Domains of School Counselor

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Domains of School Counselor

By | July 2006
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Academic/Educational

The aim of the academic/educational domain is to learn about educational success. This domain offers activities and experiences that the student comes into contact with through facilitation of the school counselor. These activities and experiences are intended to expand aptitudes and show the way to learning. The academic/educational domain helps a student to develop to his or her highest potential. It is vital for the student to attain an outlook, comprehension and abilities that render valuable education in school and also throughout life. In order for this to take place the student must improve academic self-concept, acquire skills for improving learning and achieving school success. School counselors can speak to classes and match education levels to different careers. The school counselors at the school I teach at have students use a Workkeys program that correlates educational success to a specific career. There is a need for the student to finish school with the educational background necessary to make a sound decision with his or her future. This can be achieved through the student becoming a free and self-reliant learner. It is important for the student to exhibit the drive to progress with education and maximize his or her personal potential. School counselors can set up career fairs that will have professionals from a variety of fields. This could help students value their education and become familiar with the educational background needed to fulfill their desired careers. The academic/educational domain is planned for the student to understand the relationship of school to the workforce and to life at home and in the society. The student is to display the capability to balance academics, extracurricular activities, relaxation time and family life. Continuing educational practices will enhance future opportunities and will be essential for the student to assimilate into community life. School counselors can...
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