counselors and school administrators to assess how females participate in math and science courses in their schools. Sections of the pamphlet include:…

  9. The DANGERTOME Personal Risk Threat Assessment Scale: An Instrument to Help Aid Immediate Threat Assessment for Counselors, Faculty, and Teachers

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    Juhnke, Gerald A.

    2010-01-01

    Threats of violence are not uncommon to counselors, faculty, or teachers. Each must be taken seriously, quickly analyzed, and safety procedures implemented. Yet, there exists a paucity of brief, face-to-face, assessments designed to aid threat assessment. To address this paucity, the author created The DANGERTOME Personal Risk Threat Assessment…

  10. Status of Industrial Arts in Colorado as Perceived by Junior High Principals, Industrial Arts Teachers, and Counselors.

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    Baier, Jon Wesley

    To determine the status of junior high industrial arts programs in Colorado and the importance of the American Vocational Association's (AVA's) 1953 and 1968 goals, questionnaires were mailed to 90 junior high industrial arts teachers, 125 counselors, and 90 principals. Usable returns from 244 (80 percent) respondents revealed that: (1) There was…

  11. Late Immersion Foundation Document: Teachers and Administrators

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    Alberta Education, 2010

    2010-01-01

    The aim of this document is to give teachers and administrators the contextual and pedagogical tools for the late immersion program. It acts as a guide for beginning and experienced teachers who need to update their knowledge regarding this program and its details. For many working in this area, it also confirms their daily practices as well as…

  12. Factors That Impact Administrator-Teacher Relationships

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    Gray, Patrick Sean

    2013-01-01

    Retaining teachers continues to be problematic for educational leaders across the country. With these numbers steadily increasing, one must examine the reasons as to why teachers are leaving the profession and how school administrators can address these problems if schools are going to maintain and increase their levels of success. Reasons…

  13. A Phenomenological Study Examining Classroom Teachers' Perceptions of the Roles of Professional School Counselors and School Counseling Programs in RAMP Designated Schools

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    Vacchio, Calvin Bryan

    2012-01-01

    The purpose of this qualitative phenomenological study was to examine the perceptions of professional school counselors, and the comprehensive school counseling programs they implement, through the eyes of classroom teachers in schools that have received designation from the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) for actualizing a Recognized…

  14. English Language Teachers as Program Administrators

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    Tannacito, Dan J.

    2013-01-01

    An administrator, broadly conceived, is a person who has authority to lead and manage people, practices, materials, and policies in an educational unit. Dan Tannacito shows teachers the pathway to becoming English language program administrators (ELPAs) and the myriad benefits they can derive. Most may be surprised to see that they are already on…

  15. Preparing Professional School Counselors as Collaborators in Culturally Competent School Administration

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    Nelson, Judith; Bustamante, Rebecca M.

    2009-01-01

    In collaboration with principals and other leadership team members, professional school counselors have ethical responsibilities in promoting culturally competent school environments. Pre-service training is the ideal time for school counselors and principals to develop the necessary background information, tools, and assessment skills to assist…

  16. An Ethics Challenge for School Counselors

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    Froeschle, Janet G.; Crews, Charles

    2010-01-01

    Ethical issues arise more often for school counselors than for those who work in other settings (Remley, 2002). The challenge of working not only with minors but also with other stakeholders including parents, teachers, school administrators, and community members sets the stage for potential legal and ethical dilemmas. Awareness and adherence to…

  17. Perceptions of the Impact of School Administrators on Teacher Retention

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    Knight, Zsa Zsa L.

    2012-01-01

    This qualitative study investigated the behaviors of administrators and their impact on teacher retention. Teachers' perceptions were obtained in order to gain further understanding of the impact that administrators have on teachers' job satisfaction as well as of administrators' motivation to increase teacher retention. According…

  18. Grievance Administration. Enforcing Teachers' Contract Rights.

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    National Education Association, Washington, DC. Commission on Professional Rights and Responsibilities.

    This report discusses the alternatives confronting teacher associations when they select a contract grievance procedure and choose an organization for grievance administration. The six major topics covered include (1) post negotiation questions, (2) grievance procedure, (3) grievance advocacy, (4) arbitration in grievance impasse, (5) specific…

  19. The School Administrator Payoff from Teacher Pensions

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    Koedel, Cory; Ni, Shawn; Podgursky, Michael

    2013-01-01

    It is widely recognized that teacher quality is the central input in school performance. This insight has put human resource and compensation policies, including performance pay, tenure, alternative route recruitment, and mentoring, at center stage in school reform debates. Some school administrators have been innovators and reform leaders in…

  20. Knowledge Strategies of School Administrators and Teachers

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    Hamid, Jamaliah Abdul

    2008-01-01

    Purpose: To examine the knowledge strategies of school administrators and teachers in schools to acquire and use information for decision making in various areas of school development. Design/methodology/approach: Quantitative correlational research design using survey questionnaire as the main instrument for data collection. The respondents were…

  1. Medication Administration Technician. Update. Teacher Edition.

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    Oklahoma State Dept. of Vocational and Technical Education, Stillwater. Curriculum and Instructional Materials Center.

    This teacher's edition contains curriculum materials for an upgrading course for medication administration technicians who have completed initial training. The course consists of six units of instruction that cover the following: (1) controlling infection; (2) administering medication; (3) obtaining vital signs; (4) discussing legal issues and…

  2. Put Teachers on Your Administrative Cabinet, and Restore Labor Harmony.

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    Page, Bill D.

    1982-01-01

    In Whithall (Michigan) schools, a teacher representative is included on the superintendent's administrative cabinet. Teacher participation has improved internal communication, aided in a campaign for a tax millage increase, and helped solve problems with teacher transfers. (MLF)

  3. Teachers' and Administrators' Perceptions of Knowledge Management Competence of High School Administrators

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    Memisoglu, Salih Pasa

    2016-01-01

    This study aims to determine the teachers' and administrators' perceptions of knowledge management competence in high school administration. The study was conducted using the screening model and the study group consisted of 162 teachers and 35 administrators working at eight high schools in Turkey. Administrators' knowledge management competence…

  4. The Relationship between Job Involvement and School Administrative Effectiveness as Perceived by Administration Teachers

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    Lin, Ruilin; Xie, Jingchen; Jeng, Yoau-Chau; Wang, Zheng-Hong

    2011-01-01

    The purpose of this study is to explore the relationships between "job involvement" and "school administrative effectiveness" as perceived by junior high school administration teachers. The findings are as follows. (1) The current status of "job involvement" and "school administrative effectiveness" as perceived by administration teachers is…

  5. Teacher Trust in District Administration: A Promising Line of Inquiry

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    Adams, Curt M.; Miskell, Ryan C.

    2016-01-01

    Purpose: We set out in this study to establish a foundation for a line of inquiry around teacher trust in district administration by (1) describing the role of trust in capacity building, (2) conceptualizing trust in district administration, (3) developing a scale to measure teacher trust in district administration, and (4) testing the…

  6. The Tip of the Iceberg: Teacher Distrust of Administrators.

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    Rothstein, Stanley W.

    1980-01-01

    The ambivalent attitudes of prospective administrators is the tip of the iceberg, hiding resentments which have been aggravated by teachers' militancy and administrators' obtuseness. To get teachers to understand and cope with these feelings, as they study educational administration, is an important challenge for professional schools of education.…

  7. Views of Teachers, Parents, and Counselors toward the Preschool Version of First Step to Success Early Intervention Program (FSS-PSV) in Preventing Antisocial Behaviors

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    Çolak, Aysun; Tomris, Gözde; Diken, Ibrahim H.; Arikan, Arzu; Aksoy, Funda; Çelik, Seçil

    2015-01-01

    This study aims to describe the views of teachers, parents, and FSS-PSV counselors on the Preschool Version of First Step to Success Early Intervention Program (FSS-PSV) in preventing antisocial behaviors; in addition, the implementation process and contributions from the program will also be outlined. The study was conducted in six different…

  8. Teachers' and School Counselors' Perceptions of Their Cultural Competence in Working with Newly Arrived Latino Immigrant Students: A Mixed Methods Research Study

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    Guardiola Castillo, Irma V.

    2014-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to explore teachers' and school counselors' perceptions of their cultural competence in working with newly arrived Latino immigrant students by using a mixed instrument with closed-ended and open-ended items. Multicultural Counseling Competencies (MCC) served as the theoretical framework for this study (Sue,…

  9. Perceptions of the Role of Middle School Counselors.

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    Huffman, Jeffrey L.; And Others

    While the appropriate duties of elementary and secondary school counselors have been well defined by various professional organizations, these duties remain unclear in the middle school level. This study was conducted to examine the perceptions of teachers, administrators, parents, and students in grades six through eight concerning the…

  10. Teacher Demoralization, Disempowerment and School Administration

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    Tsang, Kwok Kuen; Liu, Dian

    2016-01-01

    Teacher demoralization is a concept describing the negative emotional experiences affecting teachers' well-being and quality of teaching. However, since the dominant discourse about teacher demoralization is influenced by psychological perspectives, especially the theory of burnout, most of effort to promote teachers' well-being and quality of…

  11. Helping Teachers Be Successful: Lessons for Administrators

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    Neill, Steven W.; Bland, Paul; Church, Edwin; Clayburn, Climetine; Shimeall, W. Michael

    2011-01-01

    The goal of this study was to identify areas of teacher performance that were lacking to the point that the teacher was nonrenewed. Individual school districts can gain insight into why teachers are failing and make adjustments to their training and teacher induction programs that will improve professional practice. The study found that teachers…

  12. Administrative Context and Novice Teacher-Mentor Interactions

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    Pogodzinski, Ben

    2015-01-01

    Purpose: Mentoring can improve novice teacher effectiveness and reduce teacher attrition, yet the depth and breadth of mentoring can vary greatly within and between schools. The purpose of this paper is to identify the extent to which a school's administrative context is associated with the focus and frequency of novice teacher-mentor…

  13. Help Teachers Engage Students: Action Tools for Administrators

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    Brinkman, Annette; Forlini, Gary; Williams, Ellen

    2009-01-01

    This unique, hands-on reference for school administrators offers guidelines for effective student engagement as well as reproducible action tools that will enable you to: (1) Identify and share "The Big Eight Student Engagement Strategies" with your teachers; (2) Promote teacher growth and provide support for new and/or struggling teachers; (3)…

  14. Teachers' and School Administrators' Perceptions and Expectations on Teacher Leadership

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    Kiranh, Semra

    2013-01-01

    In this study it is aimed to find out primary school teachers' and principals' expectations and perceptions related to teachers' leadership. The population of this survey consists of primary school teachers and principals in Odunpazari, one of the two central municipalities in Eskisehir, in 2011-2012 educational year. Teachers and principals of…

  15. Elementary Teachers' Perceptions of Administrators and Job Satisfaction

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    Davis, Christen M.

    2012-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to investigate administrative influence on teacher job satisfaction based on the perspectives of teachers using Frederick Herzberg, Bernard Mausner, and Barbara Snyderman's Two-Factor Theory on job satisfaction as the theoretical framework. This study also explored the administrative actions and behaviors that…

  16. Teachers' Perceptions of Administrative Support in Incentive Grant Schools

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    Crowder, William J., Jr.

    2013-01-01

    The purpose of this study is to investigate teachers' perceptions of administrative support in incentive grant schools. The primary objective of this study is to determine the effect of participation in an incentive grant on the perceived level of administrative support. The research questions were as follows: 1) Do teachers who are participating…

  17. Teacher Preferences for Alternative School Site Administrative Models

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    Hewitt, Paul M.; Denny, George S.; Pijanowski, John C.

    2012-01-01

    Public school teachers with high leadership potential who stated that they had no interest in being school principals were surveyed on their attitudes about six alternative school site administrative organizational models. Of the 391 teachers surveyed, 53% identified the Co-Principal model as the preferred school site administrative structure. In…

  18. Teacher and Administrator Views on School Principals' Accountability

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    Argon, Turkan

    2015-01-01

    The current study aims to identify teacher and administrator views regarding primary school principals' accountability. The case study model, a qualitative research method, was adopted in the study using the holistic single-case design. The working group was composed of a total of 56 individuals, 42 teachers and 14 administrators (11 principals…

  19. Administrative Support and Alternatively Certified Teachers: A Mixed Methods Study on New Teacher Support and Retention

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    Anderson, Erin M.

    2012-01-01

    A non-experimental study was conducted to examine the perceived administrative support needs of alternatively certified teachers and determine their impact on teacher retention. The study sought to identify the most valued administrative support needs of alternatively-certified teachers; to compare those needs by gender and tier teaching level;…

  20. Comparing Teacher and Administrator Perspectives on Multiple Dimensions of Teacher Professionalism

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    Tichenor, Mercedes; Tichenor, John

    2009-01-01

    In this paper, we compare teacher and administrator perspectives on multiple dimensions of teacher professionalism. An instrument with a total of 51 professional behaviors and characteristics that operationalize the multiple dimensions of professionalism was developed. Survey participants, including 216 teachers and 89 administrators, were asked…

  1. Teacher Absenteeism: What Administrators Can Do.

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    Pitkiff, Evan

    1993-01-01

    Teacher absenteeism appears highest in elementary schools, schools with lower student achievement, schools composed of economically disadvantaged and minority students, and urban school districts. Survey of Brooklyn high schools found high teacher absenteeism; in addition, attendance patterns were habitual, teachers holding temporary teaching…

  2. Variables Influencing Teacher Autonomy, Administrative Coordination, and Collaboration

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    Prichard, Caleb; Moore, Jana E.

    2016-01-01

    Purpose: Schools often vary in how they balance teacher autonomy (TA) and administrative control, and research suggests that there may be several context-specific variables which may be influential. The purpose of this paper is to determine the influence of program variables on the level of TA, administrative coordination, and administration-staff…

  3. The Peer Counselor's Pocket Book.

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    Sturkie, Joan; Gibson, Valerie

    Peer counselors are individuals who have been trained in communication skills and who have learned how to apply these skills in helping another person. This booklet was written by a peer counselor and peer counseling teacher to fill a frequently expressed need for a quick, easy-to-read reference. Its purpose is to make available to peer counselors…

  4. Teacher-Advisors in a Ninth Grade Guidance Program. Project Description, Administrator's Guide, Teacher-Advisor Guidance Manual.

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    Dudley, Robert T.; McDermott, William P.

    The project aims to provide adequate guidance services to all ninth grade students upon their entry into secondary school, and throughout the crucial first year, to assist them with their adjustment. Through the efforts of Teacher-Advisors who fill the roll of counselors, students are encouraged to develop good study and attendance habits and to…

  5. "I'm a Junior Counselor, Having Lots of Fun".

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    Bowman, Robert P.; Myrick, Robert D.

    1980-01-01

    Describes systematic organized training of peer facilitators at the elementary school level. By implementing peer facilitator programs, such as the junior counselor program, counselors can provide students with valuable educational experiences. In addition, junior counselor programs can be fun for students, teachers, and counselors. (Author)

  6. Administrative support of novice science teachers: A multiple case study

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    Iacuone, Leann

    Novice science teachers leave the confines of colleges and universities to embark on a new adventure in education where they aim to influence young minds, make a difference in the world, and share their love for their content. They have learned their pedagogical skills with the support and assistance of fellow classmates, a supporting professor, and a cooperating teacher. These teachers enter their new place of employment and are met with many unexpected challenges, such as a lack of resources, no one to ask questions of, and a busy staff with already established relationships, causing them to feel an overall lack of support and resulting in many new teachers rethinking their career choice and leaving the field of education within 5 years of entering. This multiple-case study investigated the administrative support 4 novice science teachers received during an academic year and the novice teachers' perceptions of the support they received to answer the following research question: How do novice science teachers who have consistent interactions with administrators develop during their first year? To answer this question, semistructured interviews, reflection journals, observations, resumes, long-range plans, and student discipline referrals were collected. The findings from this study show novice science teachers who had incidents occur in the classroom requiring administrative assistance and guidance felt more confident in enforcing their classroom management policies and procedures as the year progressed to change student behavior. The novice science teachers perceived administrators who provided resources including technology, office supplies, science supplies, and the guidance of a mentor as supportive. Novice science teachers who engaged in dialogue after administrative observations, were provided the opportunity to attend professional development outside the district, and had a mentor who taught the same discipline made more changes to their instructional

  7. Snapshot Survey: What Do Your Administrators and Teachers Really Need?

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    Norris, Cathleen A.; Soloway, Elliot; Knezek, Gerald; Topp, Neal W.; Young, Jon; Box, Katherine L.

    2000-01-01

    A (nonrandomized) snapshot survey solicited educators' beliefs about technology-related activities, beliefs, and needs. Technologically mature groups of teachers used e-mail at home, used Internet in classrooms, and felt technology improved their teaching. Unlike teachers, administrators believed electronic media might replace textbooks and change…

  8. Teachers' Perceptions of Administrative Support and Antecedents of Turnover

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    Russell, Elizabeth Morgan; Williams, Sue W.; Gleason-Gomez, Cheryl

    2010-01-01

    The purpose of this pilot study was to determine the degree to which teachers' age, perceptions of fair pay, receipt of employer-sponsored health insurance, and administrative support, as operationalized by the Competing Values Framework, predicted antecedents of turnover. Teachers' thoughts of leaving their current job and commitment to a center…

  9. Preparing for School Crises: Administrator Perceptions on Supports for Teachers

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    Brophy, Chelsey M.; Maras, Melissa A.; Wang, Ze

    2015-01-01

    Traumatic events and crises involving schools and children often become high-profile occurrences; however, little attention is given to teachers and how they cope with crisis. The purpose of this study was to investigate administrators' perceptions of including additional support for teachers in school crisis policies. Specifically, the study…

  10. Administrative Pressures and Teachers' Interpersonal Behaviour in the Classroom

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    Pelletier, Luc G.; Sharp, Elizabeth C.

    2009-01-01

    The purpose of the present article is to review the contextual conditions that lead teachers to be more controlling rather than autonomy supportive with their students. Research indicates that the more teachers perceive that school administration thwarts their autonomy by imposing pressures on them, the less autonomous they are in their motivation…

  11. Case Study Digest: Preparing Teachers for Education Administration.

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    Hanson, Karen L., Ed.

    This case study digest is intended for classroom teachers who wish to discuss a variety of challenges in school leadership. The publication targets classroom teachers who desire leadership training and aspire to become school administrators. The case studies represent actual incidents experienced by school leaders. The cases are formatted to…

  12. Eastern Kentucky Teacher and Administrative Stress: Part II

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    Wright, Sam; Ballestero, Victor

    2012-01-01

    The purpose of this research was to survey selected Eastern Kentucky Teachers (Elementary, Middle, and High School) to collect data about stress in public schools. This was a continuation study for Eastern Kentucky that collected data on how men and women teachers and men and women administrators handle stress. A stress survey (Appendix C) was…

  13. Professional Role Orientation of Women Administrators and Women Teachers

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    Nixon, Mary; Gue, L. R.

    1975-01-01

    The professional role orientation of women teachers and women administrators is compared with a limited number of variables. (Available from the Department of Educational Administration, The University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada T6G 2G5; $4.00 annually.) (MLF)

  14. Teacher and Administrator Perceptions of Bullying in Schools

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    Kennedy, Tom D.; Russom, Ashley G.; Kevorkian, Meline M.

    2012-01-01

    The primary aim of this study was to explore the differences between teacher and administrator perceptions of bullying. Data were collected from 139 practicing educators and administrators who completed a survey regarding their perceptions of bullying in schools. Mann Whitney U tests were conducted to determine if perceptions of bullying varied…

  15. Guidelines for Administrators to Use in Evaluating Special Education Teachers.

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    Nissen, Earl R.

    Six essential teaching competencies and observable characteristics are outlined to help administrators evaluate special education teachers. Administrators are urged to use evaluation as an inservice tool rather than a weapon. The competencies include the following: (1) accurate and effective communication in the content area and professional…

  16. Administrator Perspectives of Ohio's Teacher Evaluation System: Implications for Educational Administration Programs in Higher Education

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    Williams, Nicole V.; Crates, Kathleen

    2015-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to elicit elementary and middle school administrators' perceptions of the Ohio Teacher Evaluation System (OTES). The researchers created a questionnaire to learn administrators' experiences with and attitudes, opinions, beliefs, and knowledge of OTES thus far. The questionnaire consisted of twenty-five Likert-based…

  17. Praxis as Dialogue: Teacher and Administrator

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    Bragelman, John

    2015-01-01

    In the spring of 2014, John Bragelman accepted an administrative position at a community college in Chicago. He struggled with the decision because it meant leaving the mathematics classroom, a space he calls home. As a critical educator, he had the opportunity to watch his students become critical participators in their communities, readers and…

  18. Administrators as Advocates for Teacher Collaboration

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    Ketterlin-Geller, Leanne R.; Baumer, Patricia; Lichon, Kathryn

    2015-01-01

    This column contends that administrators are responsible for constructing a culture of collaboration in their schools and that ultimately, the facilitation of collaboration affects students' academic achievement. Within the context of a leadership scenario, this article outlines the need for, function of, and logistical implementation of…

  19. The Role of the Guidance Counselor in Dealing with Drug Abuse

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    Tobias, Jerry

    1971-01-01

    The author takes issue and places marihuana among perhaps the more dangerous drugs. He then highlights the role of the counselor in the community setting and as the link between students, teachers, administrators, and parents with information about drugs and their associated problems. (Author/BY)

  20. Industrial Arts Education in the Future as Foreseen by Parents, Counselors, Board Members, and Administrators of Secondary Schools.

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    Buskirk, Don

    A study of industrial arts curriculum priorities was conducted among parents, school board presidents, superintendents, and counselors of secondary schools in Nebraska in order to obtain information from non-classroom individuals who still had an impact on industrial arts programs in secondary schools. For the study, 10 well-accepted general…

  1. Neuroscience & the Classroom: Making Connections. A Video Course for Grades K-12 Teachers and School Counselors

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    Annenberg Learner, 2012

    2012-01-01

    Exciting developments in the field of neuroscience are leading to a new understanding of how the brain works that is beginning to transform teaching in the classroom. "Neuroscience & the Classroom: Making Connections" brings together researchers and educators in a dialog about how insights into brain function can be harnessed by teachers for use…

  2. Effects of School Counselors' Cognitive Behavioral Consultation on Irrational and Efficacy Beliefs of Elementary School Teachers

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    Warren, Jeffrey M.; Gerler, Edwin R., Jr.

    2013-01-01

    Consultation is an indirect service frequently offered as part of comprehensive school counseling programs. This study explored the efficacy of a specific model of consultation, rational emotive-social behavior consultation (RE-SBC). Elementary school teachers participated in face-to-face and online consultation groups aimed at influencing…

  3. Assessing the Impact of a Summer Internship Program for Teachers and Counselors.

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    Russell, Jill F.; Reiser, Mary Lynn

    1999-01-01

    Discusses an evaluation of a summer internship program for Omaha, Nebraska, educators that stressed scientific/technical work experience. Results suggest that internship programs can provide a growth experience for teachers and can positively influence students' knowledge, skills, and readiness for the world of work. (MLH)

  4. ESL: A Handbook for Teachers and Administrators in International Schools.

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    Murphy, Edna, Ed.

