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SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITYDEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND COUNSELINGCOURSE SYLLABUSTitle of Course: Internship – Secondary (3 cr) Course No. CP 683Revised Fall 2009Semester:Instructor: Office: Phone: E-mail: Office Hours:Class Room: Class Dates: Class Times: Website:Note: The Instructor will add the above information each semester.I. Catalog Description and Credit Hours of Course:Field based counseling internships designed to give the student practical learning in chosenschool counseling environment. (3)II. Prerequisite(s): Graduate Standing and Permission of the Instructor. III. Course Integrated in to the Program Requirements M.A. Career CounselingM.A. School CounselingM.A. Mental Health CounselingEd.S. Counseling EducationPsychological Examiner CertificateRequired Required Prereq.VI. Course as Relates to External RequirementsCACREP Requirements DESE Requirements (2005) LPC Requirements NBCC Requirements1(2009)Internship (600 Hours) V. Course as Relates to External StandardsCACREP Standards (2009)F. The program requires completion of a supervised internship in the student’s designated program area of 600 clock hours that is begun after successful completion of practicum. The internship is intended to reflect the comprehensive work experience of a professional counselor appropriate to the designated program area. The internship includes all of the following:1. 240 hours of direct service;2. Weekly interaction with an average of one (1) hour per week of individual and/or triadic supervision, throughout the internship, usually performed by the on-site supervisor;3. An average of one and one half (1 1/2) hours per week of group supervision provided on a regular schedule throughout the internship and performed by a program faculty member;4. The opportunity for the student to become familiar with a variety of professional activities and resources in addition to direct service (e.g., record keeping, assessment instruments, supervision, information and referral, in-service and staff meetings);5. The opportunity for the student to develop program-appropriate audio/video recording for use in supervision and/or to receive live supervision of the student’s interactions with clients;6. Evaluation of the student’s counseling performance throughout the internship including documentation of a formal evaluation after the student completes the internship by a program faculty member in consultation with the site supervisor.SC. Foundations – B. Skills/Practices1. Demonstrates the ability to apply and adhere to ethical and legal standards in school counseling.2. Demonstrates the ability to articulate, model and advocate for an appropriate school counselor identity and program.SC. Counseling, Prevention And Interventions – D. Skills/Practices1. Demonstrates self-awareness, sensitivity to others, and the skills needed to relate to diverse individuals, groups, and classrooms.2. Provides individual and group counseling and classroom guidance to promote the academic, career,and personal/social development of students.3. Designs and implements prevention and intervention plans related to the effects of (a) atypical growth and development, (b) health and wellness, (c) language, (d) ability level, (e) multicultural issues, and (f) factors of resiliency on student learning and development.4. Demonstrates the ability to use procedures for assessing and managing suicide risk.5. Demonstrates the ability to recognize his or her limitations as a school counselor and to seek supervision or refer clients when appropriate.SC. Diversity And Advocacy – F. Skills/Practices21. Demonstrates multicultural competencies in response to issues surrounding diversity, equity, and excellence in terms of student learning and development.2. Advocates for the learning and academic experiences that are necessary to promote the academic, career and personal/social development of all K-12 students.3. Advocates for school policies, programs and services that enhance a positive school climate and are equitable and responsive to multicultural student populations.4. Engages parents, guardians, and families as necessary to promote the academic, career and personal/social development of all K-12 students.SC. Assessment – H. Skills/Practices1. Assesses and interprets students' strengths and needs, recognizing uniqueness in cultures, languages, values, backgrounds and abilities.2. Selects appropriate assessment strategies that can be used to evaluate the academic, career and personal/social development of all K-12 students. 3. Analyzes assessment information in a manner that produces valid inferences when evaluating the needs of individual students and assessing the effectiveness of educational programs.4. Makes appropriate referrals to school and/or community resources.5. Assesses barriers that impede students’ academic, career and personal/social development.SC. Academic Development – L. Skills/Practices1. Conducts programs that are designed to enhance all students’ academic development.2. Implements strategies and activities for preparing all students for a full range of postsecondary options and opportunities.3. Implements differentiated instructional strategies that draw upon subject matter and pedagogical content knowledge and skills to promote student achievement.SC. Collaboration and Consultation – N. Skills/ Practices1. Works with parents, guardians, and families to act on behalf of their children to address problems that affect students' success in school. 2. Locates resources in the community that can be used in the school to improve student achievement and success.3. Consults with teachers, staff and community based organizations to promote student academic, career and personal/social development. 4. Uses peer helping strategies in the school counseling program.5. Uses referral procedures with helping agents in the community (e.g. mental health centers, business,service groups) to secure assistance for students and their families.DESE Standards (2006) VI. Purposes or Objectives of the Course:A. The student will complete a minimum workload of 20 clock hours per week on sitetotaling 200 clock hours per 3 credit hour course (600 hours total in two semestersfor a 9 credit internship experience). B. The student will provide a total of 80 hours per 3 credit section (during a total of 600 hours of internship; 240 hours of direct services


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