The Use of Data in School Counseling
Hatching Results (and So Much More) for Students, Programs, and the Profession
- Trish Hatch - CEO and President, Hatching Results; San Diego State University, USA
- Julie Hartline - Associate Director of Professional Development, Hatching Results, LLC
Foreword by Cheryl Holcomb-McCoy
Introduction to School Counseling
Turn random acts of school counseling into definitive and data-driven efforts!
In this new edition of a bestseller, school counseling scholar and advocate Trish Hatch and National School Counselor of the Year Julie Hartline provide school counselors with new ways for moving from reactive to proactive and from random to intentional counseling. By using data to determine what all students deserve to receive and when some students need more, readers will learn effective ways to provide proactive school counseling services, hold themselves accountable, and advocate for systemic change. Inside you’ll find:
- Clear and straightforward directions for analyzing data, planning and providing interventions, and evaluating your work
- Strategies for using data to drive interventions, develop curriculum scope and sequence, create action plans and pre- and post-tests, initiate systems changes, and report results
- Methods aligned with the most recent edition of the ASCA National Model (2019), ASCA Professional Standards and Competencies, Evidence-Based Practice, Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), and Multi-Tiered Multi-Domain Systems of Support (MTMDSS)
- New practitioner examples and artifacts, including a RAMP School of Distinction Flashlight Package, plus dozens of tools, templates, surveys, action plans, and data management forms
Equip yourself to think and plan differently, and become more efficient and effective by using data to drive your school counseling program!
"Data-driven decision-making is one of the major ways we can ensure that our students do not fall through the cracks and provide more equitable interventions for our students. The second edition of The Use of Data in School Counseling goes beyond just talking about best practices by offering concrete examples, forms, and resources for school counselors to implement. I appreciate the work of Trish Hatch and Julie Hartline."