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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The purpose of this webinar is to provide school counselors with a series of practical applications in pursuance of raising their cultural IQ. The main objectives of the presentation are: (a) to develop a comprehensive understanding of diversity in the schools, (b) to promote the school counselor's self-cultural exploration and evaluate its impact on daily life activities, and (c) to generate a series of practical recommendations in order to be a more proficient multicultural school counselor.
Ever wonder what RAMP is or why it is important? As counselors, we do a lot of different things in our comprehensive school counseling programs to help our students be successful. During this webinar, we will discuss what RAMP is and why considering RAMP for your school is an important step in implementing your comprehensive school counseling program.
Presented by Aimee Hospodarsky, ISCA Immediate Past President and Elementary School Counselor at Monticello Community Schools and Sue Schirmer, Professional Learning & Leadership Consultant at Heartland AEA
Take your evaluations from "so-so" to "super" with the Iowa School Counselor Evaluation Supplement. School counselors are required to be evaluated on the Iowa Teaching Standards, but it can be a challenge to fit the role of the school counselor neatly into them. The School Counselor Evaluation Supplement can help your evaluation become a meaningful part of a professional growth process. In addition, it's a tool for advocacy and communication about your role. This year, the supplement has been updated to reflect the new School Counselor Competencies and updates to the ASCA model that have been recently released.
At the end of this session, attendees will:
Presented by Kinzee Bryte, Elementary School Counselor at ADM Community Schools.
In today's webinar, 2019 Elementary School Counselor of the Year Kinzee Bryte will share her experiences as the ISCA Elementary 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