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    What stakeholders would you collaborate with as members of a group designed to help the school counselor develop a comprehensive school counseling program? Three stakeholders that I would collaborate with in order to develop a comprehensive school counseling program would include students, parents, and teachers. Each of these stakeholders would provide different, yet valuable information for the betterment of the school counseling program. How would you work with each of those members to develop your program? I would work with each stakeholder to collaborate in planning, organizing, and implementing programs, such as peer mediation, and interventions that would meet the needs of the identified students (Dollarhide & Saginak, 2012). I would…

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    and should not be taught in the school system but it time for those ideas to change. This would be done for the betterment of our children. Comprehensive sex education must be taught in junior high school. The students need to be educated on the changes that their bodies are going through and why those changes occur. This knowledge would help them to make the right decisions and learn the consequences of hasty actions. The school can lay the foundation and the parent can choose to go more…

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    I chose to use my comprehensive school counseling program notebook as my artifact that I created in Dr. Dixon’s School Counseling Programs because I believe it identifies the information needed to construct a developmentally appropriate academic, career and social/emotional counseling curriculum. The notebook illustrates the workable and useable knowledge, understanding, abilities, attitudes and skills that I have gained through the construction of the resource. This notebook will support my…

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    Now the question is, has the Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program (CSPAP) that has been implemented throughout different schools and school districts actually being affective to childhood obesity? I believe it has been effective as it relates to helping prevent childhood obesity. There isn’t an overall outcome data base where results determine whether the program is being effective or not but there are different ways that stakeholders evaluate the program to know if certain goals were…

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    The goal of the program is to support student achievement through a comprehensive and developmentally appropriate program. Additionally, students will work towards achieving their own educational, career, and personal/social goals, which will aid them in becoming vital members of our society. The intent is to provide counselors and administrators with a comprehensive program to implement best practices and student success. The three main elements of this program are based on standards…

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    SCHOOL COUNSELOR’S CAREER COUNSELING ROLE 2 Article Review Lapan, and, Withcomb (2012) used two types of data to examine the relationship between implementation of the Connecticut comprehensive model, and, student outcomes. First, school-level student outcome, and, demographic data were obtained from the Connecticut Department of Education website. Second, information about each high school’s school…

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    As part of the Wisconsin Comprehensive School Counseling Model (WCSCM), career planning is part of a threefold domain; including academics and personal/social needs. Career planning begins in kindergarten in the simplest of forms, such as, asking students what their parent’s occupations are and giving them examples of careers people have. In fourth grade, Hemlock Creek Elementary School students complete a Learner Resume. The student fill out their resume; including information on their…

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    Society expects sexual empowerment to be an individual responsibility; therefore, sexual education in schools does not aim to empower students about sexuality but rather to educate them on the basics and expect them to learn other information on their own. The way in which sexual empowerment is portrayed today makes it appear “as an individualistic notion of self-improvement and personal responsibility” (Grose, Grabe, & Kohfeldt, 2014), making it about the individual rather than an institutional…

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    Believe it or not, in 1940, the U.S. Public Health Service strongly advocated sexuality education in the schools, labeling it an "urgent need” (Pardini). Now, if one looks at a high school’s curriculum chances are he or she will find no evidence of a comprehensive sex education class. Unfortunately, sex education classes are not strongly advocated like they used to be. The controversy with comprehensive sex education classes in schools lies with parents who believe that they should be the ones…

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    “Don 't have sex, you will get pregnant and die!”, a well-known quote from the film comedy Mean Girls. While this quote is quite humorous, it is misleading and like many sex education courses provides an unclear message to adolescents. Young people are easily influenced by movies, and without a comprehensive sex education, they can make life changing mistakes. The way sex is massively shown in society today will not change; therefore, the form of sex education in schools must change. A…

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