    The handbook is intended as an aid to teachers and administrators in developing English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) programs for the kind of linguistically diverse student population found in international schools. It consists of a selection of essays on ESL program design and implementation and lists of additional resources. Essays include: "The…

  5. The Teacher Applicant Pool: What Top Administrators Seek.

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    Trimble, Susan

    2001-01-01

    Faced with an applicant pool deficient in credentials and classroom skills, savvy administrators can spot applicants' potential, discerning those individuals likely to blossom into effective teachers. Important qualities include a strong work ethic, people and communication skills, and enthusiasm for teaching. Deciphering hidden meanings behind…

  6. Teacher and Administrator Evaluation. Bibliographies in Education. No. 74.

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    Moll, Marita

    This annotated bibliography contains 602 references on teacher and administrator evaluation appearing, between May 1975 and September 1981, in: (1) Bibliographie du Quebec (Bibliotheque nationale du Quebec); (2) British Education Index (British Library); (3) Canadian Books in Print (University of Toronto Press); (4) Canadian Education Index; (5)…

  7. The Role of Administrators in Career and Technical Teacher Induction

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    Sandford, Brian; Self, Mary Jo

    2011-01-01

    Now in its 9th year of implementation, Oklahoma's Career Tech New Teacher Induction (NTI) has an overall retention rate of 82.6%. A team approach is used and collaboration occurs between local administrators, a local mentor, and a higher education representative. This manuscript focuses on 3 years of both qualitative and quantitative data…

  8. Eastern Kentucky Teacher and Administrative Stress: Part III

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    Wright, Sam; Ballestero, Victor

    2012-01-01

    The purpose of this research was to survey randomly selected Eastern Kentucky Superintendents to collect data about stress in public schools. This was the third year of a continuation study for Eastern Kentucky that collected data on how men and women teachers and men and women administrators handle stress. A stress survey (Appendix A) was sent to…

  9. The Stress Stories of School Teachers and Administrators.

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    Sarros, James C.

    A survey questionnaire on aspects of the job that contributed to burnout received responses from 128 school-based administrators and 635 teachers in a large Western Canadian urban school district. Subjects identified work conditions which contributed to feelings of overextension and exhaustion, to negative attitudes and impersonal responses, and…

  10. Measuring the Impact of High School Counselors on College Enrollment. Research Brief

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    Hurwitz, Michael; Howell, Jessica

    2013-01-01

    This brief examines high school counselor staffing counts relative to four-year college enrollment rates. Recent evidence from a national survey of counselors provides support for claims by counselors and school administrators that current counselor staffing levels are suboptimal. An additional high school counselor is predicted to induce a 10…

  11. Let Teachers Pick Principals.

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    Raisch, C. Daniel

    1993-01-01

    If a school and community are qualified enough to hire teachers, counselors, and secretaries through school-based-management processes, they are equally qualified to hire the school principal. This article describes a site-based team-selection process designed to identify optimal administrator characteristics, advertise the job opening, handle…

  12. Administrative Support and Its Mediating Effect on US Public School Teachers

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    Tickle, Benjamin R.; Chang, Mido; Kim, Sunha

    2011-01-01

    This study examined the effect of administrative support on teachers' job satisfaction and intent to stay in teaching. The study employed a path analysis to the data of regular, full-time, public school teachers from the Schools and Staffing Survey teacher questionnaire. Administrative support was the most significant predictor of teachers' job…

  13. Understanding and Preventing Teacher Burnout. ERIC Digest.

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    Wood, Teri; McCarthy, Chris

    This digest explains that burnout results from the chronic perception that one is unable to cope with daily life demands. Teachers must face classrooms full of students every day; negotiate potentially stressful interactions with parents, administrators, counselors, and other teachers; contend with relatively low pay and shrinking school budgets;…

  14. Coping in Hard Times: Fact Sheet for School Staff--Teachers, Counselors, Administration, Support Staff

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    National Child Traumatic Stress Network, 2011

    2011-01-01

    What happens when school personnel, or family members of one's students are laid off, are out of work for months, and their unemployment insurance ends? What happens when students complain that they can't find after-school or summer jobs? When these things occur, people worry about what will happen to them and to those they care about. Students…

  15. Death in the School Community: A Handbook for Counselors, Teachers, and Administrators.

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    Oates, Martha D.

    This book focuses on death in the school community. The first chapter shows the problem to be widespread and examines recent increases in the number of violent deaths. Incidents reported in newspapers and news magazines over the past 12 months are cited. The second chapter discusses the elements of an effective response plan and presents a schema…

  16. Responding to Hate and Bias at School. A Guide for Administrators, Counselors and Teachers

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    Willoughby, Brian

    2012-01-01

    Your school has plans and protocols in place to respond to fires, severe weather, medical emergencies, fights and weapons possession. But what about school incidents like those listed above that involve bigotry and hate? Are plans in place to respond to a bias incident or hate crime? Too often these plans are created in the moment during the…

  17. Responding to Hate at School: A Guide for Teachers, Counselors and Administrators.

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    Carnes, Jim, Ed.

    This guide offers proven strategies and recommendations for addressing day-to-day problems with respect to hate, bias, and prejudice in the schools. A main focus is on racial issues, but bias against homosexuals and ethnic minority groups is also addressed. A key ingredient for response to and prevention of hateful acts is getting students,…

  18. Administrators' Views on Teacher Evaluation: Examining Ontario's Teacher Performance Appraisal

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    Maharaj, Sachin

    2014-01-01

    This study examines the views of administrators (i.e., principals and vice-principals) in Ontario, Canada, with regard to the province's Teacher Performance Appraisal process. A total of 178 responses were collected from a survey that examined five areas: 1) preparation and training; 2) classroom observations; 3) preparing the formal…

  19. The Knowledge Base of Non-Native English-Speaking Teachers: Perspectives of Teachers and Administrators

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    Zhang, Fengjuan; Zhan, Ju

    2014-01-01

    This study explores the knowledge base of non-native English-speaking teachers (NNESTs) working in the Canadian English as a second language (ESL) context. By examining NNESTs' experiences in seeking employment and teaching ESL in Canada, and investigating ESL program administrators' perceptions and hiring practices in relation to…

  20. The Effects of Teacher Perceptions of Administrative Support, School Climate, and Academic Success in Urban Schools

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    Robinson, Lakishia N.

    2015-01-01

    Teacher turnover refers to major changes in teachers' assignments from one school year to the next. Past research has given an overview of several factors of teacher turnover. These factors include the school environment, teacher collaborative efforts, administrative support, school climate, location, salary, classroom management, academic…

  1. 13 CFR 105.402 - Standards of Conduct Counselors.

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    2012-01-01

    ... 13 Business Credit and Assistance 1 2012-01-01 2012-01-01 false Standards of Conduct Counselors. 105.402 Section 105.402 Business Credit and Assistance SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION STANDARDS OF... Conduct Counselors. (a) The SBA Standards of Conduct Counselor is the Designated Agency Ethics...

  2. 13 CFR 105.402 - Standards of Conduct Counselors.

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    2010-01-01

    ... 13 Business Credit and Assistance 1 2010-01-01 2010-01-01 false Standards of Conduct Counselors. 105.402 Section 105.402 Business Credit and Assistance SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION STANDARDS OF... Conduct Counselors. (a) The SBA Standards of Conduct Counselor is the Designated Agency Ethics...

  3. Migrant Counselor's Handbook, Grades 9-12. Fourth Revision.

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    Texas Education Agency, Austin. Div. of Special Programs.

    The fourth revised edition of the migrant counselor's handbook emphasizes administration of the migrant counselor's duties, knowledge of procedures, and functional aids to carrying out work with migrant students. Part I provides definitions, explains counselor responsibilities and procedures, and includes in-state and out-of-state programs and…

  4. The Relevant Counselor.

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    Herr, Edwin L.

    1986-01-01

    Addresses the questions of school counselors' obsolescence and relevance. Cites examples of national indicators of support for school counselors. Suggests the need for sharpening the counselor's role and reducing the unevenness in guidance services' availability. (ABB)

  5. Transforming Teacher Education to Reform America's P-20 Education System

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    Futrell, Mary Hatwood

    2010-01-01

    Moving beyond "reform", teacher education programs need to be "transformed" to better prepare teachers, school counselors, and administrators to teach, guide, and lead in this complex society. Educators must have the skills, knowledge, and commitment to be part of the leadership team that assumes the responsibility for carrying the mantra of the…

  6. Counselor Function in Secondary Schools: Highline School District 401; 1969-70.

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    Maser, Arthur L.

    The impetus for the study was provided by the widespread disagreement on the counselor's role and function as stated by counselors and administrators. Purposes included: (1) the provision of information about the counselor's role and function; (2) the resolution of confusion concerning the counselor's role; and (3) the improvement of communication…

  7. Counselors and Counselor Educators Exchange Roles

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    Hamann, John B.; Lipsky, James A.

    1971-01-01

    The authors describe a program in which counselors and counselor educators exchange positions and responsibilities in an effort to increase their effectiveness and the amount of interaction between the two. (BY)

  8. Supporting Beginning Teachers: How Administrators, Teachers, and Policymakers Can Help New Teachers Succeed. By Request Series.

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    Brewster, Cori; Railsback, Jennifer

    Twenty to 30 percent of new teachers leave their field within the first 3 years; 9.3 percent don't even make it through their first full year; and after 5 years, roughly 50 percent of beginners have left teaching. Reasons for leaving include pursuit of a more personally appropriate career, low pay, the desire to raise one's own children, and…

  9. Teacher Views on School Administrators' Organizational Power Sources and Their Change Management Behaviours

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    Argon, Türkan; Dilekçi, Ümit

    2016-01-01

    This study aimed to determine school administrators' organizational power sources and change management behaviours based on Bolu central district primary and secondary school teachers' views. The study conducted with relational screening model reached 286 teachers. School Administrators' Organizational Power Sources Scale and Change Management…

  10. Strategies and Perceptions of Administrative Duties of Veteran Special Education Teachers

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    Berg, Michael

    2014-01-01

    In this qualitative descriptive case study, strategies used to manage special education administrative duties and current perspectives of administrative responsibilities of three veteran special education teachers were investigated. The three participants were also identified as teacher leaders within the department of special education for their…

  11. The Roles of Parents, Teachers, and Administrators in Programs for the Deaf-Blind.

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    Rouin, Carole

    Presented are the proceedings of a 1975 special study institute for parents, teachers, and administrators in programs for the deaf-blind. Entries are divided into two sections--institute for parents and institute for teachers and administrators--and include the following titles: "Legal Rights and Advocacy for the Deaf-Blind" (F. Laski), "Political…

  12. Retention, Attrition, and Mobility among Teachers and Administrators in West Virginia. REL 2016-161

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    Lochmiller, Chad R.; Adachi, Eishi; Chesnut, Colleen E.; Johnson, Jerry

    2016-01-01

    Members of the West Virginia School Leadership Research Alliance partnered with Regional Educational Laboratory Appalachia to study the average retention, attrition, and mobility rates among teachers and administrators in the West Virginia public school system. There is increasing evidence nationwide that low teacher and administrator retention…

  13. Exploring the Way Teachers Feel about Feedback from Administrators and Administrator-Teacher Communication: A Phenomenological Study

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    Roberge, Thomas Patrick

    2014-01-01

    Teachers and principals have vital roles in the success of our schools and the two must communicate with each other; however, principals must evaluate teachers' performance. The problem investigated for this research study was communication disparity as evidenced by how teachers interpret and react to principal's feedback, teachers' perceived…

  14. Measuring the Relationship between Parent, Teacher, and Student Problem Behavior Reports and Academic Achievement: Implications for School Counselors

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    Johnson, Kaprea; Hannon, Michael D.

    2014-01-01

    This study investigates the relationship between academic achievement and reports of student problem behavior from teachers, parents, and child self-reports. Participants included 108 teachers, 113 parents/caregivers, and 129 students from an urban school in the Northeast region of the United States. Results suggest parent and child reports were…

  15. Improving Counselor Effectiveness: Consulting with Style.

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    Pelsma, Dennis M.

    1987-01-01

    Discusses the personal styles model of Moore and Richter, which attempts to identify an individual's particular pattern and response in an educational environment. Suggests ways the model can help counselors to encourage teacher effectiveness and improve their overall effectiveness in consultation with teachers and parents. (Author/ABB)

  16. Morale of Teachers of the Visually Handicapped: Implications for Administrators.

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    Bina, Michael J.

    1982-01-01

    The Purdue Teacher Opinionaire was used to determine the morale of 238 teachers of the visually handicapped (VH). No significant differences in total scores were found when compared to the morale of regular education teachers, although some significant differences were found in subfactor scores. (Author)

  17. The Influence of School Administrators on Teacher Retention Decisions

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    Boyd, Donald; Grossman, Pam; Ing, Marsha; Lankford, Hamilton; Loeb, Susanna; Wyckoff, James

    2011-01-01

    This article explores the relationship between school contextual factors and teacher retention decisions in New York City. The methodological approach separates the effects of teacher characteristics from school characteristics by modeling the relationship between the assessments of school contextual factors by one set of teachers and the turnover…

  18. The Wisconsin Alternative School Counselor Preparation Program: An Evaluation.

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    Erpenbach, William J.; Perrone, Philip A.

    A long-standing debate within the school counseling profession concerns requiring previous teaching experience as a prerequisite to certification for school counselors. Advocates of the teaching requirement argue that it is necessary for counselors to understand and empathize with classroom teachers. Opponents, although they agree with a need for…

  19. School Counselors and Full Inclusion for Children with Special Needs.

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    Tarver-Behring, Shari; Spagna, Michael E.; Sullivan, James

    1998-01-01

    Counselors must become active participants in the practice of full inclusion of children with disabilities into classrooms with nondisabled youngsters. Full inclusion is distinguished from mainstreaming; successful models are reviewed. Topics of collaboration and consultation among counselors and teachers, building social adjustment, and…

  20. Attitudes Toward Women: A Comparison Study of Counselor Trainees

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    Beach, Dore; Kimmel, Ellen

    1976-01-01

    Counselor trainees' attitudes (N=104) toward women were measured and compared with students, teachers, professors, and business persons, using the Attitudes Toward Women Scale (AWS). Counselor trainees' attitudes were: (1) no more liberal than other groups; (2) unrelated to hours completed in the guidance program; and (3) more liberal among female…

  1. An Exploratory Study in School Counselor Consultation Engagement

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    Perera-Diltz, Dilani M.; Moe, Jeffry L.; Mason, Kimberly L.

    2011-01-01

    Consultation, an indirect school counselor service, is provided by 79% (n = 998) school counselor currently. Most frequently consultation occurs with teachers, parents, and principals. MANOVA and post hoc analysis indicate differences in consultation practices across academic levels. Choosing a consultation model based on the type of service…

  2. Countdown to the First Day of School: A K-12 Get Ready Checklist for Beginning Teachers, Teacher Transfers, Student/Preservice Teachers, Mentors and School Administrators, Teacher Educators. New Revised Edition. NEA Checklist Series.

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    Schell, Leo M.; Burden, Paul R.

    This checklist is intended for beginning teachers, transfer teachers, school administrators, mentors, teacher educators, and student teachers. Seven sections focus on "Getting Acquainted" (instructional resources; community facilities and resources; the school district; school rules, procedures, and policies; school personnel, services, and…

  3. Evaluation of Teachers. Manual for Administrative and Supervisory Personnel.

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    Baltimore County Public Schools, Towson, MD.

    This manual is a collection of procedures and forms for use in the appraisal process for teachers in the Baltimore County Public Schools, Maryland. The appraisal process and who is responsible for it is listed in chart form. Next follows procedures for evaluation of teachers including definitions of professional, human relations, and management…

  4. Differential Perceptions of Bullying in the Schools: A Comparison of Student, Parent, Teacher, School Counselor, and Principal Reports

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    Newgent, Rebecca A.; Lounsbery, Karyl L.; Keller, Elizabeth A.; Baker, Crystal R.; Cavell, Timothy A.; Boughfman, Erica M.

    2009-01-01

    Differential perceptions among students, parents, and school personnel in relation to peer victimization were examined. Data were collected at three time points. Students reported lower overall levels of peer victimization at Time 1 than did parents and lower levels of verbal victimization than did teachers. Students reported victimization…

  5. The Relationship between Teacher Perceptions of Administrative Support and Teacher Retention

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    Peronto, Janice L.

    2013-01-01

    A continued loss of teachers from the already limited supply of those entering the field is likely to create a teacher shortage as student populations continue to rise. Because the supply of teachers does not meet the demand, it is necessary to consider the reasons that teachers leave the profession. The problem addressed in this research study…

  6. Evaluation Capacity Building in the Schools: Administrator-Led and Teacher-Led Perspectives

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    Lawrenz, Frances; Thomas, Kelli; Huffman, Douglas; Clarkson, Lesa Covington

    2008-01-01

    The purpose of this article is to describe evaluation capacity building using an immersion approach in two schools: one with an administrator-led process and one with a teacher-led process. The descriptions delineate conceptual, developmental, and sustainability aspects of capacity building through the perspectives of the teachers, principals, and…

  7. Leadership Qualities Found in Administrators Performing Simultaneous Duties Identified by Teacher Experiences

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    Berry, Bennie S.

    2014-01-01

    The purpose of this basic qualitative research study was to explore the experiences of teachers in small rural school districts with an administrator that served as superintendent and principal simultaneously and reflect on what they identified as leadership qualities and characteristics. The participants were all teachers who worked in School…

  8. Shifting Practices in Teacher Performance Evaluation: A Qualitative Examination of Administrator Change Readiness

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    Spina, Nancy; Buckley, Phillip; Puchner, Laurel

    2014-01-01

    This study examines the perceptions, attitudes and beliefs of administrators and teachers in a Southwestern Illinois School District regarding the recent reforms in teacher performance evaluation. This study uses a qualitative approach and provides data from individual and focus group interviews to determine the extent to which the district is…

  9. Applying School Administrators' Authentic Leadership Skills in Conflict Situations: The Perceptions of Substitute Teachers

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    Demirdag, Seyithan; Kalafat, Sezai

    2016-01-01

    This study mainly aimed to determine the relationships between conflict management strategies and authentic leadership attitudes of primary school administrators based on the perception of substitute teachers, who were in pedagogical proficiency classes at a university. This quantitative study included 456 substitute teachers. Two instruments were…

  10. THE NATURE AND DYNAMICS OF TEACHER ORGANIZATION-SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION NEGOTIATING ACTIVITIES AND THEIR IMPACT ON SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION.

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    WILDMAN, WESLEY A.

    SEVENTY PERCENT RESPONSE TO A SURVEY OF THE NATION'S 6,000 LARGEST SCHOOL SYSTEMS (1963-64 ENROLLMENT OF 1,200 OR MORE) INDICATED THAT 45 PERCENT OF THE DISTRICTS ACKNOWLEDGED A FORMAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TEACHER ORGANIZATION AND SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION, WITH GUIDELINES ESTABLISHED FOR NEGOTIATIONS REGARDING SALARIES AND WORKING CONDITIONS. BOTH…

  11. Counselor Self-Disclosure.

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    Anderson, Wayne; Andersen, Blake

    The act of counselor self-disclosure has been regarded favorably by humanistic practitioners, while psychoanalytic figures have generally regarded the sharing of this type of information negatively. Counselor self-disclosure may be a useful means of eliciting reciprocal disclosure by the client or communicating that the counselor is willing to…

  12. Counselor Education for Corrections.

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    Parsigian, Linda

    Counselor education programs most often prepare their graduates to work in either a school setting, anywhere from the elementary level through higher education, or a community agency. There is little indication that counselor education programs have seriously undertaken the task of training counselors to enter the correctional field. If…

  13. Curriculum in Counselor Education.

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    Dinkmeyer, Don

    1989-01-01

    States that counselor education programs should provide more opportunities for demonstration and observation. Suggests that counselor educators and counselors-in-training meet in multiple-counseling sessions with clients and that curriculum include comprehensive theory courses and opportunities to have in-depth training in a specific counseling…

  14. Professional Parity Between Co-Teachers in Secondary Science and Math As Influenced By Administrative Support

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    Nordh, Camilla S.

    2011-12-01

    School improvement plans, budget constraints, and compliance mandates targeting academic progress for all students indicate a need for maximal professional efficacy at every level in the educational system, including parity between co-teachers in the co-teaching service delivery model. However, research shows that the special education co-teacher frequently assumes an assistive role while the general education co-teacher adopts a leading role in the classroom. When the participants in a co-teaching partnership fail to equitably share the professional responsibilities for which both teachers are qualified to perform, overall efficacy is compromised in that the special education teacher is not exercising his or her qualified expertise. Administrative support can be a primary influencing factor in increasing parity between the co-teachers. A qualitative study using a phenomenological design was conducted to explore the influences of co-teacher attitudes and administrative support on professional parity in co-taught secondary science and math classrooms. Content analysis was used to interpret data from interviews with five special education and 15 general education co-teachers at eight secondary schools in a suburban school district in a mid-Atlantic state. Five themes emerged from the data: content mastery by the special education co-teacher, joint planning time for co-teachers, continuity within co-teaching dyads, compatible personalities between co-teachers, and clear administrative expectations about co-teaching. Results indicate that administrative support to consider the content mastery of the special education co-teacher is the most influential factor to parity, followed by the co-teaching partners having joint planning time and that both can be implemented through scheduling and assignment considerations rather than training initiatives. The results provide an examination of each theme as it pertains to the issue of professional efficacy in co-teaching and

  15. Relationship between School Administrators' Organizational Power Sources and Teachers' Organizational Citizenship Behaviors

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    Altinkurt, Yahya; Yilmaz, Kursad

    2012-01-01

    The main purpose of the research was to determine correlation between school administrators' organizational power sources and teachers' organizational citizenship behaviors in primary schools. The research was a correlational survey model study. 275 participants were randomly chosen for the research. The data were collected by "Administrators'…

  16. Career and Technical Education Administrators' Perceptions of Secondary Teachers' Attire as Indicated by Selected Professional Attributes

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    Gordon, Howard R. D.

    2010-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to assess the perceptions of career and technical education (CTE) administrators toward secondary teachers' attire as indicated by 10 occupational attributes. The population consisted of CTE administrators employed by West Virginia Department of Education during 2006-2007 academic school year. The top three attributes…

  17. Examining Administrators' Instructional Feedback to High School Math and Science Teachers

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    Lochmiller, Chad R.

    2016-01-01

    Purpose: The purpose of this study was to explore high school administrators' instructional leadership in math and science. Specifically, the study explored the feedback administrators provided to math and science teachers as part of their instructional supervision. A central goal for this study was to determine how differences in these content…

  18. Leadership-Skilled Women Teachers Who Choose the Classroom over Administration: Career Choice or Career Constraint?

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    Wynn, Susan R.

    2005-01-01

    Some indicators point to a potential shortage of school administrators. The principalship has grown more complex due to increased accountability and escalating social complexities. This qualitative study sought to understand why leadership-skilled women teachers choose to remain in the classroom rather than seek administrative positions. Despite…

  19. Implementation Issues of a Standards-Based Teacher Evaluation System: Perceptions of Campus Administrators

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    Nixon, Lisa

    2013-01-01

    The purpose of this mixed methods study was to determine the key implementation issues of a standards-based teacher evaluation system as perceived by campus administrators. The 80 campus administrators that participated in this study were from six public school districts located in southeastern Texas that serve students in grades Kindergarten…

  20. An Accountability Model for Counselors

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    Krumboltz, John D.

    1974-01-01

    A sound counselor accountability system would collate counselor accomplishments with costs. It would define the domain of counselor responsibilities, use student behavior changes as evidence of counselor accomplishments, state counselor activities as costs, promote self-improvement, permit reports of failures and unknown outcomes, be designed by…

  1. From Teacher to Administrator: What Does It Take?

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    Borba, Mary F.

    2009-01-01

    As a coordinator of a teacher preparation program, students often stop by this author's office to inquire about the school's program. Some of them are interested in becoming elementary school principals. However, they have not yet realized the importance of "earning your stripes" before moving into a leadership position. Many of them assume that…

  2. Georgia Folklife: A Bibliography for Teachers, Art Administrators, and Fieldworkers.

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    Holtzberg, Maggie

    This bibliography lists books, articles, and journals as well as a selection of sound recordings and videotapes to assist individuals and teachers researching the folklife of Georgia. Print resources are organized under 10 major categories including: (1) "General Folklife Studies"; (2) "Fieldwork Methodology"; (3) "Regional Folklife Studies"; (4)…

  3. Interactive Education in Public Administration (2): Strategies for Teachers

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    Brock, Jonathan; Alford, John

    2015-01-01

    The previous article ("Interactive education in public administration (1): The role of teaching 'objects'") described the benefits of "moving from behind the lectern" to engage in interactive teaching in public policy and administration, and the central role of "objects" in that process. But teaching…

  4. Great Expectations for Middle School Counselors

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    Wright, Robert J.

