HATCHING RESULTS, LLC
INDIANA STATEWIDE SCHOOL COUNSELING ACADEMY SERIES

University of Indianapolis Schwitzer Student Center, Halls A, B, & C
1400 Campus Drive
Indianapolis, Indiana 46227

Brought to you in partnership with the Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning at UIndy

February 15 & 16, 2018
May 21 & 22, 2018
June 28 & 29, 2018

Objectives

Participants will engage in a comprehensive series of six full days of training covering the ASCA National Model, the use of data in school counseling, and evidence-based practices to close the achievement gap and increase students’ college and career readiness.

Attendees will collaborate to co-create the foundational components of an ASCA-aligned School Counseling Program Handbook that defines the school counseling program within local school corporations. Registration in working teams that includes school counselors and a school administrator is encouraged.

The following will be covered:

INCREASE KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:
• ASCA National Model • Setting Counseling Program SMART Goals
• School Counselor Roles & Responsibilities • Aligning Policies, Practices, & Procedures
• Counseling Strategies • Using Data to Design and Implement
• Evidence-Based Interventions • Collect & Share Program Results
• Core Curriculum Lessons • College & Career Readiness Initiatives
• Systemic Change • Program Management & Essential Tools

MEET THE PRESENTERS

COMING SOON!
Led by Trish Hatch, PhD, Hatching Results® has provided training, grant writing, evaluation, and consultation nationally for over 20 years. Our diverse team is experienced in all levels as K-12 school counselors, administrators, district leaders, superintendents, state department consultants, counselor educators, state school counseling association leaders, and members of the former First Lady’s Reach Higher Initiative state teams.

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What's Included

Hotel & Travel

Parking at University of Indianapolis

Parking information to follow closer to the event. The Academy will be held in the Schwitzer Student Center, labelled with a star on the map here. For an interactive map of the UIndy campus, click here. Contact UIndy at (317) 791-5923 or (317) 791-5924 if you have any questions or need assistance.

Hotel Reservations

The University of Indianapolis (UIndy) has rooms available at the discounted rate* of $94 per night plus applicable taxes, if you mention UIndy at:

Holiday Inn Express Indianapolis South
5151 S. East Street
Indianapolis, IN 46227
Telephone: (317) 783-5151

Visit Indianapolis

Interested in exploring Indianapolis during your stay? Check out the Visit Indy site for a planning guide, attractions, and a calendar of events.

CONFERENCE FLYERS & FAQS

Click the images below to view downloadable PDF flyers and event details.

Training Schedule

DAY 1: THE PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL COUNSELOR ROLE: 

  • Current trends in education and school counseling
    • ASCA National Model: A framework for school counseling programs
    • ASCA Program Assessment 
    • ASCA Professional Standards 
    • ASCA Ethical Standards for School Counselors 
    • Counseling/non-counseling duties and fair-share responsibilities 
    • Evidenced-based practices 
    • Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) 
    • Reach Higher and college and career readiness 
  • Hatching Results Conceptual Diagram (Logic Model) 
  • Multi-Tiered, Multi-Domain System of Supports (MTMDSS)
    • Review Tier 1, 2, 3 
    • Assess areas of strength and growth
       

DAY 2: TIER 1 CORE/UNIVERSAL PROGRAM – WHAT ALL STUDENTS RECEIVE:

  • Core curriculum 
    • Scope and sequence (e.g. “franchising” 80%) core curriculum (Tier 1)
    • Design curriculum in K-12 in academic, college/career, and social/emotional domains 
    • Create/review/revise school wide core curriculum action plans K-12
    • Align lessons to ASCA Mindset and Behavior Standards for Student Success 
    • Apply best practices in teaching/learning (student engagement/classroom management) 
    • Model lesson and assessment presentation 
    • Review assessment tools (pre/post-tests, ticket out the door, etc.) 
    • Pre-thinking Flashlight results report 
  • Individual student planning (grades 6-12)
  • School wide events (academic, college/career, and social/emotional)
  • Review Tier 1 of School Counseling Program Handbook
     

DAY 3: USE OF DATA & CREATING SMART GOALS: 

  • A data day is like a mental health day 
  • Use of data to design and implement programs 
  • Review Hatching Results Conceptual Diagram (Logic Model)  
  • Review/analyze behavior data: attendance, discipline and other Tier 2 data 
  • Review/analyze social/emotional data: climate or other social/emotional surveys
  • Review/analyze academic & college career readiness data:  college prep course completion rates, graduation rates, FAFSA, college going, etc. 
  • Create SMART goals that align with corporation/site strategic plans 
  • Update School Counseling Program Handbook
     

DAY 4: TIER 2 & 3 INTERVENTIONS:

  • Discuss/process successes and challenges in curriculum delivery  
  • Use of data to determine needs activity (Tier 2)
  • Multi-Tiered, Multi-Domain System of Supports (MTMDSS) intervention selection activity 
    • Create intervention action plans 
    • Develop “intentional” guidance intervention activities 
  • Survey student needs and align/design small group interventions
  • Create assessment tools for interventions 
  • Managing crisis response and other Tier 3 activities  
  • Data-Based Decision-Making Teams 
    • Social Justice and Systems change 
    • How do we talk about data (courageously)? 
    • What obstacles and challenges exist? 
    • Problem solving and advocating for systems change 
    • Finding your voice as a leader
    • Participating on leadership and other site/district teams 
    • Aligning closing the gap data and interventions to LCAP and state/local accountability measures 
    • Using data to locate opportunity, access, attainment, and achievement gaps 
    • Review/revise polices, practices, and procedures
    • Develop Tier 2/3 School Counseling Program Handbook agreements
       

DAY 5: MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS:

  • Review management systems
  • Finding and making time: prioritizing the work
  • Create school counseling program calendar
  • Monitoring/managing use of time for Tier 1, 2, 3
  • Fostering school counselor/principal relationships and collaboration
  • Setting common goals and practices with staff, parents, students and community 
  • Reviewing roles and responsibilities 
  • Classified and para-professional collaboration 
  • Collaborating with school community
  • Marketing program to school and community (brochures, websites, etc.) 
  • Add management systems content to School Counseling Program Handbook
     

DAY 6: REPORTING RESULTS & PLANNING FOR YEAR 2:

  • Share successes! What challenges and obstacles exist?
  • Problem solving site or systems issues 
  • Prepare a Flashlight results report presentation for curriculum and interventions 
  • Flashlight rubric scoring and revisions 
  • Review and revise Flashlight presentations 
  • Develop site presentations 
  • Planning for year 2 and continuous improvement 
  • Review progress on School Counseling Program Handbook development

NOTE: The schedule is subject to minor changes.

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