With case studies, examples, templates, charts, graphs, and images, you’ll create and implement high-quality Tier 1 systems of support, including core curriculum classroom lessons and schoolwide activities.
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About the Author
Trish Hatch, Ph.D. is a Professor at San Diego State University (SDSU), where she was Director of the School Counseling Program from 2004 until 2015. She is the best-selling author of The Use of Data in School Counseling: Hatching Results for Students, Programs, and the Profession (2014) and co-author of Evidence-Based Practice in School Counseling: Making a Difference with Data-Driven Practices (Dimmit, Carey & Hatch, 2007) and the ASCA National Model: A Framework for School Counseling Programs (ASCA, 2003; 2005).
Dr. Hatch is the Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Excellence in School Counseling and Leadership (CESCa L) in the College of Education at SDSU and is President and CEO of Hatching Results, LLC, where she has gathered a diverse team of expert school counselors, school counselor educators, and leaders to provide training and consultation across the nation on evidence-based practice and the use of data to increase outcomes for students.
She is a legislative advocate and national leader. She has served on multiple state and national school counseling research summit steering committees, including as a national expert consultant on school counseling for the Obama Administration at The White House and US Department of Education. Dr. Hatch is one of five original panel members for the National Panel for Evidenced-Based School Counseling Practices and serves on the Advisory Council for the National Evidence-Based School Counseling Conference.
A former school counselor, high school administrator, and central office administrator overseeing 72 school counselors in 32 high needs schools, Dr. Hatch has received multiple state and national school counseling awards and was inducted into the H.B. Mc Daniel Hall of Fame at Stanford University for lifetime achievement in school counseling. Most recently, she received the Excellence in Education Award for “improving the field of education and service to students” by the National Association of College Admission Counseling (NACAC) and the inaugural California Association of School Counselors’ School Counselor Educator of the Year (2016) award.
Danielle Duarte, MS, is passionate about supporting students’ academic success, college and career readiness, and social/emotional development while using data to show the positive impact of school counselors. She is currently a doctoral student in the Education Leadership Program at Harvard University and co-author of the book, Hatching Results for Elementary School Counseling: Implementing Core Curriculum and Other Tier One Activities. Formerly a school counselor, counseling grant project director, adjunct faculty member at San Diego State University, and Director of Professional Development for Hatching Results Danielle continues to train counselors and administrators in developing comprehensive, data-driven school counseling programs. Danielle was featured in San Diego Magazine’s 17 Big Ideas for 2017: Let’s Implement More School Counseling Programs and earned Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) status in her previous district. Additionally, Danielle served on the Board of Directors for the California Association of School Counselors for seven years including as President (2015-2016) and was also involved in Michelle Obama’s Reach Higher Initiative, attending all national convenings representing California’s Reach Higher Team. Danielle is an AVID Staff Developer, frequent presenter at state and national conferences, and author of multiple articles featured in school counseling publications, including ASCA’s Professional School Counseling Journal.
Lisa De Gregorio, M.S. is currently the Director of Operations and an Expert Trainer/Consultant for Hatching Results, LLC. A former K-8 school counselor, Lisa’s social-emotional learning (SEL) and career readiness initiatives earned her the Oppenheimer Recognition Award, which resulted in a large Illinois SEL/Mental Health grant award and her school’s selection as one of only six to become a ‘model elementary school’ in Chicago (approximately 450 elementary schools). During more than six years at the district office as a Lead K-8 Counselor for hundreds of school counselors, she received the inaugural Golden Child award from the Office of College and Career Success, developed K-12 professional learning and resources, managed staff and special projects, and conducted school visits throughout the city. An Education Pioneer Visiting Fellow, Lisa was recognized for her systemic change efforts at the District Office and Chicago Teachers' Union and as a Board Member of the Illinois School Counselor Association (ISCA) with the School Counselor Advocate of the Year award in 2015.
Table of Contents
ForewordAcknowledgmentsAbout the AuthorsIntroduction1. Multi-Tiered, Multi-Domain System of Supports: A Framework for Tier 1 Introduction An Introduction to MTSS in Education Connecting MTSS to School Counseling: MTMDSS Multi-Tiered, Multi-Domain System of Supports (MTMDSS) MTMDSS Alignment to Text Aligning MTMDSS With the ASCA National Model Aligning MTMDSS With the ASCA Position Statements Aligning MTMDSS With the ASCA Ethical Standards Multi-Tiered, Multi-Domain System of Supports (MTMDSS) Assessment2. Franchising Core Curriculum Trish’s Story What Is Franchising? What Can Students, Parents, and Teachers Expect (Count On) From School Counseling Programs? The 80/20 Approach Schoolwide Core Curriculum Action Plans Guidelines for Creating Schoolwide Core Curriculum Action Plans Instructions for Completing an Action Plan Ways to Deliver Core Curriculum Core Curriculum: Ensuring Value Added Best Practices for Successful Parent Education Programs3. Determining Core Curriculum Lisa’s Story Introducing the Art and Science of School Counseling Evidence-Based Practice and Core Curriculum Resources Factors to Consider in Selecting and Developing Core Curriculum Selecting an Evidence-Based Curriculum4. Lesson Plans Danielle’s Story Lesson Plan Development Components Cultural Responsiveness and Considerations When Lesson Planning5. Student Engagement Engaging Student Learners Cognitive Engagement Through Overt and Covert Engagement Strategies Student Engagement Strategies6. Classroom Management Managing Classrooms Proactive Classroom Management How to Handle Students Who Are Off Task or Misbehaving7. Schoolwide Programs and Activities What Are Schoolwide Activities? Districtwide/Schoolwide Programs and Activities Academic Domain Programs and Activities College/Career Domain Programs and Activities Social/Emotional Domain Programs and Activities National Awareness Campaigns Activity: Selecting and Aligning Your Schoolwide Programs and Activities8. Pre- and Post-Tests and Assessments Revisiting the Art, Science, and Wonder of School Counseling Conceptual Diagram for Elementary School Counseling Curriculum Creating Pre- and Post-Assessments9. Sharing School Counseling Program Results ASCA Results Reports Flashlight Results Presentations Flashlight Presentation “One-Pager” Other “One-Pagers” Using National School Counseling Week and Other Opportunities to Share School Counseling Program Results Additional Ideas for Sharing Results10. Management Systems and Putting It All Together Trish’s Story Scheduling Core Curriculum Calendars Monthly Planning Guides Systematic Referral Process Marketing the School Counseling Program and Tier 1 Services Collaboration With Staff Collaboration With Administrators Recommendations for New School Counselors Related to Delivery of Tier 1 Services ClosingReferencesIndex