ISCA/ICAN Webinar Series
The Iowa School Counselor Association (ISCA) and ICAN provide comprehensive training for Iowa school counselors on a variety of topics throughout the year. Registration is open to current ISCA members.
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Presented by Amanda DeWulf, Secondary School Counselor at Maquoketa Community Schools.
In today's webinar, 2019 High School Counselor of the Year Amanda DeWulf will share her experiences as the ISCA Secondary SCOY, including tips with the application process. She'll also highlight successes within her program and share ideas and approaches that have led to positive outcomes for her school and her students.
Presented by Sarah Majoros, Elementary School Counselor at Des Moines Public Schools
Completing the RAMP application can be time consuming and overwhelming! During this webinar, we will discuss some steps you can take to find time to not only implement a comprehensive school counseling program but also complete the RAMP application without getting lost in the paperwork!
Presented by Sheryl Cline, ISCA President and Secondary School Counselor at Linn-Mar High School
ISCA President and recent RAMP applicant, Sheryl Cline, will share ways to collect and report data using the 3rd and 4th editions of the ASCA Model. Participants will learn how to use templates in the 3rd edition and how they have changed in the 4th edition. Participants will learn how to use Excel and Google Drive for presenting and sharing data with stakeholders. Data examples will include data planning; core curriculum, small group, and closing the gap process (participant), perception (Mindsets and Behaviors), and outcomes data; and use of time analysis/calendar.
Presented by Katy Blatnick-Gagne, Career and Technical Education Program Consultant at Bureau of Career and Technical Education - Iowa Department of Education
Career and Technical Education (CTE) provides career training through Iowa’s public high schools, academies and community colleges. Every CTE program or class is aligned with actual careers. When a student enrolls in a CTE program they will learn by doing, and gain real-world skills that are needed by future employers need.
Find out which CTE programs and student organizations are available in Iowa, and how you can engage your students in hands-on learning possibilities.