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School Counseling, M.Ed.

Student Outcomes

Assessment of Student Outcomes

Outcome SC-A Multicultural Competence

School counselor candidates will exhibit multicultural competence by demonstrating their awareness of the impact that student diversity has on their practice in school settings.
Objective 8 School counseling program candidates will apply an understanding of diversity and equity issues in school counseling practice at the proficient level (MISC-2010.1.1.4).

Measure 1

2017 Status
Not Yet Achieved
The overall percent of students at the proficient level has gone down since the baseline report of 100% at the beginning of this review cycle; however, this represents 2 student of 13 who missed the mark of proficient as was assessed as developing rather than unsatisfactory.

Measure 2

2017 Status
Achieved
The overall percent of students at the proficient level has gone down since the baseline report of 100% at the beginning of this review cycle; however, this represents 1 student of 12 who missed the mark of proficient and was assessed by the instructor as developing rather than unsatisfactory. Additionally, note that the other indicators that measure this objective have not yet met the target, which explains why the status report is not yet achieved.

Measure 4

2018 Status
Not Yet Achieved
The baseline data from Winter 2017 was uploaded. As indicated when the measure was first drafted an N of 3 provided limited opportunities for making substantive conclusions; however, 100% of the students who completed the assessment indicated proficiency.

Objective 9 School counseling program candidates will apply an understanding of the role of diversity issues pertinent to the assessment and evaluation of individuals, groups, and specific populations at the proficient level (MISC-2010.1.2.1).

Measure 1

2018 Status
Not Yet Achieved
The overall percent of students at the proficient level has increased from 38.5 to 66.7.

Outcome SC-B Responsive Service Delivery

School counselor candidates will demonstrate the skills needed to deliver responsive services, including individual counseling, group counseling, referrals, and crisis intervention.
Objective 10 School counseling program candidates will utilize individual and small-group counseling approaches that promote school success through academic, career, and personal/social development at the proficient level (MISC-2010.1.4.1).

Measure 1

2018 Status
Not Yet Achieved
The overall percent of students at the proficient level has increased from 10 to 72.7.

Objective 11 School counseling program candidates will describe issues that may affect the development, well-being, and functioning of students at the proficient level (MISC-2010.1.4.2).
Objective 12 School counseling program candidates will develop strategies for assisting students with emotional and behavioral problems at the proficient level (MISC-2010.1.4.3).
Objective 13 School counseling program candidates will articulate theories, models, and processes of consultation at the proficient level (MISC-2010.1.4.6).
Objective 14 School counseling program candidates will model ethical behavior related specifically to the practice of school counseling at the proficient level (MISC-2010.1.4.10).

Outcome SC-C Professional School Counselor Identity

School counselor candidates will demonstrate their understanding of professional school counselor identity as they articulate appropriate roles and responsibilities of the school counselor.
Objective 15 School counseling program candidates will describe the history, philosophy, and current trends in school counseling at the proficient level (MISC-2010.1.1.1).
Objective 16 School counseling program candidates will articulate the role, function, and professional identity of the school counselor at the proficient level (MISC-2010.1.1.2).
Objective 17 School counseling program candidates will articulate knowledge of the school setting and the Michigan comprehensive guidance and counseling program at the proficient level (MISC-2010.1.1.3).
Objective 18 School counseling program candidates will advocate for all students and for effective school counseling programs at the proficient level (MISC-2010.1.1.5).