The ASCA National Model, 4th Edition & Getting Started on the Road to RAMP

  • Tuesday, September 27, 2022
  • 8:30 AM - 3:15 PM
  • SIUE- Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville - Morris University Center

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Mark Boggie has extensive experience in developing school counseling programs at the elementary-, secondary- and postsecondary levels. Mark’s experience includes serving as a past president of the Arizona School Counselors Association (AzSCA), the Western Region Vice President for the American School Counselor Association (ASCA); and the co-chair of the ASCA Position Statement Committee for over 10 years.  In addition, Mark has been a Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) reviewer for 6 years and lead reviewer for 5 years. Mark has led school and district training in the implementation of comprehensive school counseling programs and presented at local, state and national conferences. After 38 years in education Mark recently retired from full time work but will always be a school counselor. 

ASCA National Model

  • What has changed?
  • How does it impact the work of the school counselors?
  • Best practices for the 4th Edition

You have made the decision to implement the ASCA National Model, but where do you start? In this workshop, you’ll learn the ins and outs of the ASCA National Model and the framework of a comprehensive school counseling program: Define, Manage, Deliver and Assess. Discover how to align your school counseling program with the mission of the school and district and effectively demonstrate change in student outcomes.

RAMP

  • What do I need to know about the RAMP process?
  • How, as a school, do I assess our readiness level?
  • What steps do I take depending where my team is on a readiness continuum?

Are a number of schools in your district close to or interested in applying for the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP)? Bring daylong training to your location, and help your schools learn what they need to do to put it all together and apply for RAMP.

The RAMP application process should be the culmination of the implementation of a comprehensive school counseling program, which typically takes three-five years to implement. Once a school has a program in place, it will need at least one entire academic year to collect the data and information needed to fulfill the RAMP application requirements. Your trainer will guide you through the application requirements and process. You’ll gather tips and suggestions about how to approach the process and collect data and how to submit your school counseling program through the online submission portal.

Lunch will be provided.

Participants will earn 5.5 Professional Development Hours.




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