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How can we gather student progress data in an efficient and helpful way? We’ve talked about tracking how many students we see and how many hours we’ve served them, but an equally important piece of data is how students have progressed or not progressed after services. In today’s episode, I am sharing two ways that you can measure and track student progress data.

You know I love, love, love helping you use data to showcase your services and improve your program. A key piece of data to track is student progress. Tracking student progress doesn’t need to be complicated or time consuming! In this episode, I am sharing how to use self-assessments and behavior progress monitoring surveys to get a full picture of how students are progressing with school counseling services. 

Be sure to come to the  FREE training on how to use an end of the year report to improve your program and advocate for your role! We are covering the ins and outs of my favorite data tracking. Join us LIVE to receive a PD certificate and editable data tool to simplify your data tracking!

Some topics covered in this episode are:

  • Don’t miss the FREE training on using data to advocate for your role!

  • How to use self-assessments to track student progress

  • What types of questions to ask on a self-assessment

  • How to create a self-assessment so you don’t need to start from scratch

  • What a behavior progress monitoring survey is

  • Why getting parent and teacher input is a powerful piece of student progress data

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More About School Counseling Simplified:

School Counseling Simplified is a podcast offering easy to implement strategies for busy school counselors. The host, Rachel Davis from Bright Futures Counseling, shares tips and tricks she has learned from her years of experience as a school counselor both in the US and at an international school in Costa Rica.

You can listen to School Counseling Simplified on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and more!


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