Master’s/EDS School Counseling Portfolio ChecklistThe portfolio will depict the school counseling student’s development in three domains: (a) Knowledge and Skills; (b) Practice related toSchool Counseling Programs encompassing psychoeducational intervention, counseling and consultation, guidance program developmentand management, and leadership in school/systems change; and (c) Personal and Professional Development). Each domain is describedbelow with the required artifacts listed. The portfolio should be presented to the committee in an electronic format. The artifacts will be initiallyprepared and evaluated in various courses, reviewed again during group supervision, and then presented for final review during the exitinterview. Students should allocate 1.5 hours for the exit interview. Refer to the Counselor Education Handbook for additional guidelinesregarding preparation for the exit interview.There are three types of artifacts:1. Artifacts associated with specific courses, or Signature Assignments, are evaluated by the course instructor. The assignment andgraded rubric are evidence that this standard was met in the course. These documents need to be converted to an electronic formatfor inclusion in the e-portfolio. The graded copy of the assignment with instructor feedback is required for the portfolio.2. Reflection papers and goal statements are required for each of the three domains (listed above) to provide (a) evidence of growth and(b) a plan for continued development. A “reflection of personal growth and development and goals for continued learning” in eachdomain must include the following to have successfully “met” this area:a. Reflection of growth across course of studyb. Identified strengths (evidenced by examples from the portfolio)c. Areas for continued growthd. Specific and measurable goals for addressing areas for continued growthe. Specific and measurable goals for continued development3. Evidence regarding the additional artifacts within the professional and personal development domain.Below are listed each domain and required artifacts and/or signature assignments for that area.
Updated 2018Exit Interview and Portfolio RubricStudent name:Date:KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS DOMAINCriteriaKnowledge - Demonstrationof a foundational knowledgeand basic skills and practicesin effective basic and systemsoriented counseling process ina diverse culture.Artifacts and/or Signature AssignmentsUnsatisfactory1Final Tape CCS Skills Page (or relatedevaluation tool)MHS5005: Introduction to CounselingProgram Assessment PlanMHS6200: Assessment in CounselingIndividual Client AssessmentMHS6200: Assessment in CounselingCareer Development PortfolioMHS6340: Career DevelopmentTheoretical Orientation PaperMHS6401: Counseling TheoriesDiversity Case StudyMHS6428: Multicultural CounselingCase Conceptualization PaperMHS6480: Developmental CounselingGroup Leadership/FacilitationMHS6500: Group CounselingOutcome-Based Research ProposalMHS7740: Research in CounselingReflection of personal growth anddevelopment in this domain & goals forcontinued 4
Updated 2018PRACTICE essesstudent developmental needs,creates and delivers effectivestructured guidance/psychoeducational experiencesin small group or large group(i.e. classroom) & ement2Classroom Guidance Lesson PlanSDS 6620 Organization andAdministration of School CounselingFEAP 1-Internship Multi-Session GroupInterventionSDS 7830 Internship in SchoolCounselingCounseling andConsultation—Provideseffective counselingapproaches to diverse studentsand presenting problems andin consultation withstakeholders, and coordinatingcare/referral, decision-making(e.g., child study teams or IEPmeetings)FEAP 1-Prac Consultation Case StudyFEAP 2 Prac Case Study (Academics)SDS 7800 Practicum in SchoolCounselingFEAP 2 Intern Case Study (Data-driven)Counseling Case Presentation and tape(to be viewed in Exit)SDS7820: Internship in Counseling andDevelopmentFamily-Teacher Consultation Case PlanSDS 6436 Family School Involvement3Satisfactory3Outstanding4
Updated 2018PRACTICE DOMAIN ContinuedCriteriaProgram Development andManagement—Develops aprogram of services to meetstudent remedial anddevelopment concerns insocial, educational, and careerdevelopment; coordinatesdelivery of student services andevaluates impact of nal School Counseling ProgramPlanSDS 6620 Organization andAdministration of School CounselingProgramsLeadership/School SystemsChange—Assesses theorganizational climate of theschool, builds a network ofstakeholder support, developssystems change initiatives, andtrains/prepares teachers and otherschool staff.School Climate Audit & Climate BuildingProjectTeacher Training WorkshopSDS 6436 Family-School InterventionReflection - Reflection ofpersonal growth anddevelopment in this domain &goals for continued 4
Updated 2018PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT DOMAINCriteriaProfessional and PersonalDevelopment - Demonstratesskills in (a) self-care, (b)planning a program of personaland professional development,and (c) promoting school staffand student awareness ofethical and legal isfactory3Outstanding4Professional Disclosure StatementMHS6720: Professional Identity andEthicsWellness PlanMHS 6720: Professional Identity andEthics; SDS7800: Practicum inCounseling; SDS 7830: Internship inCounseling and DevelopmentEvidence of membership in at leastone professional organizationEvidence of attending at least oneprofessional developmentworkshop/conferenceEvidence of attending at least oneprofessional counselor organizationmeeting/eventReflection of personal growth anddevelopment in this domain & goals forcontinued learningReflection of personal growth anddevelopment in this domain & goals forcontinued learningCommittee Chair/Advisor:Signature:Additional Committee Members:5Date:
Master's/EDS School Counseling Portfolio Checklist The portfolio will depict the school counseling student's development in three domains: (a) Knowledge and Skills; (b) Practice related to School Counseling Programs encompassing psychoeducational intervention, counseling and consultation, guidance program development and management, and leadership in school/systems change; and (c) Personal .