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OUTCOME 14: Reflective Practice

UAB School of Education General Outcomes for all Counselor Education Programs

OUTCOME C14: The UAB School Counselor candidate monitors and refines his/her work through continuous in-depth reflection.

     C14.K  Knowledge and Understanding: The Counselor-in-training understands how their knowledge, skills, and life experiences are integrated’ and how they effect how one responds effectively to new or unexpected events and situations; additionally, understands how to monitor and refine one’s work with continuous, in-depth reflection.

Levels of Achievement  Criteria
[1]
Unacceptable
Does not demonstrate an understanding of how their knowledge, skills, and life experiences are integrated’ and how they effect how one responds effectively to new or unexpected events and situations; additionally, understands how to monitor and refine one’s work with continuous, in-depth reflection.
[2]
Emerging Initial Performance
Demonstrates some understanding of how their knowledge, skills, and life experiences are integrated’ and how they effect how one responds effectively to new or unexpected events and situations; additionally, understands how to monitor and refine one’s work with continuous, in-depth reflection. 
[3]
Proficient Initial Performance
Demonstrates adequate understanding of how their knowledge, skills, and life experiences are integrated’ and how they effect how one responds effectively to new or unexpected events and situations; additionally, understands how to monitor and refine one’s work with continuous, in-depth reflection.
[4]
Emerging Advanced Performance
Demonstrates exemplary understanding of how their knowledge, skills, and life experiences are integrated’ and how they effect how one responds effectively to new or unexpected events and situations; additionally, understands how to monitor and refine one’s work with continuous, in-depth reflection.

OUTCOME C14: The UAB School Counselor candidate monitors and refines his/her work through continuous in-depth reflection.

     C14.P  Performance and Skills: The Counselor-in-training is able to demonstrate an understanding of how their knowledge, skills, and life experiences are integrated’ and how they effect how one responds effectively to new or unexpected events and situations; additionally, is able to demonstrate  how to monitor and refine one’s work with continuous, in-depth reflection.

Levels of Achievement

 Criteria

[1]
Unacceptable

Unable to demonstrate an understanding of how their knowledge, skills, and life experiences are integrated’ and how they effect how one responds effectively to new or unexpected events and situations; additionally, is able to demonstrate  how to monitor and refine one’s work with continuous, in-depth reflection.

[2]
Emerging Initial Performance

Demonstrates some of the time an understanding of how their knowledge, skills, and life experiences are integrated’ and how they effect how one responds effectively to new or unexpected events and situations; additionally, is able to demonstrate  how to monitor and refine one’s work with continuous, in-depth reflection.

[3]
Proficient Initial Performance

Demonstrates most of the time an understanding of how their knowledge, skills, and life experiences are integrated’ and how they effect how one responds effectively to new or unexpected events and situations; additionally, is able to demonstrate  how to monitor and refine one’s work with continuous, in-depth reflection.

[4]
Emerging Advanced Performance

Consistently demonstrates an understanding of how their knowledge, skills, and life experiences are integrated’ and how they effect how one responds effectively to new or unexpected events and situations; additionally, is able to demonstrate  how to monitor and refine one’s work with continuous, in-depth reflection.

About Counselor Education

The Master of Arts in Counseling degree has concentrations in the areas of Clinical Mental Health and School Counseling. These concentations are accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). Students acquire core knowledge and clinical skills which enable them to enter the profession of counseling. Both counseling concentrations are designed to meet the academic course work and field experience requirements for professional licensure established by the Alabama Board of Examiners in Counseling (ABEC).

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