IBED - Senior High School (SHS)
I. GUIDANCE CURRICULUM
Provides guidance and counseling content in a systematic way to all students
Purpose: Student awareness, skill development, and application of skills needed in everyday life
A. Guidance Class (for Grades 11 & 12)
The Guidance Class is designed to provide activities where students can learn and acquire personal and social development skills, academic management and achievement, career planning development, and awareness and improvement in the community.
The activities in Guidance Class include lectures, group dynamics, film showing, role playing, and other similar process-oriented activities.
Note: For Academic Year 2020-2021, special lessons were prepared for Guidance class that would help students cope better with the challenges brought about by the pandemic.
II. INDIVIDUAL STUDENT PLANNING
Assists students in planning, monitoring, and managing their academic, career, and personal/social and development
Purpose: Development and use of Personal Plans of Study
A. Individual Inventory
The counselor gathers, keeps, and updates information, which can be used as a basis on which students are helped. Each student is provided with a cumulative folder where all relevant information is kept. The data are used as a reference in providing assistance to students with manifest needs. Information is gathered through the following:
1. Student Personal Information Sheet (SPIS)
2. Routine Interview Forms
3. Exit Interview Forms
4. Referral Forms
Information Service provides an orientation of the Guidance Program and the scope of its services to parents, teachers, and students. This also allows for proper dissemination of pertinent information, which is of guidance concern.
1. Orientation Programs
2. Guidance Month
3. Career Week
4.Psychological Test Profiles
5. SHS CCDS Information
6. Professional Learning Session for Faculty
The students are given Psychological tests that would help counselors gain insights into the specific and immediate problems and needs of the students.
1.Psychological Test Profiles
2. National Assessments
D. Placement and Follow-up
This is the process of assisting in the smooth and proper movement of students to the receiving level. It facilitates adjustment of new students to the psychosocial and academic demands of the level they are admitted to; and assists students as they move to the next level.
1. Transition Programs
The counselors assist students in making a smooth transition from Senior High School to college.
1.1 Senior High School Admission and Recruitment Program (SHARP)
1.2 College Orientation Program to Seniors (COPS)
III. RESPONSIVE SERVICE
Addresses the immediate needs and concerns of students
Purpose: Prevention, intervention
The counselor assists the student work through a holistic way of dealing with difficult emotional, behavioral, social, cultural, or economic issues.
B. Routine Interview
The counselor calls students on a one-on-one basis for Routine Interview. This enables the counselor to gather important information about each student. Records are kept for future use. Routine Interview may also serve as a springboard for counseling.
Counselors assist students who are referred by faculty, administrators, and parents. Referral is the assistance rendered to students in obtaining services from other people or specialists that might help them more effectively. Close monitoring and collaboration between the counselor, client, and stakeholders are needed to secure the efficiency of the service.
D. Consultation and Collaboration
The counselor responds to inquiries, clarifications, and concerns expressed by the academic department and parents on matters related to students. A collaborative endeavor is established to assist students. Articulation of concerns and ideas are discussed and considered, thereby maximizing assistance for each student.
1. Parent Conference
2. Teacher Conference
3. Conference with Administrators
4. Case Conference
IV. SYSTEM SUPPORT
Includes program, staff, and school support activities and services
Purpose: Program delivery and support
A. Professional Development
Ongoing professional development activities for counselors are important in equipping them with the necessary skills and knowledge in developing an effective counseling program. Counselors hold membership in accredited guidance and counseling organizations as well as attend seminars and workshops regularly.
1. Professional Learning Session for Counselors
This session provides the counselors with the current trends and issues in the counseling profession.
B. Research and Evaluation
Guidance services and activities are evaluated through the Activity Evaluation Form. The counselor prepares an evaluation report based on the findings.
Studies and action researches are conducted to identify effective approaches and interventions. The data serve as a basis for program development.
The counselor also facilitates the administration and compilation of comments on Faculty Evaluation.
C. Community Outreach
Counselors participate in different outreach activities related to the field, such as giving counseling sessions to the victims of calamities, stress debriefing, and psychological first aid.
V. OTHERS / ANCILLARY SERVICE
A Committee Participation
3. Community Outreach
4. Guidance Manual
B. Home Visit
Home visitations are conducted to follow-up on students who are habitually absent that may be experiencing major personal concerns.
C. Linkages with Parents and Alumni
Counselors coordinate with parents and alumni in planning relevant seminars and other guidance related activities.
VI. SPECIAL PROGRAMS
1. The Value of Time
The program is conducted for Grades 11 and 12 students who are habitually tardy. The sessions aim to improve coming to school on time.
2. A Program in Improving Class Attendance
Sessions are conducted to help habitual absentees improve attendance in class.
The Kapwa Gabay is an outreach program of the Counseling and Career Development Services Office. The goal of the outreach program is to deliver guidance and counseling services and activities to the adopted community of CCDS. Activities for the adopted community include interviews, counseling, psychological testing, group facilitation, and program development. Moreover, it is also focused on guiding other stakeholders in the Bedan community by gaining access to various services.