    2012-01-01

    During the Great Recession, 2008 to 2010, school systems scrambled to balance budgets, and the ratio of counselors to students became even larger. To make matters worse, the Great Recession had a major impact on cuts in educational funding. Budget cutbacks tend to occur where the public will be least likely to notice. The loss of teachers and the…

  5. Cyberbullying: What Counselors Need to Know

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    Bauman, Sheri

    2011-01-01

    This informative book offers complete, up-to-date coverage of the growing problem of cyberbullying. Written for counselors, teachers, school leaders, and other professionals who work with children and teens, "Cyberbullying" addresses the real-life dangers students face on the Internet, including offensive, confrontational, and harassing messages;…

  6. Counselor Personality Needs as a Determinant of Functional Specialty Preference

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    Randolph, Daniel Lee

    1973-01-01

    This study investigated whether personality needs discriminate between counselor trainees who prefer the administrator specialty and those who prefer the practitioner functional specialty. The results suggest that the Personality Research Form (PRF) may have value as a tool in the selection of counselors. (Author)

  7. National Society of Genetic Counselors

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    ... us: About NSGC About NSGC Join NSGC About Genetic Counselors NSGC in the News NSGC Leadership In ... Opportunities AEC Sponsors Healthcare Providers How can a genetic counselor help my practice? Genetic counselors can help ...

  8. Roles of genetic counselors in South Africa.

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    Kromberg, Jennifer G R; Wessels, Tina-Marié; Krause, Amanda

    2013-12-01

    Genetic counseling is a growing health profession in South Africa. Training (set up in 1988) and registration are in place, but job creation remains challenging. The aim of the present study was to investigate the roles played by genetic counselors in the provision of genetic services, in South Africa. A questionnaire comprising items on the types of roles they performed was constructed and counselors were asked to make the log-books, in which they recorded their daily counseling activities, available. A check list was drawn up so that relevant information could be collected systematically from these log-books. Then departmental statistics were accessed from the two universities providing genetic services and genetic counselor training. Structured interviews were conducted with the genetic counselors (16 of 23 participated), and data were collected from their completed questionnaires, log-books and the departmental statistics, for the years 2007 and 2008. These data were analyzed and the findings showed that the counselors counseled about one third (39 %) of all the cases seen at genetic clinics per annum, and the total numbers were increasing. They counseled for 57 different genetic disorders, and their clients represented the range of local ethnic groups. They also had educational, research, marketing and administrative roles. They expected to expand these roles and advance the profession in future. Genetic counselors are versatile, playing several significant roles. As these become better recognized, demand for their services should increase, jobs should be created and the service expanded. PMID:23723047

  9. Requirements for Certification of Teachers, Counselors, Librarians, Administrators for Elementary and Secondary Schools. Seventy-Fifth Edition, 2010-2011

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    Kaye, Elizabeth A., Ed.; Makos, Jeffrey J., Ed.

    2010-01-01

    This annual volume offers the most complete and current listings of the requirements for certification of a wide range of educational professionals at the elementary and secondary levels. "Requirements for Certification" is a valuable resource, making much-needed knowledge available in one straightforward volume. Appended are: (1) How to Contact…

  10. Tech Prep Articulation from Alabama's Public Schools to Alabama's Two-Year Colleges: Perceptions of Administrators, Counselors, and Technical Teachers

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    Cain, H. Jason

    2013-01-01

    Although dual enrollment and other programs that allow high school students to earn college credit are viable and beneficial, articulation is not being extensively utilized. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to examine the articulation policy and its implementation between Alabama's high schools and two-year colleges. It was expected that…

  11. Management Guide to a Competency-Based Adult Education Program for Administrators, Counselors, Teachers. 1984-1985.

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    Brevard Community Coll., Cocoa, FL.

    A 310 Special Demonstration Project was conducted in Florida to create a model of competency-based adult education (CBAE) based on the programs currently in existence. This manual, which was produced through the project, presents an overview of CBAE and explains in detail how to operate a CBAE program. The manual is organized in 11 sections. The…

  12. Requirements for Certification of Teachers, Counselors, Librarians, Administrators for Elementary and Secondary Schools. Seventy-Sixth Edition, 2011-2012

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    Kaye, Elizabeth A., Ed.

    2011-01-01

    This annual volume offers the most complete and current listings of the requirements for certification of a wide range of educational professionals at the elementary and secondary levels. "Requirements for Certification" is a valuable resource, making much-needed knowledge available in one straightforward volume. [For "Requirements for…

  13. Requirements for Certification of Teachers, Counselors, Librarians, Administrators for Elementary and Secondary Schools. Seventy-Seventh Edition, 2012-2013

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    Kaye, Elizabeth A., Ed.

    2012-01-01

    This annual volume offers the most complete and current listings of the requirements for certification of a wide range of educational professionals at the elementary and secondary levels. "Requirements for Certification" is a valuable resource, making much-needed knowledge available in one straightforward volume. [For "Requirements for…

  14. Counselor Function in Secondary Schools

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    Maser, Arthur L.

    1971-01-01

    Results of the study indicate that stated disagreements in perceptions of counselor function appear to arise from the necessity of counselors performing duties outside the counseling paradigm. (Author)

  15. Business Department Chairperson: An Administrator or a Teacher?

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    O'Neil, Bryan L.

    The responsibilities of the business department chairperson at Castleton State College were assessed. A literature review included the area of organizational structures of academic institutions, and key faculty members and administrators at the college were interviewed to identify the key issues and problems of organizational structures and job…

  16. Developing Great Administrators One Teacher at a Time

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    Nelson, Kristen

    2010-01-01

    Principal shortages have become a nationwide issue, with education publications frequently discussing the devastating problem of not having enough high-quality candidates apply for administrative positions. The conundrum begs the question: Where have all the instructional leaders gone? To meet the challenge of keeping high-quality principal…

  17. Counselor Intentionality: Implications for the Training of Beginning Counselors.

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    Miller, Mark J.

    1997-01-01

    How counselor intentions function within the process of counseling is explored. Counselor intentions are discussed within the framework of the cognitive mediational paradigm. Implications of the use of counselor intentions for the training of beginning counselors are also delineated. (Author/EMK)

  18. Ten Years Later: Teachers Reflect on "Perceptions of Beginning Teachers, Their Mentors, and Administrator regarding Preservice Music Teacher Preparation"

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    Conway, Colleen M.

    2012-01-01

    The purpose of this inquiry was to examine the current reflections of experienced teachers on their past perceptions of preservice music teacher preparation as documented in the author's previous research. Research questions included the following: (a) How would participants describe their reactions to a present-day examination of 1999 or 2000…

  19. A Comparison of Special Education Administrators' and Teachers' Knowledge and Application of Ethics and Professional Standards

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    Fiedler, Craig R.; Van Haren, Barbara

    2009-01-01

    The field of special education is wrought with ethical dilemmas. The Council for Exceptional Children has outlined its code of ethics and standards for professional practice for individuals working in the field of special education. The purpose of this study was to determine the extent to which special education administrators and teachers possess…

  20. Social Justice: The Missing Link in School Administrators' Perspectives on Teacher Induction

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    Pinto, Laura Elizabeth; Portelli, John P.; Rottmann, Cindy; Pashby, Karen; Barrett, Sarah Elizabeth; Mujuwamariya, Donatille

    2012-01-01

    Critical scholars view schooling as one piece of a larger struggle for democracy and social justice. We investigated 41 school administrators' perceptions about the role and importance of equity, diversity and social justice in new teacher induction in the province of Ontario. Interviews reveal that principals were interested in shaping teacher…

  1. PKU and the Schools: Information for Teachers, Administrators and Other School Personnel.

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    Health Services Administration (DHEW/PHS), Rockville, MD. Bureau of Community Health Services.

    Designed to acquaint teachers, administrators and other school personnel with phenylketonuria (PKU - an inborn error of metabolism which requires dietary intervention), the booklet reviews school problems related to the condition. Introductory information concerns the nature, treatment, and screening and diagnosis of PKU. Diet management is…

  2. Perceptions of Childhood Obesity among Rural Parents, Teachers, and School Administrators

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    Tripp, Paula J.; Choi, Jin Young

    2015-01-01

    The purposes of this exploratory qualitative research were to describe perceptions related to childhood obesity of rural parents, teachers, and school administrators and to examine how their perceptions shape their choices and behaviors for children's eating and physical exercise. The results showed that the perceptions of childhood obesity in the…

  3. Forming an Institutional Culture with Multinational Administrators and Teachers at Effat College, Saudi Arabia

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    Glowacki-Dudka, Michelle; Treff, Marjorie

    2011-01-01

    This article describes the teaching and learning culture of a newly established women's college in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The academic culture at Effat College in 2002 included administrators and teachers from many nations, which created unique challenges in cross-cultural communication. These challenges, in turn, affected the development and…

  4. Conventional School and Curriculum Is Not for Everyone: Guidelines for Middle School Administrators and Teachers.

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    Cunningham, Valerie G.; Karr-Kidwell, PJ

    This paper provides an extensive literature review on how society, families, and schools are entwined in a student's educational development and how these interactions influence the student's opinion of the value of education. It provides middle-school administrators and teachers a working guide for an educational environment that addresses the…

  5. Designing, Strengthening, & Assessing School Foreign Language Programs: A Guideline for Administrators and Teachers.

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    Indiana State Dept. of Public Instruction, Indianapolis. Div. of Curriculum.

    These guidelines by the Indiana Department of Public Instruction are intended to assist administrators and teachers in resolving five issues central to foreign language education. The subject matter of the booklet is arranged according to these five issues as follows: (1) a discussion of who should study foreign lagnauges, and advice for…

  6. Pre-Service, Professional Development, and Collaborative Practices Regarding Paraprofessionals, Special Education Teachers, and Administrators

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    Beddow-Beste, Jolaine

    2012-01-01

    Administrators, teachers, and paraprofessionals play an important role in successful outcomes for students with special needs. Post-secondary training does not guarantee that emphasis is put on how each professional entity maintains the ability to collaborate with one another, and how to determine what continued training is pertinent for each of…

  7. The Lived Experience of Teachers and Administrators in Persistently Low Achieving Schools

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    Bickenheuser, Charles William

    2013-01-01

    In 2010 Washington State's persistently lowest performing public schools were identified and published by the superintendent of public instruction. However, no research has described the lived experiences of teachers and administrators who work in those schools. Guided by the combined frameworks of Van Manen and Moustakas, this qualitative study…

  8. Action Research as a Professional Development Tool for Teachers and Administrators

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    Campbell, Christine; Tovar, Deanna

    2006-01-01

    Many teachers and administrators would acknowledge there are areas of concern in their classrooms and schools. Whether termed "problems," "issues," "challenges," or, as Nunan (1994) put it "puzzles," they provide committed professionals with an opportunity to improve the status quo. Action research is one…

  9. Attitudes towards Knowledge Management of School Administrators and Teachers Working in Turkish Schools

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    Dogan, Soner; Yigit, Yakup

    2014-01-01

    The aim of this study is to investigate attitudes of school administrators and teachers working in Turkish schools towards knowledge management. In this research, an explanatory design incorporating quantitative and qualitative methods was used. The quantitative strand of the study was designed as a survey model, and the data was collected from…

  10. Education for a Sustainable Future: A Resource for Curriculum Developers, Teachers, and Administrators.

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    Manitoba Dept. of Education and Training, Winnipeg. School Programs Div.

    This document, on social, environmental, and economic sustainability, is a resource for teachers, administrators, and curriculum developers. The increasing human population on the earth directs attention to sustainability, which was not a problem until the industrial revolution. This book uses an interdisciplinary approach and provides assistance…

  11. The Prediction Power of Servant and Ethical Leadership Behaviours of Administrators on Teachers' Job Satisfaction

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    Güngör, Semra Kiranli

    2016-01-01

    The purpose of this study is to identify servant leadership and ethical leadership behaviors of administrators and the prediction power of these behaviors on teachers' job satisfaction according to the views of schoolteachers. This research, figured in accordance with the quantitative research processes. The target population of the research has…

  12. Women's Studies for Teachers and Administrators: A Packet of Inservice Education Materials.

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    Froschl, Merle, Ed.; And Others

    This packet of materials is designed for elementary and secondary teachers and administrators who are engaged in inservice education and interested in the movement to eliminate sexism in schools. Two major purposes of the packet are to help a school district start an inservice course on sexism in education and to show the potential of such a…

  13. Sexual Harassment in American Secondary Schools: A Legal Guide for Administrators, Teachers and Students.

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    Layman, Nancy S.

    The purpose of this book is to familiarize middle and high school administrators, teachers, and students with the laws concerning sexual harassment and strategies for dealing with it. The book can also help educators avoid liability for sexual harassment. Part 1 defines sexual harassment and emphasizes that men and women may perceive the same…

  14. Talking with Teachers, Administrators, and Parents: Preferences for Visual Displays of Education Data

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    Alverson, Charlotte Y.; Yamamoto, Scott H.

    2014-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to learn from educational stakeholders what characteristics they like and dislike when viewing graphs of post-school outcomes data. We conducted six, 1-hour focus groups with teachers, administrators, and parents in which we distributed four stimuli graphs--horizontal grouped bars, horizontal stacked bars, vertical…

  15. The Pine Bush Central Gifted and Talented Program (Handbook). (A Guide for Parents, Teachers, Administrators).

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    Watkins, Yvonne E.

    Intended for parents of gifted and talented children as well as for teachers and administrators, the handbook provides an overview of gifted education while describing one district's program model. The district's philosophy, goals and objectives, and definition of giftedness are set forth, followed by a list of learning and behavioral…

  16. Needs Assessment Models for Administrators and Supervisors of the Teacher Evaluation Process.

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    Garland, Virginia E.

    This report presents three needs assessment survey models that are designed to improve the process of teacher evaluation. The surveys, which were field tested in a large urban school district, address ways administrators can qualitatively differentiate between "good" and "excellent" teaching, or "poor" and "unsatisfactory" teaching, and be able to…

  17. Examining Professional Development at the Organizational Level through the Lens of Teachers and Administrators

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    Kelsey, Lori

    2010-01-01

    The purpose of this evaluative case study was to explore teachers' and administrators' perceptions of the organizational capacity during an initial implementation of a systemic change in professional development at a K-8 school. Educational reform acts such as the No Child Left Behind Act of 2002 pressure public school systems to increase student…

  18. From Fistfights to Gunfights: Preparing Teachers and Administrators To Cope with Violence in School.

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    Hughes, H. Woodrow

    Issues facing educators today include drug traffic and abuse, crime and delinquency, gangs, weapons, violence, vandalism, schoolyard bullying, and crisis management. Teachers and administrators require special skills to cope with potentially explosive situations and violent students, yet training in those skills is not being received in university…

  19. A Practical Guide to Accelerating Student Achievement across Cultures: Strategies for Administrators, Teachers, Students, and Parents

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    Maryland State Department of Education, 2008

    2008-01-01

    This document was developed to provide action steps that can be taken by teachers, parents, administrators, and students themselves to develop the personal, cognitive, and social dimensions of students. These advocates are identified in "The Holistic Learner Framework: A Culturally Responsive Approach to Accelerating the Achievement of Low…

  20. Theater as Representation (TAR) in the Teaching of Teacher and Administrator Preparation Programs

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    Meyer, Matthew J.

    2004-01-01

    Theater as representation (TAR) has been used in pre-service and in-service teacher and administrator preparation programs since 1998. This paper places TAR within a pedagogical arena that further solidifies its place as an instrument for leadership professional development in B.Ed., M.Ed., and in-service programs. Maxine Greene (1995) challenges…

  1. Correlation between Transformational Leadership Practices of Teachers and Administrators of a Large Suburban Newly Established High School

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    Garity, Thomas C.

    2011-01-01

    The purpose of the research study was to determine the correlation between transformational leadership practices of teachers and administrators of a large suburban newly established high school. Twenty-one certified teachers and two certified administrators completed Kouzes and Posner's Leadership Practices Inventory self-rating scale to rate…

  2. An Analysis of Teacher and School Administrator Technology Beliefs and Skills as They Enter into a High Achieving Schools Program

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    Hildebrand, Shelly Marie

    2009-01-01

    Teachers and administrators possess varied technology abilities and beliefs. In a study by Williams, Atkinson, Cate, and O'Hair (2008), technology integration and learning community development were positively related. As the teachers and administrators engaged in learning community development and technology integration substantive school…

  3. The Role of the Rural School Counselor: Counselor, Counselor-in-Training, and Principal Perceptions

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    Monteiro-Leitner, Julieta; Asner-Self, Kimberly K.; Milde, Cheryl; Leitner, Dennis W.; Skelton, Doris

    2006-01-01

    The American School Counselor Association developed a comprehensive set of school counseling guidelines to enhance the school counselor's role within schools in the United States. This study looks at counselors' and principals' perceptions of the school counselor's role in a Midwestern, regional rural educational environment. Results suggest that…

  4. Emotional Abuse in the Classroom: Implications and Interventions for Counselors

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    McEachern, Adriana G.; Aluede, Oyaziwo; Kenny, Maureen C.

    2008-01-01

    Emotional abuse of students by teachers is a topic infrequently discussed in the child abuse literature. In some classrooms, it can be a daily occurrence. This article defines emotional abuse and discusses the types of classroom behaviors teachers may demonstrate that are emotionally abusive to students. The role of school-based counselors in the…

  5. Attitudes about Second-Career Teachers: An Exploratory Q Study of School Administrators and Classroom Teachers

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    Coladonato, Joseph A.

    2013-01-01

    Although considerable attention has been directed at understanding second-career teachers (SCTs), few studies appear in the literature that have reported on opinions and viewpoints about SCTs. This study is an in-depth examination that explores the attitudes held about SCTs. The focus of this study is to apply an innovative methodology in…

  6. The School Counselor's Role in Addressing the Advanced Placement Equity and Excellence Gap for African-American Students

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    Davis, Pamela; Davis, Michael P.; Mobley, Jerry A.

    2014-01-01

    This study describes the collaboration among a school counselor, a school counselor intern, an Advanced Placement Psychology teacher, and a counselor educator to improve African-American access to Advanced Placement (AP) coursework and increase success on the AP Psychology national examination. The team initiated a process that recruited African…

  7. The Challenge of Managing Roles: Understanding the Needs of Novice Special Education Teachers. Induction Insights. Supporting Special Education Teachers - Administrators [AII-02

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    National Center to Inform Policy and Practice in Special Education Professional Development, 2010

    2010-01-01

    The learning curve is high for novice special education teachers. They must assume full teaching responsibilities, while at the same time become familiar with district and school policies, curriculum, and assessment policies and procedures. They are expected to build relationships with administrators, teachers, paraprofessionals, families, and…

  8. Courage to Teach: An 18-Month Personal & Professional Renewal Program for Elementary & Middle School Teachers, Spring-Summer 2005

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    Wellesley Centers for Women, 2005

    2005-01-01

    The document provides information about Courage to Teach (CTT) quarterly retreats for the personal and professional renewal of teachers, administrators, and counselors in the public schools. CTT retreats focus on renewing the inner lives of professionals in education. Information on what to expect, eligibility, schedule, venue, costs, and…

  9. Getting Everybody Involved: A Collaborative Training Approach for Counselors and Educators

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    Sullivan, Jeremy R.; Hsieh, Peggy P. H.; Guerra, Norma S.; Lumadue, Christine A.; Lebron-Striker, Maritza

    2007-01-01

    This paper describes a creative approach for training counselor and counselor educators that provides collaborative interactions among students and faculty in several university training programs. Structured around a problem-solving activity and self-reflection questionnaires, undergraduate teachers-in-training were given an opportunity to receive…

  10. A Qualitative Study of Educator and Counselor Interdisciplinary Collaboration Regarding Adolescent Substance Abusers' Academic Attainment

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    Henegar, LaTrica Y.

    2013-01-01

    This descriptive qualitative study explored the lived perceptions and views of middle school teachers, school counselors, and Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs) within central Alabama's middle school system. The problem explored is adolescent substance abuse students whose academic attainment may be affected by their drug abuse.…

  11. Counselor Preferences of Clients Entering a Counselor-Training Clinic.

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    Strohmer, Douglas C.; Leiere, Stephen J.; Hotard, Jacqueline M.; Stuckey, Rebecca I.

    2003-01-01

    Examines the expressed counselor preferences of individuals entering a community-based counselor-training clinic. Clients were asked whether they had a preference regarding counselor age, disability status, education, gender, and race. Of these characteristics, only for gender did even a moderate number of clients (30%) express a preference.…

  12. Impressions of Counselors as a Function of Counselor Physical Attractiveness

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    Carter, Jean A.

    1978-01-01

    Research assessed the effects of counselor physical attractiveness and inter-actions between attractiveness and counselor subject sex. It is suggested that sex of counselor and client may play a more important role independently and in conjunction with attractiveness than does attractiveness alone in influencing impressions and expectations.…

  13. Pet Loss: Implications for Counselors.

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    Sharkin, Bruce S.; Bahrick, Audrey S.

    1990-01-01

    Attempts to increase awareness of counselors about topic of pet loss. Discusses how counselors can be actively involved through practice, consultation, and research to help people deal with emotional impact of pet loss. (Author/NB)

  14. School Administrator Assessment of the Personality Traits of General Education Teachers for Suitability to Teach a Student with Asperger's Syndrome

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    Bernard, Arthur Ellis

    2011-01-01

    Most students with Asperger's syndrome are taught in general education classes by teachers who do not have special education training and it is the usually the administrator's responsibility to determine which general education teacher will teach a child with Asperger's syndrome. It is likely that most such decisions rely heavily on the…

  15. Administrative Decision-Making in a Time of Resource Decline: The Case of California's Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment Program

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    Reimann, Jason Daniel

    2011-01-01

    This dissertation is a qualitative study on the decision-making of administrators within California's Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment (BTSA) teacher induction program. The study focuses on examining how declining resources act as a pressure, how well-established research on cutback management predict the behaviors of the BTSA…

  16. Attitudes of School Administrators and Teachers towards the "Smoke-Free Air Zone" Policy in Turkish Schools

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    Banoglu, Köksal

    2013-01-01

    Objective: Schools are likely to be better able to achieve compliance with smoke-free regulations if principals and teachers perceive the importance of a smoke-free policy. The purpose of this study was to measure teacher and administrator attitudes towards the smoke-free policy in Turkish schools, which promotes a total smoking ban. Method: The…

  17. The Influence of Classroom Management, Administrative Support, Parental Involvement, and Economic Factors on the Retention of Novice Teachers

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    Dwyer, Katrina Moody

    2013-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of selected factors upon the intent of novice teachers to remain in the classroom. Teachers are leaving the profession in numbers that have prompted significant concern among policymakers and administrators. Many qualified college students are not considering the field of education as a potential…

  18. Differential Perception of Counselor Behavior

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    LaCrosse, Michael B.; Barak, Azy

    1976-01-01

    This study investigated questions raised by previous research by Barak and LaCrosse regarding perceptions of counselor behavior. Different groups of subjects viewed interviews and rated them on 36 bipolar items (Counselor Rating Form). Results indicated that the perceived dimensions were reliable as measured by the Counselor Rating Form. (Author)

  19. Burnout Workshops for Alcoholism Counselors.

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    Sarata, B. P. V.

