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13 black & white illustrations, 32 black & white tables
Table Of Contents
Part I: Understanding the Challenge. Counseling for College and Career Readiness: Bringing Pride and Direction Back to the Adolescent Dream of Success. School-College Collaborations: Why They Are Important to College and Career Readiness and to the Challenge. Addressing the Challenge: Overview of the Counseling Curriculum for Grades 9-12. Part II: Making the College and Career Advising Process Optimal: The Curriculum. The Move to High School: Making Transitioning to 9th Grade Successful. Using Technology in the College and Career Advising Process. Motivation and Testing: Learning about Standardized Testing and Using it to Get Motivated About the College Process (10th Grade). Advising Students in College Research (11th Grade). Empowering Students in their Essay Writing (11th-12th Grades). Assisting Students in Making the Final List of Colleges (12th Grade). Exploring Options in Higher Education Other than Four-Year College/University (12th Grade). Helping Seniors Make the Transition to College (12th Grade). Part III: The Counselor as Creator and Manager. Running a College Guidance Office. Writing the Secondary School Report. Working with Parents. Financial Aid and Merit-based Scholarships. Counseling Students with Learning Disabilities. Students with Special Talents. Gaining Admittance to the Military Academies.