This activity is aligned with CACREP standards SC.M, M.5, and N.1.
According to Field and Baker (2004), school counselors need to be able to advocate on different levels. Sometimes, students need individual advocacy to help overcome a barrier. Other times, school counselors advocate for change on behalf of a student group, such as special education students or juniors at risk of failing. Occasionally, school counselors also need to advocate at the system level and promote change that improves the entire school environment.
For this discussion, read the Tómas Case Study and complete the Advocating for Change Worksheet. Post your worksheet as an attachment in the discussion area
250 to 300 words is all that I need
Due Wed 05/24/2017 at noon.
Attachment is an example but just change the wording and we are going to use the name Thomas.