    1983-01-01

    Presents a general model for burnout workshops for alcoholism counselors, designed to involve counselors in a sequence of activities for coping adaptively. Data concerning the level and symptoms of burnout among counselors are provided. Suggestions for planning and leading a workshop are discussed. (JAC)

  20. Reflections on Counselors' Organizational Dilemma.

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    Pistole, M. Carole

    1994-01-01

    Focuses on dilemma of how counselors' organizational groups sometimes function contradictory to professional knowledge and ideals. Explores group theory, expectations of counselors, and coping strategies to articulate how counselors may better understand and manage in an uncomfortable and distressful work group. Includes 37 references. (Author/CRR)

  1. Teacher Pension Incentives and Labor Market Behavior: Evidence from Missouri Administrative Teacher Data. Conference Paper 2009-11

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    Ni, Shawn; Podgursky, Michael; Ehlert, Mark

    2009-01-01

    Policy discussions about teacher quality and teacher "shortages" often focus on recruitment and retention of young teachers. However, attention has begun to focus on the incentive effects of teacher retirement benefit systems, particularly given their rising costs and the large unfunded liabilities. In this paper we analyze accrual of pension…

  2. Counselors as Clients.

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    Journal of Counseling and Development, 1988

    1988-01-01

    Contains four personal accounts of counselors' experiences as clients: (1) "The Heart of the Matter" (Paul Crowley); (2) "Empathic Intervention in Self-Psychology" (Jon Maaske); (3) "Moving toward a New Perspective on Depression and Myself" (John Rebillot); and (4) "My Journey from Despair to Hope" (Lawrence Rossiter). (NB)

  3. Homonegativity among Alabama Counselors

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    Satcher, Jamie; Leggett, Mark

    2006-01-01

    Members of the Alabama Counseling Association were surveyed to examine the extent to which they demonstrate homonegativity (prejudicial attitudes toward homosexuality). The majority of the counselors did not appear to approach homosexuality from traditional prejudices, although almost one-third believed homosexuality to be immoral. The counselors…

  4. Wellness and Counselor Education

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    Yager, Geoffrey G.; Tovar-Blank, Zoila G.

    2007-01-01

    Given the emotional nature of the counseling profession, stress, fatigue, and burnout are constant threats. Although such difficulties cannot be eliminated, counseling training can ensure that future counselors are ready to deal more effectively with such issues. The authors present 10 suggestions for promoting student wellness during counselor…

  5. Balancing the Load: How to Engage Counselors in School Improvement

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    Mallory, Barbara J.; Jackson, Mary H.

    2007-01-01

    Principals cannot lead the school improvement process alone. They must enlist the help of others in the school community. School counselors, whose role is often viewed as peripheral and isolated from teaching and learning, can help principals, teachers, students, and parents balance the duties and responsibilities involved in continuous student…

  6. Say the Word Islam: School Counselors and Muslim Children

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    Saleem, Daa'iyah; Rasheed, Sakinah

    2010-01-01

    Two Muslim women who hold Ph.D.'s, a clinical and developmental psychologist and a teacher educator speak personally and professionally about important information school counselors need to know about Islam and providing services to Muslim children. First, the authors draw from personal experiences in parenting Muslim children who have come of age…

  7. Succees with Challenging Students. Practical Skill for Counselors.

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    Kottler, Jeffrey A.

    In traditional educational training, school personnel have not been prepared to deal with the challenging problems that they must too often face: gangs, violence, sexual abuse, addictions, and other problems. Step-by-step instructions for dealing with such challenges are offered in this text. Designed for school counselors and teachers who use…

  8. 24 CFR 206.306 - Removal from the HECM Counselor Roster.

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    2011-04-01

    ... § 206.308; (2) Failure to respond within a reasonable time to HUD inquiries or requests for... to be so serious as to justify an administrative sanction. (c) Automatic removal from HECM Counselor... HECM counselor will have 30 days from the date of receipt of the notice (or such time as described...

  9. Measuring Professional Identity Development among Counselor Trainees

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    Prosek, Elizabeth A.; Hurt, Kara M.

    2014-01-01

    This study examined the differences in professional identity development between novice and advanced counselor trainees (N = 161). Multivariate analyses of variance indicated significant differences between groups. Specifically, advanced counselor trainees demonstrated greater professional development compared with novice counselor trainees. No…

  10. Client Preference for a Disabled Counselor.

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    Allen, Harry A., Jr.; Cohen, Marc S.

    1980-01-01

    Preference for an able-bodied v disabled counselor was rated across three problem areas by disabled and nondisabled volunteers. Data demonstrated that nondisabled persons preferred nondisabled counselors, and disabled persons preferred disabled counselors. (Author)

  11. Joining the Conversation about Educating Our Poorest Children: Emerging Leadership Roles for School Counselors in High-Poverty Schools

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    Amatea, Ellen S.; West-Olatunji, Cirecie A.

    2007-01-01

    School counselors bring special skills to the effort of educating low-income children. A review of literature on poverty and social class as correlates of student success, teacher expectations, and parent involvement provides a rationale for school counselors expanding their leadership roles in high-poverty schools by (a) serving as cultural…

  12. Parental Involvement in Children's Education: Considerations for School Counselors Working with Latino Immigrant Families

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    Gonzalez, Laura M.; Borders, L. DiAnne; Hines, Erik M.; Villalba, Jose A.; Henderson, Alia

    2013-01-01

    The Hoover-Dempsey et al. (2005) model of parents' involvement in their children's schools has recently been applied to Latino immigrant families. This article reviews that literature and then describes culturally appropriate strategies for school counselors to work with this population, focusing on (a) teacher and counselor invitations…

  13. The Paths of the Counselor

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    Inglese, Sal

    1970-01-01

    Discusses counseling dialogue in religious context, but applicable universally. Successful encounter stresses reception, acceptance, listening, understanding, prudence. Focuses on importance of reflective, rather than directive counselor response. (CJ)

  14. How Administrators Can Help Novice Special Education Teachers Thrive: Induction Practices That Make a Difference. Induction Insights. Supporting Special Education Teachers-Administrators [AII-11

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    National Center to Inform Policy and Practice in Special Education Professional Development, 2010

    2010-01-01

    Increasingly, principals play an important role in new special education teacher induction. Although novice special education teachers benefit from the same types of support and induction that their general education colleagues receive, certain aspects of their experience require additional attention. This Brief summarizes what principals can…

  15. Counselors' and Counselor Educators' Practice of Mindfulness: A Qualitative Inquiry

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    Rothaupt, Jeanne W.; Morgan, Michael M.

    2007-01-01

    The Buddhist practice of mindfulness is being used more often both to help clients and to facilitate counselor effectiveness. A growing body of research supports these uses of mindfulness. Most authors also emphasize that those who teach mindfulness must also apply it themselves. However, little is known about how counselors and counselor…

  16. Christians' Anticipations about Counselors in Response to Counselor Descriptions.

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    Keating, Alan M.; Fretz, Bruce R.

    1990-01-01

    College students and adults completed religiosity scale, read counselor description (Christian, secular, spiritual-empathic secular), and completed measure of five negative anticipations of Christian clients toward counselors. Subjects with higher religiosity scores had more negative anticipations; strongest negative anticipations were about…

  17. The Relationship between Teacher Satisfaction and Frequency of Interaction with Site Administration

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    Schwartz, Adam G.

    2012-01-01

    The primary determinant of student achievement is the quality of the classroom teacher. Some teachers are naturally talented, but the majority of teachers become effective through classroom experience. Unfortunately, the teaching profession experiences a high rate of turnover; many teachers leave before reaching the peak of their effectiveness. If…

  18. The Effects of Counselor Disability Status and Reputation on Perceptions of Counselor Expertness, Attractiveness, and Trustworthiness.

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    Leierer, Stephen J.; Strohmer, Douglas C.; Kern, Adrienne M.; Clemons-Guidry, Denise B.; Roberts, Kelly J.; Curry, Karen E.

    1998-01-01

    Adults with disabilities (N=60) viewed videotapes portraying client-counselor reactions to examine the influence of counselor disability status and counselor reputation. A significant effect was found for counselor disability status. Counselors without a disability received higher ratings. There was no effect for reputation, and no interaction was…

  19. Degree of Implementation of the American School Counselor Association National Model and School Counselor Burnout

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    Steele, Katrina Marie

    2014-01-01

    School counselors have undergone a job description evolution over the past 100 years. Changes have been made in the education that is required to be a school counselor. The American School Counselor Association (ASCA) has developed a national model to define the role and job activities of school counselors. Most school counselors, counseling…

  20. Modeling Rehabilitation Counselor Clinical Judgment.

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    Strohmer, Douglas C.; Leierer, Stephen J.

    2000-01-01

    Evaluate three proposed models of the rehabilitation counselor judgment process. Counselors made multiple judgments about clients whose information systematically varied across three dimensions. These data were then analyzed using path analytic techniques to determine which of the models was the best description of the process rehabilitation…

  1. Counselor Hypothesis-Testing Strategies.

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    Strohmer, Douglas C.; Newman, Lisa J.

    1983-01-01

    Reports two experiments relevant to the questioning strategies counselors use in testing their hypotheses about clients. Results supported the idea that counselors are able to take a tentative hypothesis about a client and test its accuracy against additional independent, unbiased observations of the client. (LLL)

  2. Counselor Effectiveness Through Radio Communication.

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    Tentoni, Stuart C.

    This study determined the effectiveness of the use of radio as a means of providing immediate feedback on student counselors in a practicum setting. Using a non-equivalent group experimental design, 10 experimental subjects were compared to 10 control subjects with respect to counselor effectiveness. The experimental subjects were given immediate…

  3. Hiring Effective Secondary School Counselors

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    McGlothlin, Jason M.; Miller, Lynne Guillot

    2008-01-01

    Today's effective school counselors are integral in education reform, school leadership, and student achievement. It is typically the responsibility of building principals to hire effective school counselors. This article builds on previous literature and provides principals with questions to ask and information to gather that may be helpful in…

  4. Abortion, Birthright and the Counselor.

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    Fadale, Vincent E.; And Others

    This transcript is the result of panel presentation given on the implications of liberalized abortion laws for counselors. A new law which went into effect in July, 1970, in New York State presented women with the option of obtaining a legal abortion up to the 24th week of pregnancy. Counselors in New York State were, therefore, presented with new…

  5. A Measure of Counselor Competency

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    Eriksen, Karen; McAuliffe, Garrett

    2003-01-01

    Counselor educators need to be able to demonstrate their effectiveness in training new counselors; however, currently few valid or reliable measures exist for assessing educators' impact. The authors describe the development of such an instrument, the Counseling Skills Scale. They began by revising an existing scale and then they solicited…

  6. Multidimensional Perception of Counselor Behavior

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    Barak, Azy; LaCrosse, Michael B.

    1975-01-01

    Investigated Strong's prediction of the existence of three dimensions of perceived counselor behavior--expertness, attractiveness, and trustworthiness. Films of interviews given by Rogers, Ellis, and Perls were watched by 202 subjects, who rated each counselor on 36 bipolar scales. Results supported the existence of the hypothesized dimensions for…

  7. Technology and the School Counselor.

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    Coy, Doris Rhea; Minor, Carole W.

    School counselors have a whole network of information available to them in their work with students and parents. This paper lists information in seven areas concerning technology and school counselors that can be applied in their work. The areas include definition of terms, peer assistants, software programs, the Internet, popular tools for…

  8. The Doctorate in Counselor Education

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    Goodrich, Kristopher Michael; Shin, Richard Q.; Smith, Lance C.

    2011-01-01

    The doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision is the terminal degree in the field of counselor education within the U.S. The authors surveyed CACREP-accredited doctoral programs to assess department characteristics, clinical experience and credentials, research experience, and the admission, retention, and evaluation of students. Results…

  9. Family Counseling for All Counselors.

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    Kaplan, David M.

    Counselors whose specialty is marriage and family counseling develop a theoretical and research base and acquire countless hours of experience upon which to base their interventions. Most counselors and other helping professionals whose specialty is in another area do as well as they can lacking specific theoretical concepts and experience from…

  10. Cancer, Families, and Family Counselors.

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    Duffy, Maureen; Gillig, Scott

    2003-01-01

    Examines the role of the family counselor in working with cancer patients and their families. Suggests ways in which the family counselor can work proactively with families in the area of cancer prevention and helping them cope more effectively with its impact on their lives. Uses a clinical case example to illustrate intervention with cancer…

  11. The Relationship between Job Satisfaction of Teachers and the Level of Servant Leadership of Their Campus Administrators

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    Chambliss, Annette

    2013-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between teachers' job satisfaction and their campus administrator's level of servant leadership. Although Greenleaf's (1977) seminal work on servant leadership has led to the connection between servant leadership and education, minimal research has been done to…

  12. The Component of Trust as Administrators' and Teachers' Roles Change during Implementation of Response to Intervention

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    Hennessy, Carrie Lynn

    2013-01-01

    There is a dearth of research concerning Response to Intervention (RTI) implementation processes at the secondary level. Because the implementation process requires a change in day-to-day process for teachers and administrators, this could cause a change in roles as a second order change may be necessary for RTI implementation. Second order…

  13. What Do Schools Want? Assessing Elementary School Administrator and Teacher Preferences Related to Nutrition Education Program Scheduling

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    Hermann, Janice; Parker, Stephany; Phelps, Josh; Brown, Barbara

    2011-01-01

    Extension is positioned to provide school-based nutrition education programs as required by the 2004 Child Nutrition and WIC Reauthorization Act. To enhance program acceptance and sustainability, it is important to consider school administrators' and teachers' interests and preferences regarding nutrition education programming. The project…

  14. A Survey of Vocational Administrators and Teachers in Career and Technical Education Centers regarding Their Perception of Vocational Program Improvements

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    Hummel, Richard Lynn, Jr.

    2012-01-01

    The purpose of this statewide study is to assess the perceived improvements made to programs that are offered at Career and Technical Education Centers from the perspective of vocational administrators and teachers following the Bureau of Career and Technical Education conduction of an Approved Program Evaluation. The Pennsylvania Bureau of Career…

  15. "Student Teaching Abroad Will Help You Get a Job": Exploring Administrator Perceptions of International Experiences for Preservice Teachers

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    Shiveley, James M.; Misco, Thomas

    2012-01-01

    Given the purported benefits pre-service teachers can gain from international experiences, we chose to conduct a qualitative case-study to explore the extent to which these experiences influenced the hiring decisions of local school administrators. We collected data using questionnaires and follow-up interviews and found that in many instances…

  16. Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) Display Levels of the Teachers at Secondary Schools According to the Perceptions of the School Administrators

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    Polat, Soner

    2009-01-01

    The main aim of this study is to determine in what level the teachers at secondary schools display organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) according to the perceptions of the school administrators. The data of this study, which is descriptive, were collected via the "the scale of OCB" which was developed by Podsakoff, MacKenzie, Moorman and…

  17. Heritage Education: Exploring the Conceptions of Teachers and Administrators from the Perspective of Experimental and Social Science Teaching

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    Perez, Roque Jimenez; Lopez, Jose Maria Cuenca; Listan, D. Mario Ferreras

    2010-01-01

    This paper describes a research project into heritage education. Taking an interdisciplinary perspective from within the field of Experimental and Social Science Education, it presents an analysis of teachers' and administrators' conceptions of heritage, its teaching and its dissemination in Spain. A statistical description is provided of the…

  18. Successful Reading Strategies To Meet the Texas Reading Initiative Components: A Literary Review and Manual for Administrators, Teachers, and Parents.

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    Baker, Bridget; Karr-Kidwell, PJ

    This paper provides a literary review and research-based techniques for teaching reading. The paper also examines the different philosophies of reading to ascertain beneficial commonalities. Based on the literature review, a manual was produced to support administrators, teachers, and parents in securing quality reading instruction. Appendix A…

  19. Perceptions of Pennsylvania School Librarians Regarding Their Role in Providing Copyright Advice to Students, Teacher, and Administrators in Their School

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    Kell, Susan E.

    2014-01-01

    This qualitative study examined the perceptions of Pennsylvania school librarians about the role they play in providing copyright guidance to the students, teachers, and administrators in their school during the 2011-2012 school year. Using two electronic mailing lists for Pennsylvania school librarians, the researcher posted an email asking…

  20. Reactions of the Target Teacher and Administrator Population Prior to Implementation. Handwriting Implementation Project Study, Report #2.

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    Sachs, Judyth; Logan, Lloyd

    Questionnaires were sent to 2,161 teachers and to administrators in 118 primary schools in the Brisbane North Region (Australia) to determine their attitudes toward the implementation of a new handwriting syllabus. The questionnaire also solicited information on educational experience, the importance of handwriting, the teaching of handwriting,…

  1. From "Creative Juice" to "Pioneer on an Iceberg": Teachers' and Administrators' Perspectives on Their 34-Year Old Interdisciplinary Curriculum.

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    Henning, Mary Beth

    This historical case study explores the 34-year history of interdisciplinary curriculum development in one public school district. Interviews with nine veteran teachers and three administrators suggest that the role of curriculum specialists and the drive for accountability and consistency are the key influences on the curriculum development…

  2. Designing and Implementing Two-Way Bilingual Programs: A Step-by-Step Guide for Administrators, Teachers, and Parents.

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    Calderon, Margarita Espino; Minaya-Rowe, Liliana

    This book provides school administrators, teachers, and parents with the basic knowledge necessary for planning and implementing effective two-way bilingual programs. It offers essential elements to help students gain literacy in two languages, increase cross-cultural understanding, and meet high levels of achievement in all core academic areas.…

  3. Perceptions of Alternative School Teachers and Administrators about the Impact of the No Child Left behind Act

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    Queenan, Carla Glover

    2010-01-01

    The purpose of this qualitative study was to investigate and examine the perceptions of alternative school teachers and administrators about the impact of No Child Left Behind on their students and school. Through the lens of alternative school practitioners, this study examined the intersection of at-risk students, alternative education programs,…

  4. The Perceptions of Selected California Teachers and Administrators toward California Standards Test Preparation in Selected Title I Elementary Schools

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    Araiza, Ricardo

    2011-01-01

    Purpose: The purpose of this replication study was to determine the degree to which teachers and administrators in selected low-achieving Title I elementary schools: 1. Report that they teach the following test-taking skills to prepare their students to take the CST: establishing an appropriate student attitude toward testing, familiarity with the…

  5. Teachers and the First Amendment: Academic Freedom and Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies under 42 U.S.C. Section 1983

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    Moskowitz, Ivor R.; Casagrande, Richard E.

    1975-01-01

    The difficulties of defining academic freedom are noted in an exploration of recent judicial attempts to define the scope of teachers' First Amendment rights in the area of intramural speech. The exhaustion of administrative remedies in cases brought under 42 U.S.C. section 1983 (a basic statute in such cases) is also discussed. (JT)

  6. The Rating of High-Performing Principals' Performance on Their Leadership Dimensions by Senior Administrators, Middle Managers and Classroom Teachers

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    Hutton, Disraeli Montgomery

    2016-01-01

    The purpose of the study was to determine if there was a difference in the ratings among senior administrators/managers, middle managers and classroom teachers of the four dimensions of leadership performance related to high-performing principals in the Jamaican public school system. The study showed that there were differences in how senior…

  7. Emerging Thought and Research on Student, Teacher, and Administrator Stress and Coping. Research on Stress and Coping in Education

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    Gates, Gordon S., Ed.; Wolverton, Mimi, Ed.; Gmelch, Walter H., Ed.

    2007-01-01

    This collection of chapters presents research focused on emerging strategies, paradigms, and theories on the sources, experiences, and consequences of stress, coping, and prevention pertaining to students, teachers and administrators. Studies analyze data collected through action research, program evaluation, surveys, qualitative interviewing,…

  8. A Study of the Attitudes of Public School Teachers and Administrators in Middle Tennessee Concerning Ethical Behaviors.

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    Peach, Larry; Reddick, Thomas L.

    A two-part questionnaire concerning ethical behavior was prepared and distributed to 300 public school teachers and 75 administrators in the middle geographic region of Tennessee. Part I of the questionnaire asked respondents to position 18 different behaviors on a five-point scale from "ethical" to "very unethical." Part II asked respondents how…

  9. The Relationship between Funding, ICT, Selection Processes, Administration and Planning and the Standard of Science Teacher Education in Nigeria

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    Ololube, Nwachukwu Prince

    2007-01-01

    This study was motivated by the premise that no nation grows further than the quality of its education. The paper presents an investigation on the relationships between funding, ICT, selection processes, administration and planning and the standard of science teacher education in Nigeria. The data for the study was gathered through a two page…

  10. A Case Study of Selected Female Elementary School Leaders' Perspectives on the Transition from Teacher to Administrator

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    Hasson, Julie

    2011-01-01

    The transition from the comfort of a familiar role, that of teacher, to the discomfort of a new role, that of school administrator, is a transformative process. Transforming oneself requires leaving what is known and venturing into the unknown. Researchers have illuminated women's struggle to attain school leadership positions, but the…

  11. Assessment of Educational Needs for the Preparation of Health Occupations Education Teachers and Administrators in Pennsylvania. Final Report. Health Occupations, Monograph Number 3.

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    Hole, F. Marvin; Cole, Lauretta

    Focusing on the educational needs of health occupations education teachers and administrators, this study had three main objectives: (1) to assess needs regarding professional competencies and interests in continuing education programs; (2) to examine teacher certification criteria; and (3) to offer recommendations for teacher preparation. The…

  12. Burnout and Job Satisfaction among Counselor Educators

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    Sangganjanavanich, Varunee Faii; Balkin, Richard S.

    2013-01-01

    The relationship between burnout and job satisfaction among counselor educators was investigated. A total of 220 full-time counselor educators participated in this quantitative research study. Emotional exhaustion seemed to be the most significant predictor of burnout among counselor educators. Implications for counselor education and future…

  13. A Typology of Burnout in Professional Counselors

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    Lee, Sang Min; Cho, Seong Ho; Kissinger, Daniel; Ogle, Nick T.

    2010-01-01

    The authors used a cluster analysis procedure and the Counselor Burnout Inventory (S. M. Lee et al., 2007) to identify professional counselors' burnout types. Three clusters were identified: well-adjusted, persevering, and disconnected counselors. The results also indicated that counselors' job satisfaction and self-esteem were good discriminators…

  14. The School Counselor, the Cactus, and Supervision

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    Boyd, John D.; Walter, Paul B.

    1975-01-01

    The authors suggest that counselor supervision is a viable way to assist school counselors in dealing with lack of professional development opportunities. Supervision can facilitate the counselor's personal and professional development and can promote counselor competencies, accountability and the improvement of guidance services and programs. (SE)

  15. Counselor Wellness and Impairment: A National Survey

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    Lawson, Gerard

    2007-01-01

    Counselor wellness has a direct impact on the quality of services clients receive, but little is known about the overall wellness of counselors. This study begins the process of better understanding counselor wellness by examining responses to a national survey that assessed both counselor wellness and impairment variables. (Contains 2 tables.)

  16. Factors Influencing School Counselors' Perceived Effectiveness

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    Moyer, Michael Shufelt; Yu, Kumlan

    2012-01-01

    School counselor credentialing requirements have been a continuous topic of discussion for counselor educators and credentialing bodies. Recent discussions include whether or not prior teaching experience is needed to be an effective counselor. The authors surveyed over 300 school counselors from states with varied credentialing standards and…

  17. The Perceptions of School Administrators on the Selection Criteria and Training of Cooperating Teachers; Strategies to Foster Collaboration between Universities Public Schools

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    Magaya, Amuhelang; Crawley, Thomas

    2011-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to survey and examine the selection criteria used by school districts administrators to select cooperating teachers to work with student teachers in Central New Jersey. Furthermore, the study sought out the perceptions of school district administrators with regards to the selection process and training of cooperating…

  18. Making the Grade: Do Nebraska Teachers and Administrators Working in Public Schools in 7th-12th Grade Settings Agree about What Constitutes Sound Grading Practice?

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    Olson, Mark E.

