ERIC Number: ED137700
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Reference Count: 0
A Case Study Approach to Counselor Accountability.
Pulvino, Charles J.
School counselors are expected to perform numerous functions, provide many services and additionally be accountable for what they undertake. As a result of all the energy expended in providing services, there is an inadequacy in the counselor's own evaluation of what they do. This leads to lower quality service, innappropriate use of resources, insufficient appraisal of needs, ignorance about their personal impact on students and programs, and demands from their publics "to be accountable." The purpose of this paper is to present, through case materials, one approach to evaluation entitled, "The Individual Case Study." Data was drawn from materials collected on an individual that attended the Research and Guidance Laboratory during high school Grades 9-12; from followup studies done since high school graduation; and through a personal interview conducted some years later. (Author/YRJ)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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Note: Paper presented at the Annual Workshop in Counseling and Guidance (6th, Madison, Wisconsin, 1976)