Evidence-Based School Counseling.Evidence-Based School Counseling
Carey Dimmitt, John C. Carey, & Trish Hatch
Corwin Press, Inc.
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Evidence-Based School Counseling: Making a Difference With Data-Driven Practices is a guide especially for school counselors A school counselor is a counselor and educator who works in schools, and have historically been referred to as "guidance counselors" or "educational counselors," although "Professional School Counselor" is now the preferred term. , who now more than ever before are pressured to document their worth with data and the production of quantitative accountability reports. Chapters train the reader in a practical process for using evidence to determine the most crucial issues in school counseling: what needs to be done, which interventions should be implemented, and whether or not the interventions are effective. An utterly invaluable guide to measuring qualities and situations that would seem at first glance to deny quantification, highly recommended for aspiring as·pire
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