    2013-01-01

    In this study, the researcher sought to determine whether Nebraska teachers and administrators agreed about what constitutes sound grading practice. The results of this study indicated that Nebraska teachers and administrators working in public schools in 7th-12th grade settings did not always agree about what constituted sound grading practice.…

  19. A Mixed Method Study Measuring the Perceptions of Administrators, Classroom Teachers and Professional Staff on the Use of iPads in a Midwest School District

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    Beckerle, Andrea Laux

    2013-01-01

    The purpose of this mixed methods study was to assess the perceptions of classroom teachers, administrators and professional support staff in one Midwest school district regarding the usefulness and effectiveness of the iPad device as an instructional and support tool within the classroom. The need to address classroom teacher, administrator and…

  20. Personality and Functional Specialty Preference of Prospective Counselor Educators

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    Randolph, Daniel Lee

    1973-01-01

    This study examined the personality needs of doctoral students in counselor education who preferred functional specialties as administrators of practitioners. Achievement, dominance, order, and social recognition needs, as measured by the Personality Research Form (PRF), were found to differentiate between the groups. (Author)

  1. Psychosocial Correlates of Burnout and Depression in HIV Counselors.

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    Mirsalimi, Hamid; Roffe, Michael W.

    Job stress in health care professionals who provide care to Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) patients has been a subject of interest to a number of health center and hospital physicians, administrators, and to some extent, behavioral scientists. In this study psychosocial correlates of burnout and depression in HIV counselors were…

  2. 42 CFR 600.315 - Certified application counselors.

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    2014-10-01

    ... 42 Public Health 5 2014-10-01 2014-10-01 false Certified application counselors. 600.315 Section 600.315 Public Health CENTERS FOR MEDICARE & MEDICAID SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES (CONTINUED) BASIC HEALTH PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION, ELIGIBILITY, ESSENTIAL HEALTH...

  3. The Counselor as a Consultant in Eliminating Out of Seat Behavior

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    Engelhardt, Leah; And Others

    1971-01-01

    Study results show that investment of time by a counselor in working with a teacher to help reduce disruptive classroom behaviors is time well spent. Not only is the teacher better able to cope with the specific behavior problem of the moment, but she has insights for future handling of classroom problems. (CJ)

  4. Case Study: How Perceived Behaviors of Administrative Support Influence Teacher Retention Decisions

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    Daugherty, Lisa

    2012-01-01

    Educational reform is taking the nation, teachers are nearing retirement age, some teachers are choosing early retirement, and teachers are exiting the profession at a significant rate. Collectively, these trends in education present staffing and training concerns for today's schools. The purpose of this case study was to examine how…

  5. Adequacy of Teaching Conditions as Perceived by Administrators and Teachers. Research Paper No. 7.

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    Reineke, Robert; Welch, Wayne

    This research study sought to examine the degree of heterophily which was indicated between principals and teachers regarding the perceived adequacy of school conditions. The sample comprised principals and teachers randomly selected from five regions. Three of the regions focused on science teachers while the other two involved mathematics…

  6. Rehabilitation Counselor Certification: Moving Forward

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    Saunders, Jodi L.; Barros-Bailey, Mary; Chapman, Cindy; Nunez, Patricia

    2009-01-01

    This article provides a brief history of the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification and presents recent changes and strategic goals for moving forward. Challenges and opportunities for the profession in relation to certification are also discussed. (Contains 3 tables.)

  7. The School Counselor and Bulimia.

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    Hendrick, Susan S.

    1985-01-01

    Describes the symptoms, outcome, etiology and treatment for bulimia. Discusses the school counselor's role regarding prevention and intervention with bulimic students, and suggests individual counseling techniques to use with bulimics. (BH)

  8. A Comparative Study of Administrator and Special Education Teacher Perceptions of Special Education Teacher Attrition and Retention

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    Sheldrake, Danielle Angelina

    2013-01-01

    This mixed methods study identifies perceived causes of and solutions to the attrition of special education teachers. Researchers have documented that special education teaching positions encounter higher attrition rates than their general education peers (Katsiyannis, Zhang, & Conroy in Olivarez & Arnold, 2006; Mitchell & Arnold,…

  9. High School Longitudinal Study of 2009 (HSLS:09). A First Look at Fall 2009 Ninth-Graders' Parents, Teachers, School Counselors, and School Administrators. NCES 2011-355

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    LoGerfo, Laura; Christopher, Elise M.; Flanagan, Kristin Denton

    2011-01-01

    The focus of this First Look report is on base-year contextual data from the High School Longitudinal Study of 2009 (HSLS:09). This First Look is intended as a companion to the report, "High School Longitudinal Study of 2009 (HSLS:09): A First Look at Fall 2009 Ninth-Graders (NCES 2011327)" (ED521115), which focuses on the mathematics…

  10. Teachers' and administrators' perceptions of the effects of participation in the Alabama Math, Science, and Technology Initiative

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    Stewart, Janis Wingate

    Despite numerous efforts to reform mathematics and science education, American students have yet to attain academic supremacy in international comparison in these subjects. The Alabama Math, Science, and Technology Initiative (AMSTI) is an attempt by the Alabama State Department of Education to improve student achievement in mathematics and science. The purpose of this mixed-method study was to examine the perceptions of teachers and administrators in the original AMSTI schools to determine the effects of participation in AMSTI on their schools. Further, this study examined the achievement of students in the 16 original AMSTI schools to determine if participation in AMSTI had improved test scores. Student achievement data for students in the 16 original AMSTI elementary and middle schools were compared with 16 demographically similar non-AMSTI schools. Additional data were obtained from a survey administered to the teachers and administrators in the AMSTI schools. Analysis of the data indicated that student achievement in both the AMSTI and non-AMSTI schools had comparable increases, but that there was no statistically significant difference in the scores between the AMSTI and non-AMSTI schools. It cannot be determined from this study whether AMSTI participation was a reason for the increase in test scores for the students in the ASMTI schools. Overall responses from the teachers and administrators indicated a positive attitude toward the implementation of AMSTI. Both administrators and teachers agreed that the teachers had benefited from the professional development activities provided by AMSTI, that the materials and supplies were an important part of the Initiative, that student achievement had increased, and that there was improvement in student attitude toward learning especially in math and science. Teachers and administrators gave differing opinions regarding other areas of AMSTI implementation. Recommendations for practice based on the findings of the study

  11. Teaching About Alcohol in Connecticut Schools - A Guide for Teachers and Administrators.

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    Sanders, William J.; Bloomberg, Wilfred

    Guidelines for secondary teachers involved in teaching about the use of alcohol are presented. Sections include (1) aims and objectives, (2) content, (3) facts about alcoholism, (4) suggested student activities and teaching procedures, and (5) methods of student evaluation. Selected teacher, student, and supplementary references are listed.…

  12. Teachers' Expectations and School Administration: Keys of Better Communication in Schools

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    Aslanargun, Engin

    2015-01-01

    Problem Statement: The quality of education carried out in schools depends largely on the performance of teachers and school principals in cooperation. It is possible to say that a qualified education of students depends on the performance and compliance degree of these two groups. In this process, teachers' having the primary responsibility for…

  13. The Effects of Classroom Autonomy, Staff Collegiality, and Administrative Support on Teachers' Job Satisfaction

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    Lasseter, Austin

    2013-01-01

    The purpose of my dissertation is to determine which job-related factors are most likely to explain teachers' sense of satisfaction with their current job. Based on previous research (Fairchild et al., 2012; Lee, Dedrick, & Smith, 1991; Perie & Baker, 1997), I hypothesized that teachers' perceptions of classroom autonomy, staff…

  14. 97 Savvy Secrets for Protecting Self and School: A Practical Guide for Today's Teachers and Administrators.

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    Sesno, Alice Healy

    A teacher's professional integrity faces numerous challenges in the classroom. To help educators safeguard against potentially career-ending incidents, numerous "survival rules" are provided in this text. It argues that teachers must safeguard themselves with self-protecting knowledge and, in some instances, must reprogram themselves with new…

  15. English Teachers, Administrators, and Dialogue: Transcending the Asymmetry of Power in the Discourse of Educational Policy

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    Stewart, Trevor Thomas

    2012-01-01

    In this article, I present six English teachers' perceptions of the dialogue used by principals and superintendents to communicate policy mandates in their schools. I wanted to learn about the ways in which the discourse employed by these two kinds of policymakers influenced English teachers' experiences as professionals and how these policies and…

  16. School Counselor Preparation in Kenya: Do Kenyan School Counselors Feel Adequately Prepared to Perform Their Roles?

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    Wambu, Grace W.; Wickman, Scott A.

    2016-01-01

    School counselor training in Kenya is a relatively new phenomenon. This study examined Kenyan school counselors' perceptions of the adequacy of their preparedness to perform their roles within the school setting. The survey was administered to 105 school counselors in four counties. The findings revealed that Kenyan school counselors perceived…

  17. Effects of Counselor Disability Status on Disabled Subjects' Perceptions of Counselor Attractiveness and Expertness.

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    Strohmer, Douglas C.; Biggs, Donald A.

    1983-01-01

    Studied the influence of client-counselor group membership similarity, counselor reputation cues, and attending behavior on disabled subject's perceptions. Physically disabled adults (N=40) viewed a series of vignettes and rated counselor expertness and attractiveness. Results do not support the belief that client-counselor group membership…

  18. Japanese-American Acculturation, Counseling Style, Counselor Ethnicity, and Perceived Counselor Credibility.

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    Atkinson, Donald R.; Matsushita, Yoshiko J.

    1991-01-01

    Japanese Americans (N=68) completed acculturation scale and rated credibility and attractiveness of counselor in tape-recorded simulated counseling session. Bicultural participants rated counselor as more attractive than did Western-identified participants. Japanese-American counselor was rated as more attractive than white-American counselor when…

  19. The Process of Counselor Supervision for Counselor Trainees Who Work with Suicidal Clients

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    Hoffman, Rachel M.

    2009-01-01

    The purpose of the current study was to generate an emergent theory of the process of counselor supervision for counselor trainees who work with suicidal clients. The intent of the study was to explore the perspectives of five counselor supervisors who occupied the role of director of a counselor education counseling clinic/practicum training lab.…

  20. Job Satisfaction among Community College Counselors.

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    Coll, Kenneth; Rice, Robert

    1990-01-01

    Describes a study of job satisfaction and factors influencing satisfaction among community college counselors in Oregon. Reports general dissatisfaction with leadership. Concludes that teaching load, job title, incompatible demands, unclear explanations, and conflicting resources affect counselor satisfaction. (DMM)

  1. Counselor Values and the Pregnant Adolescent Client.

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    Kennedy, Bebe C.; And Others

    1984-01-01

    Reviews options counselors can suggest to pregnant adolescents, including abortion, adoption, marriage, and single parenthood. Discusses the need for counselors to be aware of their own values and help the client explore her values. (JAC)

  2. Peer Counselor Training with the Elderly.

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    Hoffman, Stephanie B.

    1983-01-01

    Describes a peer counselor training program for five older adult volunteers. Presents suggestions for advertising, screening, program format, and development of practica, and examines the role and helpfulness of the peer counselors who provided in-home counseling services. (JAC)

  3. Listening to the Voices of Beginning Teachers: Providing Meaningful Administrative Support Is a Moral Act and Results in Increasing Retention among Beginning Educators

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    Rumley, Mark Alvis

    2010-01-01

    The purpose of this qualitative study was to understand and "make sense" of how beginning teachers experience and define lack of principal/administrative support during their beginning years of teaching. Utilizing grounded theory as a conceptual framework, I sought to deconstruct the stories and lived experiences of nine beginning teachers across…

  4. Increasing the Pool of Minority Candidates: An Administrator's Guide on the Recruitment and Retention of Effective Minority Teachers in Inner City Schools.

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    Stinnett, Jacquelyn; Karr-Kidwell, PJ

    This paper provides an extensive literary review and presents guidelines and strategies to help school administrators recruit and retain highly effective minority teachers for culturally diverse school districts. The literature review identifies successful teacher recruitment approaches and specific techniques that make these approaches work.…

  5. [Kindergarten Scheduling Study: Results for Administrators, Results for Teachers, Midwestern State Survey, Midwest University Professors Study. Volume I, Numbers 1-4.

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    Finkelstein, Judith M.

    A comparison of full-day, alternate-day (FDAD) and half-day, every-day (HDED) kindergartens in Iowa assessed instructional time; congruence between goals and outcomes; and principal, teacher, and pupil attitudes. Findings were gathered from surveys of school administrators and teachers, as well as from questionnaires sent to directors of early…

  6. Leaders for a Movement: Professional Preparation and Development of Middle Level Teachers and Administrators. The Handbook of Research in Middle Level Education.

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    Andrews, P. Gayle, Ed.; Anfara, Vincent A., Jr., Ed.

    Papers included in this volume include: "Leaders for Movement: An Introduction to the Professional Preparation and Development of Middle Level Teachers and Administrators" (P. Gayle Andrews and Vincent A. Anfara, Jr.); (1) "Middle Level Teacher Preparation: Status, Progress, and Challenges" (C. Kenneth McEwin, Tracy W. Smith, and Thomas S.…

  7. The Cutting Edge for Counselors: Licensure.

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    Porter, Dean

    General Practice Counselors are not licensed in California. The only legislation that regulates counselors in California was enacted in 1964 to license one specialty of counseling, that of marriage, family, and child counseling. California has never licensed general practice counselors or other counseling specialties at the master's level.…

  8. New Direction in Preparation of College Counselors

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    Meadows, Mark E.; Valine, Warren J.

    1974-01-01

    Briefly describes a course which represents an attempt to develop curricular experiences to meet crucial needs of prospective college and university counselors not met in traditional counselor training programs. Enthusiastic student response, including that from former students employed as professional counselors and student personnel workers,…

  9. Communication Effectiveness: Listening from the Counselor's Perspective.

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    Mattox, Robert J.; Hurt, David J.

    Listening is an extremely important dimension of a counselor's vocational life. The counselor is constantly involved in the process of listening. Verbal and nonverbal messages sent by clients must be received, interpreted, and organized. Counselors need to be active in listening to clients and critical in their analysis of the messages being…

  10. Social Action: A Mandate for Counselors.

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    Lee, Courtland C., Ed.; Walz, Garry R., Ed.

    An increasing number of counselors are becoming agents of social change. Ways in which counselors can enter the arena of social transformation are described in this collection of 18 articles. Following an introduction: (1) "Counselors as Agents of Social Change"--Part I, which focuses on promoting diversity and challenging oppression, contains:…

  11. Comparative Perceptions of Practicum Counselor Behavior

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    Barak, Azy; Lacrosse, Michael B.

    1977-01-01

    Counseling interviews (N=19) were rated on the Counselor Rating Form in terms of perceived counselor expertness, attractiveness, and trustworthiness. Results indicated all three sources of perceptions were similar, although counselors rated their own behavior as significantly less expert than their clients. (Author)

  12. School Counselors Center on Academic Achievement.

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    Hanson, Charles

    Academic support has long been accepted as a major role of school counselors, yet many believe that traditional roles will not be enough for school counselors in the twenty-first century. This chapter focuses on how school counselors will need to expand their understanding of what academic support means in terms of learning and academic outcomes.…

  13. Adult Attitudes about School Counselor Role.

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    Yockey, Karen S.

    In a time of financial difficulties for schools, few counselors use accountability practices--practices which are necessary in order to justify the expense of school counseling and guidance programs. This descriptive study examines opinions of adults about school counselors. Following a review of literature concerning the role of the counselor, a…

  14. Counselor Intentionality and Effective Helping. ERIC Digest.

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    Schmidt, John J.

    This digest on counselor intentionality notes that the counseling profession has historically searched for characteristics and behaviors that contribute to successful helping relationships. It identifies one such characteristic, the counselor's level and degree of intentionality, as relating to the notion that successful counselors select their…

  15. How the Effective Group Counselor Functions.

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    Kottler, Jeffrey A.

    1978-01-01

    Likening the Personal Mastery Counselor to a symphony conductor, the author describes these counselors as skilled and masterful leaders who can orchestrate the behavior of others without excessive direction or manipulation. He then reviews skills and competencies these counselors must develop. (Author/HMV)

  16. Ethnic Group Preferences for Counselor Characteristics.

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    Atkinson, Donald R.; And Others

    1989-01-01

    Administered paired-comparison questionnaire to ethnically mixed undergraduates (N-339) to measure preferences for 14 counselor characteristics. Found top 4 counselor characteristics cited by all 3 ethnic groups (Asian-American, Mexican-American, and Caucasian-American) to be counselors with similar attitudes, similar personality, greater…

  17. Increasing Minority Student Enrollment in Counselor Education

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    Robinson, Mona C.; Lewis, Denise; Henderson, DeAnna; Flowers, Carl R.

    2009-01-01

    Counselor education programs across the country often fail to attract, enroll and graduate students in proportion that reflects the diversity of the nation. As our country's demography changes, the impact of race and ethnicity within the client-counselor relationship is likely to have greater importance and, as such, counselor education programs…

  18. What Makes a Good Alcohol Counselor?

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    Fontaine, Diane

    1976-01-01

    In response to the increased number of casualties, "burn-outs" and relapses among alcohol counselors, the author maintains that large numbers of entering counselors lack the personal and professional skills needed to become quality counselors in the field. Some enter the field with insincere motives -- martyrs looking for souls to save. Others…

  19. When Counselors Confirm: A Functional Analysis.

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    Copeland, John; Snyder, Mark

    1995-01-01

    Students (n=118) randomly assigned to the role of either counselor or client engaged in a face-to-face, videotaped discussion. Previously, counselors received a suggestion that the client was extroverted or introverted. Results indicated that only counselors motivated by diagnostic concerns elicited behavioral confirmation. (JPS)

  20. Development of the Counselor Response Observation System

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    Rantanen, Antti P.; Soini, Hannu S.

    2013-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to validate the measures included in the Counselor Response Observation System. The Counselor Response Observation System consists of the Counselor Response Coding System and the Skilled Verbal Responding Scale. Detailed results of their validity and reliability are presented.

  1. Death and Bereavement: What Counselors Should Know.

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    Freeman, Stephen J.; Ward, Sharon

    1998-01-01

    Training in death education and grief counseling is not typically a part of a counselor's curriculum, yet the odds of a counselor seeing people in various stages of grieving are great. Beginning with Bowlby's attachment theory, this article provides an overview of the grieving process and what counselors should know. (Author/MKA)

  2. Solutioning: Solution-Focused Interventions for Counselors.

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    Webb, Willyn

    This book is designed for established counselors, pastors, social workers, nurses, psychologists, and mental health professionals; it can also be used as a text for counselor training programs or as a reference tool for beginning counselors. It offers a new strategy for helping professionals who are not comfortable fitting their philosophy of…

  3. Use of Live Supervision in Counselor Preparation.

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    Bubenzer, Donald L.; And Others

    1991-01-01

    Investigated live supervision in counselor preparation programs by surveying 307 counselor preparation programs. Live supervision was used at 157 institutions and was used in preparing individual, group, and marriage and family counselors. At least 75 percent of programs provided live supervision weekly. Techniques of cotherapy and remote viewing…

  4. Adequacy of Science Teaching Conditions as Perceived by Administrators and Teachers

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    Reineke, Robert; Welch, Wayne

    1975-01-01

    Compares principals' and teachers' perception of teaching conditions with the more positive views being possessed by principals. Information related to relative adequacy of conditions described by five scales, Effectiveness, Curriculum, Load, Facilities and Support is presented. (EB)

  5. Pastoral counselors, educators, and clowns.

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    Gilliam, W C

    2000-01-01

    Examines the relationship between the pastoral counselor and educator and does so by exploring a metaphor suggested by a story by Carol Rogers about the famous circus clown, Otto Griebling. Illustrates each professional's duty to "draw or lead out" of his or her client or student, just as a clown does with an audience. Contends that pastoral counseling and education include "drawing or leading out" resources that are within the client/student, which is critical to the healing and/or learning process. Notes that assisting the client/student in developing his or her ability to draw out this inner resource is fundamental to the counselor's or educator's task of empowering the client or student to become mature, responsible individuals. Suggests that seeing one's relationship to the clown, a counselor or educator can be freed to facilitate this drawing out which ultimately benefits the client, student, and community.

  6. The Teacher-in-Residence Program.

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    Poda, Janice H.

    1993-01-01

    South Carolina Center for Teacher Recruitment created the Teacher-in-Residence fellowship in 1986, when a classroom teacher and counselor became the first representative to the South Carolina Teacher Cadet Program--a project encouraging bright high school students to consider education careers. The representative helped plan curriculum training…

  7. The Counselor and Public Relations. A Manual for School Counselors.

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    Hauck, Rich; And Others

    This manual is designed to aid school guidance counselors in creating and implementing a public relations (PR) program to educate those both inside and outside the school system about the purposes, operations, and unique characteristics of guidance and counseling. The manual contains six sections, plus a bibliography of public relations…

  8. Counselor Computer Competence: Future Agenda for Counselor Educators.

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    Dickel, C. Timothy

    This paper asserts that the computer has become an integral part of communication within the world culture and that it has tremendous utility for the counseling profession. Counselor educators are encouraged to incorporate computer competence into their curriculum. This report is divided into four parts. First, there is a brief discussion of the…

  9. What Are the Definitive Procedures and Instruments Used to Incorporate Chemotherapy Orientation and Preparation for Effective Team Membership, During Inservice and Preservice Training of Teachers and Administrators?

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    Schwenn, John O.

    An administrator discusses aspects of drug therapy with which special educators should be familiar. Briefly examined are administration form, factors affecting rate of absorption, dosage, interaction of one drug with another, drug tolerance, time factors, and side effects. The importance of a teacher's monitoring of the drugs is stressed, and…

  10. Effect of Counselor Attire in an Initial Interview.

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    Hubble, Mark A.; Gelso, Charles J.

    1978-01-01

    Examined effects of counselor attire on clients' state anxiety, willingness to self-disclose, and counselor preference. Counselor attire was traditional, casual, and highly casual. Clients experienced lower anxiety with counselors in casual v highly casual attire. No differences emerged between traditionally and casually attired counselors. Client…

  11. A Method For Rating Counselor Social Reinforcement And Persuasion

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    Packwood, William T.; Parker, Clyde A.

    1973-01-01

    A counselor social reinforcement scale, based on the verbal conditioning model and the assumption that approval is a basic interpersonal reinforcer, and a counselor persuasion scale, based on the assumption that counselor conviction and client agreement with the counselor are the central aspects of counselor persuasiveness, were devised.…

  12. The Revised 2010 Ethical Standards for School Counselors

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    Huey, Wayne C.

    2011-01-01

    The American School Counselor Association (ASCA) recently revised its ethical code for professional school counselors, the "Ethical Standards for School Counselors," in 2010. Professional school counselors have a unique challenge in counseling minors in that they provide services in an educational setting. Consequently, school counselors not only…

  13. A Study of Selected Administrative Problems of George Peabody College for Teachers, 1937-1945.

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    Petry, John Richard

    Problems concerning finance, faculty, and educational programs faced by George Peabody College for Teachers during 1937-1945 are examined, along with the solutions. Attention is directed to: circumstances surrounding problem identification, the background of each problem, who had responsibility for formulating each solution, other…

  14. Exploring the Relationship between Special Education Teachers and Professional Learning Communities: Implications of Research for Administrators

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    Blanton, Linda P.; Perez, Yvette

    2011-01-01

    School accountability reports reveal that wide achievement gaps exist among different subgroups of students in PK-12 schools. Research findings reveal that general and special education teachers improve their classroom practices when working in professional learning communities (PLCs). In addition, research shows that special education teachers…

  15. The Organization, Administration and Training of Teachers in an Intensive Workshop.

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    Gallien, John J.

    Described is an ESEA Title I project carried out in Orange County, Virginia, a rural area. Project components included the training of 16 special education teachers during an 8-week summer program and a 6-week summer instructional program for 194 educationally disadvantaged students in grades 1-8. Student classes served as practical sites for…

  16. Banding Together: Union City's Teachers and Administrators Work Together to Improve Student Achievement

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    Kirp, David L.

