Fall Summit 2015
Solution Focused Applications in Schools or WSCPAR Training and Work Session
Thursday, October 22, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (includes lunch)
CESA 11 Conference Center
225 Ostermann Drive | Turtle Lake, WI 54889
Co-Sponsored by CESA 11 Healthy Safe & Respectful Schools and ASVAB Career Exploration Program
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Creative Solution-Focused and Strength-Based Applications in School Settings
This workshop will provide professional school counselors and school counseling graduate students an overview of the Solution-Focused approach and its practical applications in K-12 schools. Participants will learn how to use 35 creative Solution-Focused and strengths-based activities designed for children and adolescents in school settings. In addition, participants will learn how to utilize the Solution-Focused approach in a variety of school settings such as classrooms, counseling sessions, small group settings, parent meetings, teacher consultation, and RtI meetings. A demonstration of how to conduct solution-focused meetings will be provided. Participants will also examine solution-focused assessment tools to collect data from students, teachers, and parents/guardians.
Carol E. Buchholz Holland, Ph.D., NCC
Dr. Carol E. Buchholz Holland is an associate professor and the school counseling coordinator in the Counselor Education graduate program at North Dakota State University in Fargo, North Dakota. In 2010, Carol received the “Outstanding Supervisor” award by the North Central Association of Counselor Education and Supervision (NCACES). She served as the 2014-15 President of the North Dakota Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, and the 2013-14 President of the North Dakota School Counselor Association. Carol is a National Certified Counselor (NCC). Prior to becoming a counselor educator, Carol worked as a licensed professional school counselor in Minnesota and South Dakota. Carol has presented internationally and throughout the United States on topics that pertain to the solution-focused approach. Her research interests include solution-focused applications in school settings, and creative solution-focused and strength-based counseling activities for children.
WSCPAR Training and Work Session
Learn how completing a Wisconsin School Counseling Program Accountability Report (WSCPAR) can help with writing SLOs, promoting your program, and utilizing data to show how your program is impacting students. Walk step by step through the data process and learn what makes an impactful graph, how to write SMART Goals (which can lead to SLOs), and more. Learn tips and suggestions about how to approach the process and how to submit your WSCPAR application. Bring your own building level data and start creating a WSCPAR!
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One Graduate Credit will be offered through Viterbo University for $110.00 – Course payment & registration are separate from the workshop registration. Click here to print the registration form. [registration is closed]
Thank you to our co-sponsors ASVAB Career Exploration Program and CESA 11 Healthy Safe and Respectful Schools!
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