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Culturally proficient collaboration : use and misuse of school counselors

Author: Diana L Stephens; Randall B Lindsey
Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Corwin Press, ©2011.
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"This book provides a conceptual framework and practical protocols for recognizing school counselors as change agents for school improvement and equity advocates for all students"--Provided by publisher.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Stephens, Diana L.
Culturally proficient collaboration
(DLC) 2011009924
(OCoLC)697261583
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Diana L Stephens; Randall B Lindsey
ISBN: 9781452269153 1452269157
OCLC Number: 900540547
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 180 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Foreword by Trish Hatch --
Acknowledgements --
About the Authors --
Introduction --
Part 1. The Changing Role of School Counselor : Schoolwide Leadership. 1. The evolving role of school counselor. Getting Centered --
The Intent of This Chapter --
Why on Earth do I Need to Know the History of School Counseling? --
Who Defines the Role of School Counselor? --
Counselor as Mental Health Provider --
Paradigm Shift : From Reactive Services to Comprehensive Programs --
Standards-Based School Counseling services and student services --
Going Deeper --
2. 21st Century Counselors Focus on Student Achievement. Getting Centered --
The Intent of This Chapter --
Times are Changing -the New Role of School Counselor --
Counselors Using Data as Catalyst for Transformational Change --
Reframing Our Thinking About Data --
An Illustration of the Benefits of Counselors Collecting and Analyzing Data --
School Counselors as Powerful Leadership Agents of Change --
From Gatekeeper to Transformer Cultural Proficiency Provides a Context --
Going Deeper --
3. The Tools of Cultural Proficiency Provide a Framework for Collaboration. Getting Centered --
Suggested Guidelines as You Consider Cultural Proficiency Concept of Intentionality --
Cultural Proficiency's Inside-Out Process Cultural Proficiency: A Paradigm Shift --
Cultural Proficiency as a Lens --
The Cultural Proficiency Tools --
Cultural Proficiency and Counselors --
Going Deeper --
4 . Counselor Collaboration Rubric : misuse to use --
Getting Centered --
Unpacking the Rubric --
Going Deeper --
5. Assessing Cultural Knowledge Through Leadership --
Getting Centered --
Assessing Cultural Knowledge Through Leadership --
Using the Rubric: Assessing and Developing Cultural Knowledge through Leadership --
Safe School Climate at Maple View Elementary School --
Going Deeper --
6. Valuing Diversity Through Advocacy. Getting Centered --
Valuing Diversity Through Advocacy --
Using the Rubric: Valuing Diversity Through Advocacy --
Tragedy at Pine View Middle School --
Going Deeper --
7. Managing the Dynamics of Difference Through Teaming and Collaboration. Getting Centered --
Managing the Dynamics of Difference through Teaming and Collaboration --
Using the Rubric: Managing the Dynamics of Difference through Teaming and Collaboration --
Going Deeper --
8. Adapting to Diversity Through Counseling and Coordination. Getting Centered --
Adapting to Diversity through Counseling and Coordination --
Using the Rubric: Adapting to Diversity through Counseling and Coordination --
Pregnancy as an Access Issue at Pine Hills High School --
Going Deeper --
9. Institutionalizing Cultural Knowledge through Assessment and Use of Data --
Getting Centered --
Institutionalizing Cultural Knowledge through Assessment and Use of Data --
Using the Rubric: Institutionalizing Cultural Knowledge Through Assessment and Use of Data --
Pine View Middle School on Faith and Heterosexism --
Getting deeper --
Part III. Next Steps. 10. Sustaining Culturally Proficient Counseling: Developing a Personal Action Plan --
Sense of Urgency and intentionality --
The Inside-Out Process is for You, Your School, and Your Community --
From words to action : Seven Steps for Providing Equity using chapters 5-9 --
Resource A. Maple View School District Vignette Story Board --
Resource B. Pine View Middle School : Schoolwide Needs Assessment (Teacher Version) --
Resource C. Cultural Proficiency Books Matrix: How to Use our books --
Resource D. Online Resources for Educator. References. Index.
Responsibility: Diana L. Stephens, Randall B. Lindsey ; foreword by Trish Hatch.

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