    2014-01-01

    For years, points out David L. Kirp, critics have lambasted public schools as fossilized bureaucracies run by paper-pushers and filled with time-serving teachers preoccupied with their job security, not the lives of their students. Yet, as this article describes, running an exemplary school system does not demand heroes or heroics, just hard and…

  17. Combating the Attrition of Teachers of Students with EBD: What Can Administrators Do?

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    Cancio, Edward Joseph; Albrecht, Susan Fread; Johns, Beverley Holden

    2014-01-01

    Students with emotional/behavioral disorders (EBD) can present intensive needs, requiring the intervention and instruction of well-trained and qualified teachers who work with them in the classroom. However, schools face serious shortages in the field of special education, particularly for staff who work with this population of children (McLeskey,…

  18. Higher Education Administrators' Institute for Teacher Training in Adult Basic Education Workshop.

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    Utah Univ., Salt Lake City. Graduate School of Education.

    A workshop held December 7, 8, and 9, 1970, was the second phase of a three-part program which aims to organize and develop Adult Basic Education (ABE) teacher preparation programs in institutions of higher education. The goals of the workshop were to: (1) inform participants about the need for professional preparation in teaching Adult Basic…

  19. Perceptions of School Administrators and Teachers Regarding the Implementation of Professional Learning Communities

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    Westbrook, Stephen Vincent

    2013-01-01

    Researchers have identified teaching quality as a significant factor in increasing student academic achievement (Berry & Wieder, 2009; Hord, 2009; Schmoker, 2005; Waters, 2011). Educational leaders have therefore sought ways to improve teachers' pedagogy. One popular method for doing so has been to implement Professional Learning…

  20. Principals Learning from Veteran Teachers Serving Impoverished Students: Social Justice Implications for Professors of Educational Administration

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    Rosine, Dale

    2013-01-01

    This qualitative study of ten elementary veteran teachers used Hargrove's single, double, and triple-loop thinking to understand their perceptions regarding knowledge new principals need to be social justice leaders working in impoverished schools. Findings in three categories revealed the importance of principals learning to identify their…

  1. Administrator Attitudes toward Online Teacher Preparation Programs: Are Principals Logging on--or Logging off?

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    Huss, John A.

    2007-01-01

    This study investigated the attitudes of principals toward the legitimacy of pre-service teacher preparation programs conducted wholly or almost wholly online. Random cluster sampling was utilized to select participants in Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio. A total of 326 principals completed questionnaires. Principals expressed apprehension about…

  2. Teacher Education Policy in the States; A 50-State Survey of Legislative and Administrative Actions.

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    American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Washington, DC.

    This, the 15th and final survey, updates information from prior surveys on: (1) entrance requirements for teacher education programs; (2) requirements for regular licensure, including standards for an initial or advanced teaching credential; (3) professional development, covering state-sponsored or mandated programs and plans for those persons…

  3. Personal, Professional Coaching: Transforming Professional Development for Teacher and Administrative Leaders

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    Patti, Janet; Holzer, Allison A.; Stern, Robin; Brackett, Marc A.

    2012-01-01

    This article makes the case for a different approach to the professional development of teachers and school leaders called personal, professional coaching (PPC). Personal, professional coaching is grounded in reflective practices that cultivate self-awareness, emotion management, social awareness, and relationship management. Findings from two…

  4. Is a Principal Still a Teacher? Us Women Administrators' Accounts of Role Conflict and Role Discontinuity

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    Loder, Tondra L.; Spillane, James P.

    2005-01-01

    The authors examined 16 US women school administrators' experiences with role conflict and role discontinuity within their first one to five years of transitioning from teaching to administration. Findings from this theory-building, qualitative study indicate that this transition triggered role conflicts that emerged from the participants'…

  5. Ethics in Rehabilitation Counselor Supervision.

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    Blackwell, Terry L.; Strohmer, Douglas C.; Belcas, Eva M.; Burton, Kathryn A.

    2002-01-01

    Article is an exploration of some of the ethical issues facing rehabilitation counselors who provide clinical supervision. Ethical issues related to competence, evaluation and due process, dual relationships, confidentiality, and informed consent are discussed. (Contains 28references, 2 tables, and 1 appendix.) (Author)

  6. Constructive Development and Counselor Competence

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    Eriksen, Karen P.; McAuliffe, Garrett J.

    2006-01-01

    Developmental predictors of students' ability to learn counseling skills would help counselor educators select candidates and assist admitted students in their learning. The present research examined the relationship between adult development, as measured by the Learning Environment Preferences test (W. S. Moore, 1989) and the Defining Issues…

  7. The Professional Challenges for Counselors.

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    Garfield, Nancy J.; And Others

    This document consists of the fourth section of a book written to educate and inform those in the helping professions on how to deal with Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). The three chapters in section 4 are devoted to special issues for counselors, issues that directly affect the caregiver. They examine professional challenges to…

  8. Helping Counselors Learn to Confront.

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    Tamminen, Armas W.; Smaby, Marlowe H.

    1981-01-01

    Presents a model for training counselors to learn to confront empathetically. Describes a confrontation training scale that includes inadequate responses of acquiescing and scolding and the progressively more effective responses of recognizing ineffective behavior, realizing its negative consequences, and committing to change. Suggests confronting…

  9. Wellness among African American Counselors

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    Day-Vines, Norma L.; Holcomb-McCoy, Cheryl

    2007-01-01

    Although there are various definitions of wellness, few conceptual definitions have addressed the contextual dimensions of wellness relative to African American counselors. The authors present an overview of generic models of wellness, discuss factors that both inhibit and promote wellness, offer some culture-specific models of wellness, and…

  10. Herbaceuticals: An Overview for Counselors

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    Ingersoll, R. Elliott

    2005-01-01

    While more information on psychotropic medications is becoming available to counselors (Ingersoll, 2000; Ingersoll, Bauer, & Bums, in press), there is little published information on herbaceuticals. In this article, the author examines the curative characteristics of several herbaceuticals. He also provides information on the side effects and…

  11. ADHD: Implications for School Counselors

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    Branscome, Jennifer; Cunningham, Teddi; Kelley, Heather; Brown, Caitlyn

    2014-01-01

    The focus of this article is to provide an overview of the current state of knowledge of ADHD and to provide evidence-based training interventions for school counselors. An overview of basic information about ADHD will be provided, including diagnosis, presentation, causes, prevalence, and common misconceptions. Evidence-based training…

  12. Neuro Linguistic Programming for Counselors.

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    Harman, Robert L.; O'Neill, Charles

    1981-01-01

    Describes contributions of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) to counseling practice. The Meta-Model, representational systems, anchoring, and reframing are described. Counselors interested in learning NLP can integrate many valuable new ways of communicating with clients and changing client behaviors. (Author)

  13. Counselors as Leaders in Schools

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    Wingfield, Robert J.; Reese, Ryan F.; West-Olatunji, Cirecie A.

    2010-01-01

    There has been longstanding concern about school counselor because their roles have changed rapidly and significantly in response to societal trends. This has resulted in varying conceptions and misunderstandings of their roles. The present paper describes the emergence of school counseling as a profession, outlines the developmental history of…

  14. Counselor Identity: Conformity or Distinction?

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    McLaughlin, Jerry E.; Boettcher, Kathryn

    2009-01-01

    The authors explore 3 debates in other disciplines similar to counseling's identity debate in order to learn about common themes and outcomes. Conformity, distinction, and cohesion emerged as common themes. They conclude that counselors should retain their distinctive, humanistic approach rather than conforming to the dominant, medical approach.

  15. Developing Opportunities for Professional Counselors.

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    Vacc, Nicholas A.

    Because cancer patients and their families have special psychological needs that are not always met through medical care, the Bowman Gray School of Medicine at Wake Forest University established the Cancer Patient Support Program (CPSP) at the Oncology Research Center. Services provided by the CPSP's 2 professional counselors and approximately 35…

  16. Menopause: Salient Issues for Counselors.

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    Patterson, Marilyn M.; Lynch, Ann Q.

    1988-01-01

    Discusses issues surrounding menopause, with the idea that counselors are in an ideal position to help change attitudes toward viewing menopause as a time of positive change rather than a time of psychological distress. Reviews historical, sociological, psychological, and attitudinal factors that account for negative responses associated with…

  17. The Value of Business Education: Perceptions of High School Guidance Counselors, Principals, and Boards of Education

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    Railsback, Barbara; Hite, Nancy Groneman

    2008-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to determine the value of business education at the secondary school level as perceived by three groups of people who have great impact on course offerings, student advisement, and teacher hiring decisions. Specifically, high school counselors, high school principals, and local board of education presidents in a…

  18. The High School Student in the Working World--A Handbook for Counselors.

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    Borman, Christopher; And Others

    This handbook is designed for use by counselors and teachers in working with students who plan to enter the working world during or following high school; however, the information contained in the book should be useful in working with all students whether they plan to go to work, to college, or both. Following an introduction, the handbook is…

  19. An Exploration of School Counselors' Knowledge Sharing Practices Using Diffusion of Innovation Theory, Social Exchange Theory, and Theory of Reasoned Action

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    Shipp, Adria E.

    2010-01-01

    School counselors are expected to be advocates, collaborators, consultants, and leaders in their work with students, families, administrators, school staff, and community based stakeholders (ASCA, 2005; Shoffner & Briggs, 2001; Rowley, 2000). Underlying these expectations is the belief that school counselors are knowledgeable in the areas that…

  20. Counselor Demographics, Ageist Attitudes, and Multicultural Counseling Competence among Counselors and Counselor Trainees

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    McBride, Rebecca G.; Hays, Danica G.

    2012-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to understand the relationship among counselors' self-reported multicultural counseling competence and their attitudes of the geriatric population. A statistically significant negative correlation was found between participants' attitudes of the geriatric population and their self-reported multicultural counseling…

  1. Termination: Analytic Reflections on Client Contact after Counselor Relocation.

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    Pistole, M. Carole

    1991-01-01

    Claims client posttermination contact with counselors who have relocated has been neglected as training and practice issue. Uses analytic reflections to explore counselor, client, and process variables relative to counselors' response to "following" clients. (Author/ABL)

  2. Perceived Counselor Characteristics, Client Expectations, and Client Satisfaction with Counseling.

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    Heppner, P. Paul; Heesacker, Martin

    1983-01-01

    Examined interpersonal influence process within counseling including relationship between perceived counselor expertness, attractiveness, and trustworthiness and client satisfaction; between client expectations on perceived counselor expertness, attractiveness, trustworthiness, and client satisfaction; and effects of actual counselor experience…

  3. Counselor Ethnicity, Counselor Nonverbal Behavior, and Session Outcome with Asian American Clients: Initial Findings.

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    Kim, Bryan S. K.; Liang, Christopher T. H.; Li, Lisa C.

    2003-01-01

    Examination of counselor nonverbal behaviors revealed that European American counselors displayed significantly greater frequency of adaptors, postural shifts, and smiles than did Asian American counselors. The frequency of smiles was significantly positively correlated with client-rated session positivity and session arousal, and the frequency of…

  4. Confidentiality and the School Counselor. Comments on Inspection of Public School Records and Counselor Privileged Communications.

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    Haney, Gerald; And Others

    Confidentiality, long a concern, has become, with the increase in counseling and therefore personal data of even greater concern to counselors. Most of the time, counselors accept this responsibility without guide lines for release of information, either by the local district or by the state in which they work. Counselors are seeking assurances…

  5. The Voices of School Counselors: Essential Characteristics of School Counselor Leaders

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    Young, Anita; Dollarhide, Colette T.; Baughman, Amber

    2015-01-01

    The majority of school counselor leadership studies focus on quantitative data. The current study contributes to the limited qualitative research surrounding school counselor leadership. The analysis of an open-ended statement from a national study gives voice to school counselor perceptions about leadership characteristics pertinent to the…

  6. Counselor Religious Orientation and Student Discrimination of Counselor-Offered Therapeutic Level.

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    Seif, Bernard

    1981-01-01

    Several hypotheses were investigated in order to specify the conditions under which students are able to perceive the level of counselor-offered therapeutic conditions, and counselor religous orientation. Data analysis revealed a significant difference in counselor favorability between high and low therapeutic levels for the intrinsically…

  7. Professional Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction among Practicing Counselors: Implications for Counselor Education.

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    Jaeger, Richard M.; Tesh, Anita S.

    This study examined the degree and dimensions of professional satisfaction among a large, nationally-representative sample of practicing counselors. The objectives of the study included estimating the distribution of global professional satisfaction among practicing counselors; examining the relationships between counselors' global professional…

  8. Factor Structure of the Counselor Burnout Inventory in a Sample of Professional School Counselors

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    Gnilka, Philip B.; Karpinski, Aryn C.; Smith, Heather J.

    2015-01-01

    This study tested a five-factor model structure with a sample of professional school counselors. Confirmatory factor analysis indicated that a modified five-factor model was the most appropriate. In addition, the levels of professional school counselors' burnout differed from other diverse samples of counselors. Implications for professional…

  9. A Comparison of the Counselor Rating Form and the Counselor Effectiveness Rating Scale.

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    Atkinson, Donald R.; Wampold, Bruce E.

    1982-01-01

    Compared two measures of perceived counselor expertness, trustworthiness, and attractiveness: the Counselor Rating Form (CRF) and the Counselor Effectiveness Rating Scale (CERS). Results showed expertness, trustworthiness, and attractiveness as measured by both instruments are not independent and are components of a single dimension of perceived…

  10. Post-Training Needs of Urban High School Counselors: Implications for Counselor Training Programs

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    Owens, Delila; Pernice-Duca, Francesca; Thomas, Diana

    2009-01-01

    In this study, the post-training needs of urban high school counselors were explored. A total of 55 high school counselors completed a questionnaire. The counselors emphasized the necessity of supplemental training for properly conducting youth drop-out and violence prevention programs, effective services for underachieving students who…

  11. Administrator and Teachers' Perceptions of School Success in a Publicly Funded Catholic School in Ontario, Canada

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    Pollock, Katina

    2013-01-01

    School success is a complex and abstract notion. Asking questions about what is meant by school success is important, since the ways in which educators and administrators define school success tends to guide their practice, and may have implications for current and future policy initiatives. This qualitative case study explores how one publicly…

  12. EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES, GUIDELINES FOR ADMINISTRATORS AND TEACHERS IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS. PROJECT HEADSTART.

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    Office of Economic Opportunity, Washington, DC.

    A GUIDELINE FOR ADMINISTRATORS AND TEACHING IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS FOR NURSERY SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN IS PRESENTED. IT LISTS EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES FOR A CLASS UNIT OF 15 CHILDREN. MANY OF THE ITEMS CAN BE MADE OR FOUND BY VOLUNTEERS. IDEAS FOR IMPROVISING AND FOR MAKING THE BEST USE OF EXISTING MATERIAL ARE INCLUDED. THE SUGGESTED EQUIPMENT…

  13. Experiences of High School Teachers and Administrators Regarding Suspension of African American Males

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    Robinson, Corwin

    2014-01-01

    The large number of suspensions of African American high school males is one of the primary concerns facing high school administrators nationwide. At high schools in the southern United States, African American males are suspended at greater rates than their counterparts. Suspensions affect their levels of achievement, attitudes towards school,…

  14. A Case Study of the Land of Enchantment Teacher Quality Partnership for Aspiring School Administrators

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    Mizell, Kimberly

    2013-01-01

    What are the considerations required to developing a leadership preparation program, and a professional development plan that bridges the theoretical perspective to the practitioners' perspective? An inquiry was conducted to gain insight into the individual perspectives of three diverse women administrators who participated in the Land of…

  15. Developing Insight in Aspiring Researchers: Challenges Confronting Public Administration Teachers and Scholars

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    Jacobs, Richard M.

    2016-01-01

    A 2 × 2 matrix identifying four discrete thought processes was presented. The contributions of the first three processes in developing the knowledge base of public administration were detailed as were their limitations. It was argued that the fourth process--insight and its mental powers--builds upon the strengths and overcomes the limitations…

  16. Asbestos in the Schools: A Guide for School Administrators, Teachers, and Parents.

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    Harvey, Carolyn; Rollinson, Mark

    The past few years have created decision-making problems for school managers dealing with asbestos hazards in the past, for failing to do so in the present, and for doing so improperly in the future. This book summarizes the available knowledge pertinent to the decisions that school administrators and others must make regarding asbestos in the…

  17. Record Keeping and the School Counselor

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    Merlone, Lynn

    2005-01-01

    A survey of elementary and middle school counselors revealed confusion and diverse practices regarding the storage, sharing, and destruction of counselors' notes. A literature review found guidelines developed at a conference convened by the Russell Sage Foundation in 1969. This article categorizes student data according to how personal and stable…

  18. Counselor Roles in Business and Industry.

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    Mattox, Robert J.

    Business and counseling professionals agree that counselors can have a place in the organizational and corporate setting and be a valued commodity for the success of business. Human resource development (HRD) provides an organization's personnel with cognitive experiences designed to improve job performance and productivity. Counselors are often…

  19. Pima Community College Counselor's Handbook. Revised.

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    Harley, Roxanne; McCabe, Mark

    Developed for counselors at Pima Community College (PCC), this 10-part handbook provides information on counselor responsibilities, ethics, recordkeeping, assisting students in distress, and diagnostic and referral procedures. Part I reviews the philosophy, general parameters, terminology, and goals of counseling, and discusses selected statements…

  20. Vision: A Conceptual Framework for School Counselors

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    Watkinson, Jennifer Scaturo

    2013-01-01

    Vision is essential to the implementation of the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Model. Drawing from research in organizational leadership, this article provides a conceptual framework for how school counselors can incorporate vision as a strategy for implementing school counseling programs within the context of practice.…

  1. Seven Salutary Suggestions for Counselor Stamina

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    Osborn, Cynthia J.

    2004-01-01

    Counselor stamina is deemed essential in the midst of a consistently challenging, complex, and changing mental health care environment. Rather than perpetuating conversations about "burnout" and "burnout prevention," this article provides a salutary or health-promoting perspective. Seven suggestions for counselor stamina are presented and…

  2. Thoughts on Supervising Counselors and Therapists.

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    Ellis, Albert

    1989-01-01

    Contends that counseling/therapy is more complicated than it may first appear. Urges counselors/therapists trained in limited areas to place their specific techniques within a general, comprehensive counseling framework. Stresses that failing to do so makes counselors/therapists limited in what treatment they can provide. (CM)

  3. Experiential Training To Develop Culturally Competent Counselors.

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    Watson, Albert L.; Kapadia, Niloufer

    Traditionally, counselor educators have employed didactic methods and a Western European world view to train students who will serve minorities. This article proposes a curriculum approach which specifies the desired competencies expected of culturally sensitive, competent, multicultural counselors through experiential methods during training. To…

  4. Incorporating Feminism into Rehabilitation Counselor Education

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    Jeon, Mookyong

    2015-01-01

    Purpose: The author describes how rehabilitation counselor educators can incorporate the feminist perspective in teaching rehabilitation counselors-in-training by exploring history, core values, and training methods of feminism. Method: Based on a literature review, the author compares philosophy and concepts of rehabilitation counseling and…

  5. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and the School Counselor

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    Wertlieb, Ellen C.

    2008-01-01

    The current article is designed to provide school counselors an understanding of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). The causes, characteristics, and treatment approaches are presented with examples focusing on school-related issues. The article concludes with a discussion about the role that the school counselor can take in helping the child…

  6. Principals as Partners: Counselors as Collaborators

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    Dahir, Carol A.; Burnham, Joy J.; Stone, Carolyn B.; Cobb, Nicole

    2010-01-01

    School principals and school counselors have the ability to forge a unique collaborative relationship to improve student achievement. Historically, school counselors have altered the primary focus of their work as deemed by the perspective of their principals. With an emphasis on improving student success in school, this study revealed the…

  7. African American Women Counselors, Wellness, and Spirituality

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    Knowles, Debora; Bryant, Rhonda M.

    2011-01-01

    Given their tremendous professional responsibilities, professional counselors face daunting challenges to remaining healthy and avoiding role stress and overload. This article explores the intersection of race, gender, wellness, and spirituality in the self-care of African American women counselors. The authors give particular attention to…

  8. Counselor Education: A Program in Functional Humanism.

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    Rhode Island Coll., Providence.

    This report presents the 1973 Distinguished Achievement Award entry from the graduate program in counselor education at Rhode Island College--a performance-based program on effective selection, training, and evaluation procedures which leads to either a master's degree in counselor education (Ed.M.) or a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in…

  9. The Ethics of Bias in Counselor Terminology

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    Dorre, Anne; Kinnier, Richard T.

    2006-01-01

    Mental health counselors (MHCs) are generally perceived as empathic, caring professionals. However, the terms that mental health counselors use to describe their clients sometimes contribute little to the valid assessment and treatment of psychological problems and are disrespectful to clients. This article reviews the literature on counselor…

  10. Mental Health Counselors and the Internet.

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    Guterman, Jeffrey T.; Kirk, Margaret Ann

    1999-01-01

    Presents a brief history and discussion of the Internet. Discusses current and potential uses of the Internet among mental health counselors and ways in which the Internet can be understood from a postmodern perspective. Presents Internet use among the general population as a reason for counselors to gain an understanding of the medium.…

  11. Interdisciplinary Training: Preparing Counselors for Collaborative Practice

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    Okech, Jane E. Atieno; Geroski, Anne M.

    2015-01-01

    This article utilizes one counselor education program's experience as a framework for exploring how to prepare counselors to work in interdisciplinary teams. Based on an interdisciplinary training program that involves faculty and graduate students from counseling, social work, nursing, internal medicine and family medicine, the article explores…

  12. Journal for the Professional Counselor, 1996.

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    Bordan, Terry, Ed.

    1996-01-01

    A broad range of issues which concern professional counselors is covered in these two journal issues. The articles include: New York State Counselor Licensure: An Overview (Terry Bordan and Judith Ritterman); The Research and Publishing Process: A Rational Approach (A. Scott McGowan); The Student-Athlete Dichotomy: Helping Students Fulfill Their…

  13. Intergenerational Family Characteristics of Counselor Trainees.

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    Lawson, David M.; Gaushell, Harper

    1991-01-01

    Compared intergenerational relationships of counselor trainees (n=125-232) and nonclinical sample (n=312-525). Counselor trainees reported healthier relationships with their parents and spouses concerning intergenerational triangulation, intergenerational intimidation and spousal fusion and less healthy relationships with spouses and children on…

  14. Wellness of Minority Female Counselor Educators

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    Shillingford, M. Ann; Trice-Black, Shannon; Butler, S. Kent

    2013-01-01

    Minority female counselor educators are faced with numerous challenges. This qualitative study revealed that for female minority counselor educators, these challenges continue to negatively affect their professional and personal experiences. It is through operational wellness practices and optimal balance and functioning that minority female…

  15. Counselor-Client Similarity and Referral Bias

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    Kunce, Joseph; Anderson, Wayne

    1970-01-01

    Based on ratings by classmates, counselors were dicotomized according to probability of being referred agitated or constrained clients. Counselors to whom the former were referred had higher MMPI scores on D and Pt scales and lower scores on Es scales. (Author)

  16. Extending Multicultural Counselor Competence to Sexual Orientation.

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    Bidell, Markus Paul

    The purpose of this study was to develop and establish psychometric properties of the Sexual Orientation Counselor Scale (SOCS), an instrument assessing the awareness, skills, and knowledge of counselors working with lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) populations. The sample consisted of 287 undergraduates, master-level students, doctoral-level…

  17. Do Counselors on Alcohol and Drugs Help?

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    Aanes, David

    1974-01-01

    In a study undertaken at a state hospital to determine quantitative influence of counselors on drug and alcohol problems, counselors had a significant impact on the patients' admission rates, their length of time in the hospital, their length of time back in the community, and their rates of readmission. (Author)

  18. Legislation Vs. Obligation: Regarding Counselor Responsibility

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    Krause, Frank H.

    1970-01-01

    Employment service and vocational counselors must be aware of future technological trends. In counseling the unemployed the interviewer should focus on manhood rather than manpower. Employment counselors have a commitment to implement a positive course of action through role playing, psychodrama, audiovisual tapes showing how to take job…

  19. Professional Counselors Licensure Preparation Study Session Booklet.

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    Richardson, Julia K.

