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TRAINING PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL COUNSELING STUDENTS TO FACILITATE A CLASSROOM GUIDANCE LESSON AND STRENGTHEN CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT SKILLS USING A MIXED REALITY ENVIRONMENT

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2011
Abstract/Description:
According to the ASCA National Model, school counselors are expected to deliver classroom guidance lessons; yet, there has been little emphasis on graduate coursework targeting the development and implementation of guidance curriculum lessons in PSC training. A national study conducted by Perusse, Goodnough and Noel (2001) was conducted looking at how counselor educators were training "entry level school counseling students" in the skills needed for them to be successful as PSCs. They found that of the 189 school counseling programs surveyed only 3% offered a guidance curriculum course and 13.2% offered a foundations in education course. Inferring that many of programs surveyed did not have a course specific to classroom guidance and/or classroom management. A classroom guidance curriculum is a developmental, systematic method by which students receive structured lessons that address academic, career, and personal/social competencies (ASCA, 2005). Classroom guidance lessons provide a forum for school counselors to address such student needs as educational resources, postsecondary opportunities, school transitions, bullying, violence prevention, social-emotional development, and academic competence in a classroom environment (Akos & Levitt, 2002; Akos, Cockman & Strickland, 2007; Gerler & Anderson, 1986). Through classroom guidance, school counselors can interact with many of the students that they would normally not see on a day-to-day basis while providing information, building awareness and having discussions on topics that affect these student populations every day. The present study seeks to explore the use of an innovative method for training PSCs in classroom guidance and classroom management. This method involves the use of a mixed reality simulation that allows PSC students to learn and practice classroom guidance skills in a simulated environment.
Title: TRAINING PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL COUNSELING STUDENTS TO FACILITATE A CLASSROOM GUIDANCE LESSON AND STRENGTHEN CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT SKILLS USING A MIXED REALITY ENVIRONMENT.
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Name(s): Gonzalez, Tiphanie, Author
Robinson, Edward, Committee Chair
University of Central Florida, Degree Grantor
Type of Resource: text
Date Issued: 2011
Publisher: University of Central Florida
Language(s): English
Abstract/Description: According to the ASCA National Model, school counselors are expected to deliver classroom guidance lessons; yet, there has been little emphasis on graduate coursework targeting the development and implementation of guidance curriculum lessons in PSC training. A national study conducted by Perusse, Goodnough and Noel (2001) was conducted looking at how counselor educators were training "entry level school counseling students" in the skills needed for them to be successful as PSCs. They found that of the 189 school counseling programs surveyed only 3% offered a guidance curriculum course and 13.2% offered a foundations in education course. Inferring that many of programs surveyed did not have a course specific to classroom guidance and/or classroom management. A classroom guidance curriculum is a developmental, systematic method by which students receive structured lessons that address academic, career, and personal/social competencies (ASCA, 2005). Classroom guidance lessons provide a forum for school counselors to address such student needs as educational resources, postsecondary opportunities, school transitions, bullying, violence prevention, social-emotional development, and academic competence in a classroom environment (Akos & Levitt, 2002; Akos, Cockman & Strickland, 2007; Gerler & Anderson, 1986). Through classroom guidance, school counselors can interact with many of the students that they would normally not see on a day-to-day basis while providing information, building awareness and having discussions on topics that affect these student populations every day. The present study seeks to explore the use of an innovative method for training PSCs in classroom guidance and classroom management. This method involves the use of a mixed reality simulation that allows PSC students to learn and practice classroom guidance skills in a simulated environment.
Identifier: CFE0003624 (IID), ucf:48873 (fedora)
Note(s): 2011-05-01
Ph.D.
Education, Department of Educational and Human Sciences
Masters
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Subject(s): Guidance Curriculum
Classroom Guidance
Classroom Management
School Counseling
School Counseling Students
School Counselor Trainees
School Counselors in training
School Counseling
Counselor Education
School Counselor Education
Mixed Reality
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/ucf/fd/CFE0003624
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Host Institution: UCF

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