    This study guide, designed to help counselors prepare for the Virginia Professional Counselor License Application, provides a review of counseling techniques and procedures, evaluation and appraisal procedures, and group theories and techniques. Other topics reviewed in the materials include professional identity, function and ethics, and abnormal…

  20. The Flipped Classroom in Counselor Education

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    Moran, Kristen; Milsom, Amy

    2015-01-01

    The flipped classroom is proposed as an effective instructional approach in counselor education. An overview of the flipped-classroom approach, including advantages and disadvantages, is provided. A case example illustrates how the flipped classroom can be applied in counselor education. Recommendations for implementing or researching flipped…

  1. The Role of the School Counselor.

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    Cunanan, Esmeralda S.; Maddy-Bernstein, Carolyn

    1994-01-01

    The School-to-Work Opportunities Act of 1994 emphasizes counselor involvement in improving the academic, career, and occupational opportunities of all students. This paper focuses on the problem of defining the role of the school counselor and provides a review of the literature in three areas: (1) student counselees and their needs; (2) the…

  2. Eating Disorders: The School Counselor's Role.

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    Omizo, Sharon A.; Omizo, Michael M.

    1992-01-01

    Discusses role of school counselor in providing assistance to students who may be at risk for developing anorexia nervosa and bulimia and students who already display behaviors and physical symptoms of either of these illnesses. Addresses specific concerns regarding intervention strategies used by the school counselor in the student's recovery…

  3. Toward Developing a Behavioral Counselor Education Model

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    Jakubowski Spector, Patricia; And Others

    1971-01-01

    Counselor education currently does not have a training model that is systematically employed and contains provisions for individual differences or promotes the development of programs for facilitating transfer of training. In the proposed model, counselor educators must decide which of the counseling student's behaviors will become the focus of…

  4. A Survey of Counselor Educators' Ethical Concerns.

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    Schwab, Reiko; Neukrug, Edward

    1994-01-01

    To survey their ethical concerns, counselor educators were asked to respond to a series of vignettes. The majority of respondents expressed satisfaction with the current ethical standards of the American Counseling Association, although slightly over half indicated that ethical standards specifically applicable to counselor education would be…

  5. Are You a Legally Literate School Counselor?

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    Hall, Kimberly R.; Rushing, Jeri L.; Beale, Andrew V.

    2010-01-01

    This exercise is designed to assist school counselors in assessing their knowledge of prevalent ethical and legal issues within the school setting. The aim is to highlight emerging legal and ethical dilemmas and motivate counselors to stay abreast of specific school rules and policies, as well as keep a basic understanding of state and federal…

  6. Commonalities in Values among Mental Health Counselors.

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    Consoli, Andres J.; Williams, Laurie M.

    1999-01-01

    Mental-health counselors (N=161) from Buenos Aires, Argentina, who ascribed to distinct theoretical orientations were surveyed with regard to their personal and mental-health values. This study provides further empirical input on what the values commonalities are even among counselors who profess distinct theoretical orientations and have a…

  7. Federal Information Resources for Professional Counselors

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    Lum, Christine

    2005-01-01

    The Federal government supports many information clearinghouses and research institutions that produce free and low-cost publications and materials that can support and enric working as a professional counselor. This sourcebook is designed to help counselors tap into and take greater advantage of these resources.

  8. Beliefs of Counselor Trainees about Forgiveness

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    Ebru Ikiz, Fatma; Mete-Otlu, Bahar; Asici, Esra

    2015-01-01

    Counselors might be able to help clients to forgive after interpersonal hurts and one of the first tasks of working toward forgiveness with clients is helping them understand exactly what forgiveness means. However, a counselor who wants to use forgiveness in his/her work must first know what forgiveness is, what forgiveness is not, and which…

  9. Rural School Counselors and LGBTQ Students

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    Robertson, Phyllis K.; Full, Jennifer

    2015-01-01

    The pathways employed school counselors take for continuing their education beyond graduate school on issues of diversity may be somewhat limited in rural areas and the perception may be that few lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning students exist in rural schools. School counselors have an ethical and legal obligation to…

  10. The Counselor's Role: A Cooperative Exploration.

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    Warthen, Mary Ann; Carson, W. E.

    The basic format of the conference incorporated orientation to student needs and to the proper utilization of professional talent, visual simulations of counselor roles, and exercise in group consensus, and a reaction panel. To present a picture of what the counselor should be doing from the viewpoint of student needs, Dr. Walter Busby spoke on…

  11. Getting Your Counselor to Support Technology Education

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    Preble, Brian C.

    2016-01-01

    Is there a disconnect between counselors and educators in technology and vocational education? What is counseling, and what is a school counselor's role in a secondary school setting? How can one work with his or her guidance staff to ensure that students better understand your course offerings? The development of relationships, knowledge, and…

  12. Special Education - The Counselor's Job Too.

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    Matthay, Eileen R.; Tarasuk, Paul

    This paper presents an inservice program for school counselors--or for a school counselor and a special educator--to work together to teach regular educators and other school personnel how to work more effectively with special needs students. The method may also be used by an individual educator to improve his/her skills in working with special…

  13. The School Counselor's Role with Mainstreamed Students.

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    Bruyere, Donna

    The expanded role of the school counselor as "mainstreaming facilitator" is discussed in the context of the needs and characteristics of mainstreamed handicapped students. Topics addressed include the following: (1) counselor attitudes toward handicapped students and their parents; (2) the learning problems and behavioral characteristics of…

  14. The Teachers That Oklahoma Students Deserve: Recommendations from National Board Certified Teachers[R] and Administrators on How to Support and Staff High-Needs Schools

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    Berry, Barnett; Rasberry, Melissa

    2006-01-01

    Studies continue to surface a disheartening fact: while research shows that teachers are key to closing achievement gaps, poor and minority students as well as those in low-performing schools are far less likely to have access to the most experienced and qualified teachers. For instance, although National Board Certified Teachers (NBCTs) are…

  15. Co-Teaching and Team Teaching: Promising Opportunities for Supporting Novice Special Education Teachers within the School Culture. Induction Insights. Supporting Special Education Teachers-Administrators [AII-10

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    National Center to Inform Policy and Practice in Special Education Professional Development, 2010

    2010-01-01

    A collaborative school context can support novice special education teachers. Co-teaching and team teaching represent collaborative opportunities that can counteract the historic isolation of special education teachers. Co-teaching and team teaching--the focus of this Brief--also have the potential for supporting novice teacher socialization in…

  16. Collaborative Behaviors Practiced by Teachers and Their Administrators Resulting in Increased California High School Exit Exam Pass Rates for Students with Learning Disabilities

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    Everett, Katherine E.

    2013-01-01

    Purpose. The purpose of this replication study was to describe the extent to which seven collaborative behaviors were demonstrated by general education teachers assigned students with disabilities, education specialists, and their administrators in selected California high schools that exceeded the state average pass rate for 10th-grade students…

  17. School Principals' Perceptions of Ethically Just Responses to a Teacher Sexting Vignette: Severity of Administrator Response, Principals' Personality, and Offender Gender and Race

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    Wagner, Kenneth

    2012-01-01

    Site level administrators make decisions during the course of a day that have ethical dimensions that challenge their personal values and ethics. This study examined the extent to which particular factors would affect principals' and vice principals' judgments of the ethicality of sanctions given a teacher who had been sending sexually…

  18. Views of Academicians, School Administrators, and Teachers Regarding the Use of E-Portfolios in Transition from Elementary Education to Secondary Education

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    Ada, Sibel; Tanberkan Suna, Hande; Elkonca, Fuat

    2016-01-01

    The general purpose of this study is to determine the views of academicians, school administrators, and teachers regarding the effects that can emerge from the use of e-portfolios as alongside the central joint exam in the transition from elementary education to secondary education. This research is a case study type from among the qualitative…

  19. Examining Perceptions of Administrators, Teachers, Parents, and Community Residents about Advantages and Disadvantages of Consolidating Two High Schools in a School District in Central Pennsylvania

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    Ackell, Robert J.

    2013-01-01

    This mixed methods triangulation approach examined the perceptions of administrators, teachers, parents, and community residents about a consideration of a secondary school consolidation in a school district in central Pennsylvania. These groups are referred to as "stakeholders" in this study. The purpose of this research was to develop…

  20. STEM High School Administrators', Teachers', and Students' Perceptions of Curricular and Instructional Strategies and Practices

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    Bruce-Davis, Micah N.; Gubbins, E. Jean; Gilson, Cindy M.; Villanueva, Merzili; Foreman, Jennifer L.; Rubenstein, Lisa DaVia

    2014-01-01

    The present qualitative study was conducted in response to federal initiatives aimed at increasing the number of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) schools in the United States; and to better understand STEM high school administrators', teachers', and students' perceptions of the characteristics of the…

  1. The Impact of Library Media Specialists on Students and How It Is Valued by Administrators and Teachers: Findings from the Latest Studies in Colorado and Idaho

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    Francis, Briana Hovendick; Lance, Keith Curry

    2011-01-01

    School library media specialists wear many hats within their school libraries, classrooms, and districts. Whether these roles are formally acknowledged or not, library media specialists (LMSs) are functioning as co-teachers, curriculum designers, website managers, technology troubleshooters, administrators, and in-service staff development…

  2. The Arts--A Missing Link in the Basic Curriculum. A Process Manual to Integrate the Arts into the Elementary School Curriculum for Administrators, Teachers and Community Members.

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    Link, Kathryn Gerlach

    Cited as a model project for the state of Vermont, this process model helps administrators, teachers, and community members integrate the arts into the elementary school curriculum. Arranged into 10 sections, the introduction in part 1 outlines the development of the program. Three major project goals are stated in section 2 and section 3 is an…

  3. School Improvement Model--A Total Systems Approach to Teacher, Administrator, and Student Performance Evaluation. Occasional Paper No. 84-1.

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    Broughton, Valerie J.

    The purpose of the School Improvement Model (SIM) Project is to investigate the links between systematically developed teacher performance evaluation, administrator performance evaluation, staff development interventions, and the quality of education as measured by student achievement results. Following the 4th year of the 5-year study,…

  4. Occupational turnover intentions among substance abuse counselors.

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    Rothrauff, Tanja C; Abraham, Amanda J; Bride, Brian E; Roman, Paul M

    2011-01-01

    This study examined predictor, moderator, and mediator variables of occupational turnover intention (OcTI) among substance abuse counselors. Data were obtained via questionnaires from 929 counselors working in 225 private substance abuse treatment (SAT) programs across the United States. Hierarchical multiple regression models were conducted to assess predictor, moderator, and mediator variables of OcTI. OcTI scores were relatively low on a 7-point scale, indicating that very few counselors definitely intended to leave the SAT field. Age, certification, positive perceptions of procedural and distributive justice, and hospital-based status negatively predicted OcTI. Counselors' substance use disorder-impacted history moderated the association between organizational commitment and OcTI. Organizational turnover intention partially mediated the link between organizational commitment and OcTI. Workforce stability might be achieved by promoting perceptions of advantages to working in a particular treatment program, having organizational commitment, showing appreciation for counselors' work, and valuing employees from diverse backgrounds.

  5. Comparative Perceptions of Counselor Behavior: A Replication and Extension

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    LaCrosse, Michael B.

    1977-01-01

    This study investigated comparative perceptions of counselor behavior. There was greater agreement between clients and observers than between clients and counselors and counselors and observers on four dimensions. The data suggested the existence of a common factor of perceived counselor behavior. (Author)

  6. Gender Differences in Counselors' Attitudes toward and Attributions about Incest.

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    Adams, Eve M.; Betz, Nancy E.

    1993-01-01

    Examined extent to which offender's, victim's, and counselor's gender were related to 111 counselors' attributions about and attitudes toward cases of incest. Found no significant differences as function of either victim or offender gender. Female counselors had broader definitions of incest than did male counselors and were less likely to view…

  7. School Counselor Dispositions as Predictors of Data Usage

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    Holcomb-McCoy, Cheryl; Gonzalez, Ileana; Johnston, Georgina

    2009-01-01

    This article examined school counselor dispositions (e.g., general self-efficacy, counselor self-efficacy, openness to change, commitment to counseling improvement/professional development) that predict data usage among K-12 professional school counselors. For the study, 130 professional school counselors from Maryland and Virginia completed the…

  8. School Counselors and Child Abuse Reporting: A National Survey

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    Bryant, Jill K.

    2009-01-01

    A study was done to investigate school counselors' child abuse reporting behaviors and perceptions regarding the child abuse reporting process. Participants were randomly selected from the American School Counselor Association membership database with 193 school counselors returning questionnaires. Overall, school counselors indicated that they…

  9. School Counselor Use of Peer Nominations to Identify Victims of Bullying

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    Cornell, Dewey; Huang, Francis

    2015-01-01

    This study examined the use of peer nominations to identify victims of bullying in a sample of 7,889 students (grades 3-12). The overwhelming majority reported positive responses to the survey process, which used a randomized design for online or paper administration. School counselors interviewed students who had three or more nominations and saw…

  10. A Competency-Based Approach to Hiring School Counselors, Psychologists and Social Workers

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    O'Hara, Dennis P.; Probst, Carolyn J.

    2016-01-01

    Hiring decisions offer an immense opportunity for school leaders to influence the trajectory of their organizations in the immediate and long-term. However, very few school administrators have appropriate training, if any at all, in how to select the best candidates. Effective hiring for school counselors, psychologists, and social workers…

  11. The School Counselors' Ideas on Features, Determinant and Intervention on Child Negligence and Abuse Cases

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    Usakli, Hakan

    2012-01-01

    It is sad to know that many of the child negligence and child abuse cases, which are being frequently encountered in the society today, still remains unknown. This perhaps is due to lack of information on the part of the administrators, school counselors and other related bodies in the management of such cases. In this study, 50 school counselors…

  12. K-12 Students, Teachers, Parents, Administrators and Higher Education Faculty: Partners Helping Rural Disadvantaged Students Stay on the Pathway to a Geoscience Career

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    Slattery, W.; Antonucci, C.; Myers, R. J.

    2013-12-01

    The National Science Foundation funded project K-12 Students, Teachers, Parents, Administrators and Higher Education Faculty: Partners Helping Rural Disadvantaged Students Stay on the Pathway to a Geoscience Career is a research-based proof of concept track 1 pilot project that tests the effectiveness of an innovative model for simultaneous K-12 teacher professional development, student learning and workforce development. The project builds a network of science experiences designed to keep eighth and ninth grade students from the Ripley, Union, Lewis, Huntington (RULH) Ohio school district on the path to a geoscience career. During each summer of the ongoing two-year project teams of RULH students, parents, teachers, administrators and college faculty traveled to the facilities of the New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium at Sandy Hook, New Jersey to study science from an Earth system perspective. Teachers had the opportunity to engage in professional development alongside their students. Parents participated in the science activities alongside their children. Administrators interacted with students, parents and their teachers and saw them all learning science in an engaging, collaborative setting. During the first academic year of the project professional development was provided to RULH teachers by a team of university scientists and geoscience educators from the Earth System Science Education Alliance (ESSEA), a National Science Foundation funded project. Teachers selected for professional development were from science disciplines, mathematics, language arts and civics. The teachers selected, taught and assessed ESSEA Earth system science modules to all eighth and ninth grade students, not just those that were selected to go on the summer trips to New Jersey. In addition, all ninth grade RULH students had the opportunity to take a course that includes Earth system science concepts that will earn them both high school and college science credits. Professional

  13. The Making of a Weak Teacher: A Preposterous Notion about the Role of Administrators in Crafting an Unsupportive Work Environment

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    Gruenert, Steve W.; McDaniel, Terry M.

    2009-01-01

    It would be difficult to imagine any first-year teacher had aspirations of becoming a weak teacher. Most individuals hired as teachers have the ability to do a good job and want to do a good job. So how is it that some become ineffective? The authors contend that school leaders make them that way. Consider this preposterous notion: School leaders…

  14. Feedback on Teaching from Observations of Teaching: What Do Administrators Say and What Do Teachers Think about It?

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    Khachatryan, Edit

    2015-01-01

    Teachers crave yet rarely receive qualitative performance feedback. Though student feedback has been studied, we know little about what kinds of feedback are useful to teachers for improving practice. This study begins to address the need in research on the nature of feedback teachers receive from classroom observations as well as on how teachers…

  15. [Social control of the Single Health System: what think the municipal health counselors].

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    Zambon, Vera Dib; Ogata, Márcia Niituma

    2013-12-01

    This study uses a qualitative approach based on semi-structured interview for analyzing the social control perspective of health counselors, considering that there are still challenges for the consolidation of community participation. It was identified that some counselors do not recognize the social participation as a Single Health System directive. Despite the recognition of the councils as deliberative spaces, there are difficulties such as the centralization of decisions in the management, an over evaluation of technical knowledge and lack of health conferences. There are limitations on the exercise of effective advisory role because of the influence of the municipal administration, difficulties of communication with the bases of representation and access to information. It is concluded that it is necessary to search for the strengthening of social control to highlight the continuing health education for empowerment of counselors inside the councils established by the Health Pact.

  16. Doorways II: Community Counselor Training Manual on School-Related Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Response

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    US Agency for International Development, 2009

    2009-01-01

    The Doorways training program was designed by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Safe Schools Program (Safe Schools) to enable teachers, community members and students to prevent and respond to school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV). Doorways II was designed for community counselors to prevent and respond to…

  17. Doorways II: Community Counselor Reference Materials. On School-Related Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Response

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    US Agency for International Development, 2009

    2009-01-01

    The Doorways training program was designed by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Safe Schools Program (Safe Schools) to enable teachers, community members and students to prevent and respond to school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV). This booklet, "Doorways II: Community Counselor Reference Materials on…

  18. Burnout and Job Satisfaction in Rehabilitation Administrators and Direct Service Providers.

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    Riggar, T. F.; And Others

    1984-01-01

    Compared levels of burnout and job satisfaction in 124 rehabilitation counselors and 115 administrators, using the Maslach Burnout Inventory and the Muthard and Miller Job Satisfaction Inventory. Results showed administrators reported higher levels of job satisfaction than counselors and that an inverse relationship existed between job…

  19. Professional Learning Communities: A Promising Practice for Integrating Novice Special Education Teachers into the School Culture. Induction Insights. Supporting Special Education Teachers-Administrators [AII-09

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    National Center to Inform Policy and Practice in Special Education Professional Development, 2010

    2010-01-01

    Positive climates that encourage professional growth and teacher collaboration can bolster the impact of induction programs and may influence novice special education teachers' decisions to remain in teaching. As you plan induction programs, consider how Professional Learning Communities--the topic of this Brief--may be used to integrate special…

  20. Native and Nonnative English-Speaking English as a Second Language Teachers: Student Attitudes, Teacher Self-Perceptions, and Intensive English Administrator Beliefs and Practices

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    Moussu, Lucie M.

    2006-01-01

    The number of learners of English as an international means of communication increases hand in hand with the number of nonnative English-speaking teachers (NNESTs) of English as a Second Language (ESL) and the number of Native English-Speaking ESL teachers (NESTs). At the same time, scholars (Kamhi-Stein, 1999; Liu, 1999; Llurda, 2005) have…

  1. A qualitative evaluation of a breastfeeding peer counselor program.

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    Meier, Emily R; Olson, Beth H; Benton, Patricia; Eghtedary, Kobra; Song, Won O

    2007-08-01

    The Breastfeeding Initiative program is a collaboration between the Michigan Department of Community Health (Women, Infants, and Children Division) and Michigan State University Extension. It aims to increase breastfeeding rates among low-income women through the use of peer counselors. The study's purpose was to identify the program's strengths, operation procedures, and improvement areas from participants' and peer counselors' perspectives. Six focus groups were conducted: 3 of peer counselors and 3 of program participants. Findings revealed that peer counselors and participants were satisfied with the quality of services due to emotional and practical assistance and breast pumps provided by peer counselors. Peer counselors' job satisfaction was explained positively by the intrinsic rewards of helping others and negatively by perceived inadequate resources and recognition. Operating procedures varied greatly. Possible improvements include expanding services, providing peer counselors with additional support, and standardizing peer counselor operating procedures. The peer counselor model can effectively support low-income breastfeeding women.

  2. Administrative Support.

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    Doran, Dorothy; And Others

    This guide is intended to assist business education teachers in administrative support courses. The materials presented are based on the Arizona validated occupational competencies and tasks for the occupations of receptionist, secretary, and administrative assistant. Word processing skills have been infused into each of the three sections. The…

  3. Sexuality and Aging: An Overview for Counselors.

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    Capuzzi, Dave

    1982-01-01

    Discusses male and female sexual response in aging adults. Describes common medical problems and their relationship to sexuality in older adults. Considers common surgeries including hysterectomy, mastectomy, and prostatectomy and sexuality in older adults. Discusses implications for counselors. (RC)

  4. Synergistic Man: Outcome Model for Counselors

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    Rousseve, Ronald J.

    1973-01-01

    Drawing on the insights of Ruth Benedict and Abraham Maslow in their search for an ethical gauge by which to rate personal-social health, this article proposes synergistic man'' as the desired outcome model for counselors. (Author)

  5. A Counselor's Primer on Postpartum Depression.

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    Pfost, Karen S.; And Others

    1990-01-01

    Notes that women are particularly vulnerable to depression during the postpartum period. Distinguishes postpartum depression from normal postpartum adjustment, postpartum blues, and postpartum psychosis. Describes biological, psychodynamic, and diathesis-stress perspectives on postpartum depression. Encourages counselors to fashion individualized…

  6. Reducing substance abuse risk factors among children through a teacher as facilitator program.

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    McLaughlin, R J; McClanahan, K K; Holcomb, J D; Gibbins, A D; Smith, Q W; Vlasak, J W; Kingery, P M

    1993-01-01

    A Teachers as Facilitators (TAF) Program used classroom teachers as leaders of small groups that promoted social, emotional, and academic development of children at high risk of adopting potentially destructive substance abuse patterns. The program was intended to increase participating students' positive socialization experiences and academic achievement by successfully integrating these students into the school's social system. A longer-range goal was to increase students' sense of worth as it affects their attitudes toward relationships with other people and academic demands. Program results were: 1) school personnel were found capable of accurately identifying and referring to the TAF Program children who were at risk of substance usage and in need of assistance; 2) the TAF Program was effective in improving at-risk students' perceived academic self-concept, but was less effective in increasing students' perceived sense of social support; and 3) the program was endorsed by participating teachers, counselors, and administrators. PMID:8340836

  7. The Effects of Counselor-Client Predicate Use Similarity on Counselor Attractiveness.

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    Dorn, Fred J.

    1983-01-01

    Counselor predicate use similarity in a social psychological context was considered in a study involving 180 college students. Results failed to support the hypothesis that clients perceive counselors with similar predicate preferences as more attractive or that predicate similarity in natural language is too subtle to detect. (JAC)

  8. Deciphering the Diagnostic Codes: A Guide for School Counselors. Practical Skills for Counselors.

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    Jones, W. Paul

    Although school counselors have more contact with children and adolescents than most other human service professionals, they are frequently left out of discussions on diagnostic coding. Ways in which school counselors can use the codes in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders IV (DSM-IV) are explored in this text. The book…

  9. Rehabilitation Counselor Hypothesis Testing: The Role of Negative Information, Client Disability, and Counselor Experience.

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    Strohmer, Douglas C.

    1995-01-01

    Examines the way that rehabilitation counselors (n=41) select information to test a hypothesis about a client. Consistent with previous research, rehabilitation counselors systematically noted more negative client information when presented with equal numbers of equivalently weighted positive and negative client factors. (JPS)

  10. Mexican-American Acculturation, Counselor Ethnicity, Counseling Style, and Perceived Counselor Credibility.

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    Ponce, Francisco Q.; Atkinson, Donald R.

    1989-01-01

    Used 3 X 2 X 2 factorial design to study effects of acculturation (low, medium, or high), counselor ethnicity (Anglo-American or Mexican-American) and counseling style (directive or nondirective) on 169 Mexican-American subjects' perceptions of and willingness to see counselor. Subjects gave higher credibility ratings and were more willing to see…

  11. Effects of Counselor Race and Counseling Approach on Asian Americans' Perceptions of Counselor Credibility and Utility

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    Atkinson, Donald R.; And Others

    1978-01-01

    Two studies are described in which Asian Americans rated a counselor's performance in a simulated counseling session with an Asian American student. The counselor was rated as more credible and approachable when employing a directive counseling approach than when using a nondirective counseling approach. (Author/MFD)

  12. Exploring Perceptions of Advocacy of Professional School Counselors and School Counselors-in-Training

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    Chibbaro, Julia S.; Cao, Li

    2008-01-01

    Professional school counselors in the 21st century are challenged to respond to the individual needs of their students as well as responding to the needs of families and communities. In 2003, the American School Counseling Association's (ASCA) National Model addressed advocacy as one of its' themes. Counselors-in-training and professional school…

  13. The Relationship of Cognitive Development Level, Supervision, and Counselor Skills in Preparing Counselors

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    Jensen, Margaret Jean

    2011-01-01

    The focus of this study was the exploration of specific developmental dimensions that may have an impact on the counselor training process, which ultimately will affect the quality of care offered by counselors to clients. Specifically, the relationship of cognitive developmental level and counseling competency skills was examined to determine if…

  14. 24 CFR 206.308 - Continuing education requirements of counselors listed on the HECM Counselor Roster.

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    ... 24 Housing and Urban Development 2 2011-04-01 2011-04-01 false Continuing education requirements... LOAN INSURANCE PROGRAMS UNDER NATIONAL HOUSING ACT AND OTHER AUTHORITIES HOME EQUITY CONVERSION MORTGAGE INSURANCE HECM Counselor Roster § 206.308 Continuing education requirements of counselors...

  15. 24 CFR 206.308 - Continuing education requirements of counselors listed on the HECM Counselor Roster.

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    2010-04-01

    ... 24 Housing and Urban Development 2 2010-04-01 2010-04-01 false Continuing education requirements... LOAN INSURANCE PROGRAMS UNDER NATIONAL HOUSING ACT AND OTHER AUTHORITIES HOME EQUITY CONVERSION MORTGAGE INSURANCE HECM Counselor Roster § 206.308 Continuing education requirements of counselors...

  16. Adult Children of Divorce and Relationship Education: Implications for Counselors and Counselor Educators

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    Johnson, Veronica I.

    2011-01-01

    This article explores the impact of relationship education on young adults' optimism about relationships and attitudes toward marriage whose parents were divorced and offers implications and suggestions for counselors and counselor educators. Previous research in the area of intimate and family relationships has demonstrated that adults who have…

  17. Brief Counseling That Works: A Solution-Focused Approach for School Counselors. Practical Skills for Counselors.

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    Sklare, Gerald B.

    School counselors often face large caseloads of students and cannot spend hours of time addressing each student's problems using traditional approaches. With this in mind, step-by-step instructions on how to use solution-focused brief counseling (SFBC) with elementary and secondary students is provided here. School counselors can utilize this…

  18. Consensual Faculty--Student Sexual Relationships in Counselor Education: Recommendations for Counselor Educators' Decision Making

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    Kress, Victoria E; Dixon, Andrea

    2007-01-01

    The authors explore the issue of consensual sexual relationships between counselor educators and students. The American Counseling Association's (2005) "ACA Code of Ethics" is consulted, and the complex issues associated with these relationships are discussed. A case example is provided that generates suggestions to guide counselor educators'…

  19. Counselors as Caregivers: The Validation of the Counselor Caregiving Questionnaire (CCQ)

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    Fitch, Jenelle C.

    2008-01-01

    This research is a validation study of the Counselor Caregiving Questionnaire (CCQ). Doctoral-level students (N = 188) in clinical and counseling psychology training programs completed the following questionnaires: (a) Counselor Caregiving Questionnaire (Fitch & Pistole, 2006), (b) Relationship Questionnaire (Bartholomew & Horowitz, 1991), (c)…

  20. Early Career School Counselors' Training Perspectives: Implications for School Counselor Educators

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    Slaten, Christopher D.; Scalise, Dominick A.; Gutting, Krystle; Baskin, Thomas W.

    2013-01-01

    The current study examined early career professional school counselors' experiences related to their work as mental health professionals in schools. Nine individuals participated in qualitative interviews that were analyzed using consensual qualitative research methods (Hill, 2012). All individuals were professional school counselors trained…

  1. School Counselor-Parent Collaborations: Parents' Perceptions of How School Counselors Can Meet Their Needs

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    Grubbs, Natalie Kane

    2013-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to gain a fuller understanding of the sort of assistance, support, or education parents feel they need from school counselors in parenting adolescents. The research question examined was: What sort of assistance, support, or education do independent school parents feel they need from school counselors in raising…

  2. Perceptions of Counselor Characteristics: Contributions of Counselor Sex, Experience, and Disclosure Level.

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    Merluzzi, Thomas V.; And Others

    1978-01-01

    Assessed effects of counselor sex, experience, and self-disclosure level on perceived expertness, attractiveness, and trustworthiness. Results indicated expert counselors were rated more expert than nonexpert. Female experts were rated more expert than female nonexperts, but male experts and nonexperts did not differ. High-disclosing counselors…

  3. A Comparison of the Ethical Beliefs of Certified Rehabilitation Counselors and National Certified Counselors

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    Tarvydas, V. M.; Leahy, M. J.; Saunders, J. L.

    2004-01-01

    Results of a national survey of certified rehabilitation counselors (CRCs) are compared with those obtained by Gibson and Pope (1993) from a national sample of national certified counselors (NCCs) to determine their beliefs about whether particular behaviors are ethical, and the degree of consensus or controversy about these behaviors.…

  4. Curriculum Guide for Adult Education Teachers.

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    Hammett, Earl Lee

    This curriculum guide for teachers of adult education is divided into three parts. The first offers an overview of adult basic education, the teacher as counselor, testing and evaluation, instructional procedures--physical environment and classroom management, techniques providing variety in instruction--discussions, demonstrations, projects,…

  5. An administrative concern: Science teachers' instructional efficacy beliefs regarding racially, culturally, economically, and linguistically diverse student populations

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    Tuck Bonner, Natalie Christine

    A teacher's sense of {instructional} efficacy has been considered a critical variable in student academic performance. Researchers Tschannen-Moran and Hoy Woolfolk (2001, p.783) defined teachers' {instructional} efficacy as a teacher's judgment of his or her capabilities to bring about desired outcomes of student engagement and learning, even among those students who may be difficult or unmotivated. There has been a substantial amount of research which reveals a strong correlation among teacher efficacy, teaching performance, and student achievement (Goddard & Goddard, et.al., 2000; Hackett; Hackett, 1995; Pajares, 1997 as cited in Villereal, 2005). This research study explored the content area of science and teacher's personal perception of their competency level in teaching science to all learners regardless of socio-economic, ethnicity/race or gender for grade levels Pre-K to 12. Lewthwaite states that a science teacher's personal teacher attributes or intrinsic factors such as science teaching self-efficacy, professional science knowledge, science teaching, instructional methodologies, interest in science, and motivation to teach science are critical dimensions and noted barriers in the delivery of science programs on elementary level campuses (Lewthwaite, Stableford & Fisher, 2001). This study focused on teacher instructional efficacy issues which may affect diverse learners' classroom and state-mandated assessment academic performance outcomes. A SPSS analysis of data was obtained from the following teacher survey instruments: The Bandura Teacher Efficacy Scale, the SEBEST, and the SETAKIST. Research findings revealed that a majority of science teachers surveyed believe they can effectively teach learners of diverse backgrounds, but responded with a sense of lower efficaciousness in teaching English Language Learners. There was also a statistically significant difference found between a state science organization and a national science organization

  6. Teachers and Administrators' Views on the Implementation of Career Stages in the Teaching Profession (Case of Turkey--Ankara)

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    Gulcan, Murat Gurkan

    2010-01-01

    The criteria for teachers' climbing the career steps have been determined with the Law No. 5204, which was enacted in 2004 after long debates about making a career in the teaching profession. In the preamble of the law, it is stated that "teachers' professional and personal development should be ensured on the basis of their seniority, education,…

  7. Not Cut out to Be an Administrator: Generations, Change, and the Career Transition from Teacher to Principal

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    Stone-Johnson, Corrie

    2014-01-01

    This article, based on qualitative interviews conducted between 2007-2008 with 12 middle-career educators in the greater Boston area in Massachusetts, details teachers' career and leadership aspirations in a context of educational change. The findings suggest that teachers who presently are in midcareer struggle with the move toward the…

  8. Evaluation of Green Dot's Locke Transformation Project: From the Perspective of Teachers and Administrators. CRESST Report 824

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    Herman, Joan L.; Wang, Jia; Ong, Christine; Straubhaar, Rolf; Schweig, Jon; Hsu, Vivian

    2013-01-01

    With funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, CRESST researchers conducted a multi-year evaluation of a major school reform project at Alain Leroy Locke High School, historically one of California's lowest performing secondary schools. We found the one-year teacher retention rate at GDL in 2010-2011 was 79%; Green Dot Locke teachers,…

  9. Administrative Issues Essential to Effective Teacher Education Partnerships between Universities and Community Colleges: From Curriculum Mapping to Memoranda of Understanding.

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    Houck, Jean

    This paper describes how a comprehensive university and area community college in the highly populated, diverse Los Angeles Basin, collaboratively developed a standards-based program to prepare elementary teachers. California State University Long Beach (CSULB) prepares 600 new teachers a year, most of whom enter classrooms in the Los Angeles…

  10. Context Matters: Effects of Student Characteristics and Perceived Administrative and Parental Support on Teacher Self-Efficacy

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    Stipek, Deborah

    2012-01-01

    The cross-sectional study of factors predicting teacher self-efficacy involved surveys of 473 third- and fifth-grade, predominantly White female teachers in 196 schools. The schools served, on average, a relatively high proportion of students living in poverty and students of color. The findings indicate that the proportion of minority students in…

  11. Learning and the Brain: How Administrators Can Improve Teacher Effectiveness through Instruction on How the Brain Learns

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    Willis, Judith

    2004-01-01

    Brain-based teaching and learning focuses on how the brain learns best, and emerging brain research is a significant resource, but only if one knows how to use it as such. Teachers have the professional training and classroom experience to know first hand where there are problems in educational practices, but most teachers haven't been taught…

  12. An Exploration of Teachers' and Administrators' Perspectives: The Collaborative Process Using the Danielson Framework for Teaching Model

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    Landolfi, Adrienne M.

    2016-01-01

    As accountability measures continue to increase within education, public school systems have integrated standards-based evaluation systems to formally assess professional practices among educators. The purpose of this study was to explore the extent in which the communication process between evaluators and teachers impacts teacher performance…

  13. Applications of Course Management Systems in School Administration: Music Teacher Assessment through the Use of Digital Portfolios

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    Mergen, Izzet

    2013-01-01

    This researcher had two purposes. The investigator's purpose in this action research was to develop a working prototype of a music teacher digital portfolio within the Moodle environment, which included artifacts, as they relate to New York State's Annual Performance Review (APPR) legislation. The regulation on teacher evaluation is New…

  14. Construction, Administration and Validation of a Written and Oral Language Assessment in an Undergraduate Teacher Education Programme

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    Wilde, Jerry; Kreamelmeyer, Kathleen; Buckner, Brenda

    2009-01-01

    This article is a description of the process of constructing an assessment of written and oral language for pre-service teachers. This assessment was used prior to their formal admission into the teacher education programme. The rationale for this evaluation is presented along with the actual processes involved. Finally, comparisons are made…

  15. Defining Administrative Support and Its Relationship to the Attrition of Teachers of Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

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    Cancio, Edward J.; Albrecht, Susan Fread; Johns, Beverley H.

    2013-01-01

    Special education faces serious shortages of teachers, and the area of special education teaching with the greatest shortage is in the field emotional and behavioral disorders (EBD). This study was conducted to identify the perceptions of current teachers of students with EBD on the definition of and the extent and importance of administrative…

  16. Opening Pandora's Box: Texas Elementary Campus Administrators use of Educational Policy And Highly Qualified Classroom Teachers Professional Development through Data-informed Decisions for Science Education

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    Brown, Linda Lou

    Federal educational policy, No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, focused attention on America's education with conspicuous results. One aspect, highly qualified classroom teacher and principal (HQ), was taxing since states established individual accountability structures. The HQ impact and use of data-informed decision-making (DIDM) for Texas elementary science education monitoring by campus administrators, Campus Instruction Leader (CILs), provides crucial relationships to 5th grade students' learning and achievement. Forty years research determined improved student results when sustained, supported, and focused professional development (PD) for teachers is available. Using mixed methods research, this study applied quantitative and qualitative analysis from two, electronic, on-line surveys: Texas Elementary, Intermediate or Middle School Teacher Survey(c) and the Texas Elementary Campus Administrator Survey(c) with results from 22.3% Texas school districts representing 487 elementary campuses surveyed. Participants selected in random, stratified sampling of 5th grade teachers who attended local Texas Regional Collaboratives science professional development (PD) programs between 2003-2008. Survey information compared statistically to campus-level average passing rate scores on the 5th grade science TAKS using Statistical Process Software (SPSS). Written comments from both surveys analyzed with Qualitative Survey Research (NVivo) software. Due to the level of uncertainty of variables within a large statewide study, Mauchly's Test of Sphericity statistical test used to validate repeated measures factor ANOVAs. Although few individual results were statistically significant, when jointly analyzed, striking constructs were revealed regarding the impact of HQ policy applications and elementary CILs use of data-informed decisions on improving 5th grade students' achievement and teachers' PD learning science content. Some constructs included the use of data

  17. The Counselor and Exceptional Pupils; A Critical Review

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    Wyne, Marvin D.; Skjei, Priscilla

    1970-01-01

    This article suggests that school counselors do not deal systematically and consistently with exceptional children's needs. It appraises counselors' work with mentally retarded, emotionally disturbed, and gifted students. (Author)

  18. The Mentally Restored Client on Antipsychotic Medication: Counselor Considerations.

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    Schlenoff, David

    1979-01-01

    The article addresses the role of the rehabilitation counselor in assisting the discharged psychiatric patient on maintenance doses of antipsychotic medication. Suggestions are offered to the counselor to help maintain the client outside the hospital setting. (Author/PHR)

  19. What to Expect When Meeting with a Genetic Counselor

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    ... PDF What to Expect When Meeting With a Genetic Counselor Approved by the Cancer.Net Editorial Board , ... prevention, and treatment options and provide support. A genetic counselor’s training and certification A genetic counselor is ...

  20. Elevating Career Development in Counselor Education's Pecking Order.

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    Feller, Rich; Davies, Timothy Gray

    1999-01-01

    Presents a rationale for greater emphasis on career development in counselor education and training. Outlines 10 issues for better career-counselor training and 17 learner outcomes for training programs. (SK)

  1. Microcounseling and Imitation Learning: A Behavioral Approach to Counselor Education

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    Bellucci, JoAnn Elizabeth

    1972-01-01

    This article describes the counselor educator as a model who can combine positive reinforcement techniques, imitative learning, and microcounseling skills to share studnet-counselor development. Pertinent research and theory are reviewed. (Author)

  2. Women and Peers As Counselors: A Look at Client Preferences

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    Getz, Hilda G.; Miles, Johnnie H.

    1978-01-01

    This article deals with male and female college students' preferences for types of counselors for various problem areas. The results indicate a trend toward preferences for female and peer counselors, which may have implications for staffing counseling services centers. (Author)

  3. Self-Compassion: A Mentorship Framework for Counselor Educator Mothers

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    Solomon, Coralis; Barden, Sejal Mehta

    2016-01-01

    Counselor educators experience high levels of stress. Mothers in academia face an additional set of emotional stressors. The authors offer a self-compassion framework for mentors to increase emotional resilience of mothers in counselor education.

  4. Genetic Counselors in Startup Companies: Redefining the Genetic Counselor Role.

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    Rabideau, Marina M; Wong, Kenny; Gordon, Erynn S; Ryan, Lauren

    2016-08-01

    Genetic counselors (GCs) have recently begun moving into non-clinic based roles in increasing numbers. A relatively new role for GCs is working for startup companies. Startups are newly established companies in the phase of developing and researching new scalable businesses. This article explores the experiences of four GCs working at different startup companies and aims to provide resources for GCs interested in learning more about these types of roles. The article describes startup culture, including a relatively flat organizational structure, quick product iterations, and flexibility, among other unique cultural characteristics. Financial considerations are described, including how to understand and evaluate a company's financial status, along with a brief explanation of alternate forms of compensation including stock options and equity. Specifically, the article details the uncertainties and rewards of working in a fast-paced startup environment that affords opportunities to try new roles and use the genetic counseling skill set in new ways. This article aims to aid GCs in determining whether a startup environment would be a good fit, learning how to evaluate a specific startup, and understanding how to market themselves for positions at startups.

  5. Genetic Counselors in Startup Companies: Redefining the Genetic Counselor Role.

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    Rabideau, Marina M; Wong, Kenny; Gordon, Erynn S; Ryan, Lauren

    2016-08-01

    Genetic counselors (GCs) have recently begun moving into non-clinic based roles in increasing numbers. A relatively new role for GCs is working for startup companies. Startups are newly established companies in the phase of developing and researching new scalable businesses. This article explores the experiences of four GCs working at different startup companies and aims to provide resources for GCs interested in learning more about these types of roles. The article describes startup culture, including a relatively flat organizational structure, quick product iterations, and flexibility, among other unique cultural characteristics. Financial considerations are described, including how to understand and evaluate a company's financial status, along with a brief explanation of alternate forms of compensation including stock options and equity. Specifically, the article details the uncertainties and rewards of working in a fast-paced startup environment that affords opportunities to try new roles and use the genetic counseling skill set in new ways. This article aims to aid GCs in determining whether a startup environment would be a good fit, learning how to evaluate a specific startup, and understanding how to market themselves for positions at startups. PMID:26801784

  6. Teacher Placement Services: An Evaluation.

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    Edson, William H.; Braun, Frank R.

    1984-01-01

    Surveyed 215 graduate teachers to examine job search methods and services used. Results indicated 78 percent of the respondents used the vacancy bulletin and 91 percent filed credentials with the career development office. Subjects who consulted with a placement counselor found employment more often than those who did not. (JAC)

  7. 12 CFR 367.16 - Ethics Counselor decisions.

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    ... 12 Banks and Banking 5 2014-01-01 2014-01-01 false Ethics Counselor decisions. 367.16 Section 367... POLICY SUSPENSION AND EXCLUSION OF CONTRACTOR AND TERMINATION OF CONTRACTS § 367.16 Ethics Counselor... disputed material facts, the Ethics Counselor shall base the decision on the facts as found, together...

  8. 12 CFR 367.16 - Ethics Counselor decisions.

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    ... 12 Banks and Banking 4 2011-01-01 2011-01-01 false Ethics Counselor decisions. 367.16 Section 367... POLICY SUSPENSION AND EXCLUSION OF CONTRACTOR AND TERMINATION OF CONTRACTS § 367.16 Ethics Counselor... disputed material facts, the Ethics Counselor shall base the decision on the facts as found, together...

  9. 12 CFR 367.16 - Ethics Counselor decisions.

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    2010-01-01

    ... 12 Banks and Banking 4 2010-01-01 2010-01-01 false Ethics Counselor decisions. 367.16 Section 367... POLICY SUSPENSION AND EXCLUSION OF CONTRACTOR AND TERMINATION OF CONTRACTS § 367.16 Ethics Counselor... disputed material facts, the Ethics Counselor shall base the decision on the facts as found, together...

  10. Substance Abuse Prevention and Intervention: An Expanded Perspective for Counselors.

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    Schmidt, John J.

    1994-01-01

    Suggests that a successful "war" on alcohol and other drug abuse requires cooperation among counselors and other helping professionals, beginning among professional counselors. View of counselors' roles must be expanded, as well as those of schools, government agencies, law enforcement officials, health professionals, and recreational specialists.…

  11. Learning to Teach: Teaching Internships in Counselor Education and Supervision

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    Hunt, Brandon; Gilmore, Genevieve Weber

    2011-01-01

    In an effort to ensure the efficacy of preparing emerging counselors in the field, CACREP standards require that by 2013 all core faculty at accredited universities have a doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision. However, literature suggests that a disparity may exist in the preparation of counselor educators and the actual…

  12. Integrating Personal and Career Counseling: A Challenge for Counselors.

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    Imbimbo, Patricia V.

    1994-01-01

    Argues for use of eclectic career counseling model that embraces both personality and career development theories. Notes that model requires counselor to be able to move back and forth between active and directive role of career counselor and facilitative and exploratory role of personal counselor. Presents case to demonstrate model's application…

  13. Effects of Order of Presentation on Perceptions of the Counselor.

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    Newman, Jody L.; Fuqua, Dale R.

    1992-01-01

    Examined whether order in which two counselors were presented on videotape would affect ratings of their performances. Seventy subjects viewed and rated counseling interviews conducted by Carl Rogers and Everett Shostrom. Groups differed only in order of presentation of counselors. Found that order in which counselors were evaluated significantly…

  14. Perceived and Measured Needs Levels of Counselor Education Students

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    Loesch, Larry C.; Weikel, William J.

    1976-01-01

    Because the counseling profession places high value on counselors possessing accurate self-awareness, this study investigated the differences and relationships between counselor education students' self-perceived and measured needs levels. A sample of 107 counselor students estimated their needs levels and then completed the Personality Research…

  15. School Counselors' Perceptions of Competency in Career Counseling

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    Morgan, Leann Wyrick; Greenwaldt, Mary Ellen; Gosselin, Kevin P.

    2014-01-01

    The National Office for School Counselor Advocacy stated that secondary students need better support from professional school counselors when making decisions regarding their postsecondary education and career. The present qualitative study explored school counselors' perceptions of competence in the area of career counseling, and resulted in the…

  16. Opinions of Counselor Candidates Regarding Counseling Skills Training

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    Aladag, Mine; Yaka, Baris; Koç, Ismet

    2014-01-01

    The aim of this study is to contribute to the enhancement of the quality of counseling skills training and counselor education through the medium of understanding the opinions of counselor candidates regarding counseling skills training. The research group consisted of 67 counselor candidates who voluntarily participated in the study. The research…

  17. GSR Feedback as an Aid in Developing Counselor Empathy.

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    Edwin, Scott I.; Growick, Bruce

    1982-01-01

    Evaluated the effectiveness of Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) feedback in developing empathy in novice counselors. Results suggest training with biofeedback was associated with more affective responding by the counselor but did not facilitate counselor communication of understanding of clients' concerns, nor was a pervasive increase in perceptual…

  18. 76 FR 80741 - TRICARE: Certified Mental Health Counselors

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    ... of the Secretary 32 CFR Part 199 TRICARE: Certified Mental Health Counselors AGENCY: Office of the... accordance with Section 717 of the NDAA 2008, that would allow licensed or certified mental health counselors... services. Under current TRICARE requirements, mental health counselors (MHCs) are authorized to...

  19. 12 CFR 367.16 - Ethics Counselor decisions.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

    2012-01-01

    ... 12 Banks and Banking 5 2012-01-01 2012-01-01 false Ethics Counselor decisions. 367.16 Section 367... POLICY SUSPENSION AND EXCLUSION OF CONTRACTOR AND TERMINATION OF CONTRACTS § 367.16 Ethics Counselor... disputed material facts, the Ethics Counselor shall base the decision on the facts as found, together...

  20. 12 CFR 367.16 - Ethics Counselor decisions.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

    2013-01-01

    ... 12 Banks and Banking 5 2013-01-01 2013-01-01 false Ethics Counselor decisions. 367.16 Section 367... POLICY SUSPENSION AND EXCLUSION OF CONTRACTOR AND TERMINATION OF CONTRACTS § 367.16 Ethics Counselor... disputed material facts, the Ethics Counselor shall base the decision on the facts as found, together...